Downtown Area

  • Brehon Pub
    731 N. Wells St. Just south of Chicago Ave
    (312)642-1071
    Owners: Jack & Ed Burke

Brehon's is a nice place to meet friends after a hard day down town working. Located just north of the 'Loop' They are in the midst of remodeling they kitchen and waite staff. And will be serving food with in a few week. They have a full menu. So stop in for lunch or dinner. And enjoy the evening with friends...

 

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  • Celtic Crossing
    751 N. Clark St. Just south of Chicago Ave
    (312)337-1005
    Owners: Kevin Hibbitts and John O'Riordan

Celtic Crossing boasts that "You won't find a TV in this pub. People come here for the conversation and the beer." Seisuin's are every Sunday starting at 5:00 p.m. And live music every Saturday night. And on Mondays they will be having "Pub Quiz". Celtic Crossing had recently received the "Perfect Pint Award". For pouring the best pint of Guinness in Chicago land.

 

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  • Emmits Irish Pub & Eatery
    495 N. Milwaukee Ave. (Halsted & Grand)
    (312)563-9631
    Owners:

 

Irish favorites like shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage join the expected burgers, sandwiches and salads on the menu of this singles hangout. An orchestra accompanies those who want free dance lessons and $3 martinis with their meal on Wednesdays. Live folk and acoustic bands every Saturday...

 

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  • Fadó
    100 W. Grand Ave., On the corner of Grand and Clark St.
    (312)836-0066
    Gen. Manager: Kieran Aherne
Fadó is a favorite spot for the tourists. Located in the downtown area. And easy to get to. Fadó has the charm of an old Atlantic coastal fishing pub. Fadó has an excellent food menu. Featuring such items as Shepherd's Pie and the traditional "Irish Breakfast". Live entertainment every Tuesday starting at 8:00 p.m. They also have live music every Sunday in the up stairs dining area. Starting at 5:00 p.m. Check out the Fadó Web Page at: http:/www.fadoirishpub.com/chicago/

 

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  • Kitty O'Sheas
    720 S. Michigan Ave. Located in the Conrad Hilton Towers Hotel.
    (312)922-4400
    Gen. Manager: Chad Nugent
Kitty's is located in one of Chicago's finest hotel in the downtown area, and features food and entertainment. They have live entertainment Monday through Saturday. Check with the hotel for scheduling.

 

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  • O'Leary's Public House
    541 N. Wells St. (Chicago)
    (312)661-1306
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O'Leary's Public House is a homey little place in the midst of River North, with hardwood paneling and an old mahogany bar. The Irish pub's menu spans the Atlantic and includes American classic bar fare as well as Irish choices. Favorites include burgers and chicken, Irish stew and colcannon—an Irish potato dish. In the summer, O'Leary's outdoor cafe provides prime people-watching.
 

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