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Nobody’s Darling Expands, Proves That Lesbian Bars Have Staying Power

Not Even Malort Is Safe From Pumpkin Spice

Guinness Opens Its Chicago Brewery 171 Days Before St. Patrick’s Day

Inside Lincoln Park’s Classy Speakeasy Inspired by ‘The Great Gatsby’

3 Floyds Proposes Brewpub Revival While Revolution Brewing Reveals Renovations

A Former Charlie Trotter’s Dishwasher Is Opening a Latin Tavern in West Town

Nobody’s Darling, Andersonville’s Modern LGBTQ Icon, Debuts an Expansion

Chicago, Once Again, Targets Late-Night Tavern Licenses

A Lincoln Park Coffee House Reveals a Hidden Speakeasy Near Dillinger’s Demise

The Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings in Chicago, Fall 2023

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Where to Drink Cocktails Right Now in Chicago

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Great Chicago Sports Bars to Watch Football and Other Games

Black-Owned Restaurants and Bars Are Still Recovering Three Years After COVID Arrived

Workers at a Chicago LGBTQ Nightlife Mainstay Walked Off Their Jobs

Goose Island Bourbon County Brings Back Bananas Foster and Backyard Stout for 2023

Nisos Returns With a More Casual, Beefier Experience For Phase One in West Loop

Self-Serve Beer Bar Tapster to Close in Wicker Park

A Dive Bar That Channels The Spirit of Baja Debuts in West Town

Randolph Row’s Latest Slings ‘70s Nostalgia and Burt Reynolds-Style ‘Happy Meals’

A Top-Flight Taco Operation Will Help Power a New Wicker Park Bar

Middle Brow Beer is Now Chicago’s First Natural Winery

Owen & Engine, the British Pub Known For Its Burger, to Close After 14 Years

Avondale’s Venerable Beer Temple Unveils New Food Offerings

Explore Streeterville’s New Proper British Pub

Drake Thinks He’s Too Good for Malört

While Castaways Remains Dormant, a New Lakefront Restaurant Emerges

Radio Room Closes Two Years After the River North Reboot

Porto’s Owners Debut a Vivacious New Drinking Den in West Loop

An Acclaimed Chef Is Bringing Mariscos and More Mexican Delights to the Former G&O Tavern

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Celebrate the 130th Birthday of the 1893 World’s Fair With These Lavish Cocktails

A South Asian Bar Serving Momos and Scotch Will Replace Wazwan in Wicker Park