For a diehard Chicago Cubs fan, every new baseball season brings the possibility of that long-sought victory. Thankfully, whether you're tossing back celebration drinks or drowning in sorrows, there are plenty of sports bars in Wrigleyville to whet your whistle with fellow baseball lovers. Plus, it's Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary and the stadium's celebrating with specialty cocktails and hot dogs. Shine on North Siders, maybe this will finally be your year.
New Chicago Cubs stadium food
We tried Wrigley Field's new hot dogs
Chicago Cubs stadium cocktails
Celebrate Wrigley's 100th with these drinks
Civilized Wrigleyville crawl
Wrigleyville bars aren't all drunken and debaucherous
Uncivilized Wrigleyville crawl
Cheap beer, sticky floors, body shots
Wrigleyville bars to watch the Cubs
Couldn't snag tickets to the game? No worries.
Bars near Wrigley Field
The Irish Oak
Every Irish bar in the city claims maximum authenticity, but this one has the goods to prove it: The vibe is a nice mix of traditional and contemporary Irish...
Proving that everything in Wrigleyville is actually even worse than it initially seems, this roadhouse-themed sports bar only has a handful of beers on tap:...
The Cubby Bear
Kitty-corner from Wrigley Field, in the tackiest, traffic-choked corner of the Northside, the once-legendary punk club has been reduced to cover bands and...
The two coin-op pool tables suck, and you’ll be lucky if there is a complete set of billiard balls. But the Gingerman, the best Wrigleyville bar for the...
Captain Morgan Club
This indoor/outdoor bar that popped up alongside Wrigley Field like a fast-growing tumor should be avoided by fans of baseball, bars and watching baseball in...
The Stretch Bar and Grill
There's a clear attempt to elevate this sleek cedar-paneled space beyond its beer-stained, royal blue neighbors while still honoring that baseball team a...