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Guide: Where to Go Before, During, or After the Blackhawks Parade

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Tomorrow is a big day in Chicago. For the second time in four years, the Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions. And for the second time in four years, there will be a raucous parade to celebrate. If you're planning on attending at the United Center, Grant Park, or along Washington Street in between, you might need a place to stop in for a drink or a bite before, during, or after, especially because booze is not allowed. These places are either along the route, at the beginning or end, or offer specials to coincide.


Eater Chicago intern Daniella Caruso contributed to this story.

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RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

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RA Sushi might not be along the parade route, but if you're looking for good deals you can find some here. All guests who mention the Blackhawks will receive a complimentary appetizer or roll (up to $8) with purchase of $20 or more.

Park Tavern Chicago

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In celebration of the Blackhawk's victory, Park Tavern will be offering free shuttle rides for guests to and from Grant Park for the duration of the parade. They'll also be offering $15 buckets, $5 vodka lemonades and $12 Park pizza and beer.

In honor of the Stanley Cup's return to Chicago, Tesori will be serving Blackhawks-inspired specialty cocktails for $10 each.

Atwood Café

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At the corner of Washington & State, Atwood Cafe is in the heart of the loop and the perfect place to grab a seat on the patio, sit back and watch the chaos.

Tavern At The Park

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If the festivities have got you feeling swanky, grab a steak and a bottle of wine at Tavern at the Park's patio and rooftop dining space right across from Millenium Park.

Heaven On Seven

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Located on the 7th floor of the Garland Building, Heaven on Seven will be open Friday morning at 9 a.m. providing all the cajun comfort food and booze that hawks fans could ask for.

Tilted Kilt

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A sports pub right off Washington with darts, wings, pizza, 24+ beers on tap and waitresses in tiny plaid outfits. Sounds about right.

Park Grill Chicago

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Park Grill is right at the gate of Millenium Park and though it may be a spot for tourists, it's no doubt a prime place to be when the Blackhawks come rolling through.

Stocks and Blondes

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Step right of the Washington/Wells train stop and into Stocks and Blondes for one of their many local beers on tap and the fish fry Friday special.

Cardozo's Pub

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Want to go the retro bar route on parade day? Cardozo's will make you feel like you've stepped back to a time before the Blackhawks won two championships in four years.

RA Sushi Bar Restaurant

RA Sushi might not be along the parade route, but if you're looking for good deals you can find some here. All guests who mention the Blackhawks will receive a complimentary appetizer or roll (up to $8) with purchase of $20 or more.

Park Tavern Chicago

In celebration of the Blackhawk's victory, Park Tavern will be offering free shuttle rides for guests to and from Grant Park for the duration of the parade. They'll also be offering $15 buckets, $5 vodka lemonades and $12 Park pizza and beer.

Tesori

In honor of the Stanley Cup's return to Chicago, Tesori will be serving Blackhawks-inspired specialty cocktails for $10 each.

Atwood Café

At the corner of Washington & State, Atwood Cafe is in the heart of the loop and the perfect place to grab a seat on the patio, sit back and watch the chaos.

Tavern At The Park

If the festivities have got you feeling swanky, grab a steak and a bottle of wine at Tavern at the Park's patio and rooftop dining space right across from Millenium Park.

Heaven On Seven

Located on the 7th floor of the Garland Building, Heaven on Seven will be open Friday morning at 9 a.m. providing all the cajun comfort food and booze that hawks fans could ask for.

Tilted Kilt

A sports pub right off Washington with darts, wings, pizza, 24+ beers on tap and waitresses in tiny plaid outfits. Sounds about right.

Park Grill Chicago

Park Grill is right at the gate of Millenium Park and though it may be a spot for tourists, it's no doubt a prime place to be when the Blackhawks come rolling through.

Stocks and Blondes

Step right of the Washington/Wells train stop and into Stocks and Blondes for one of their many local beers on tap and the fish fry Friday special.

Cardozo's Pub

Want to go the retro bar route on parade day? Cardozo's will make you feel like you've stepped back to a time before the Blackhawks won two championships in four years.

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