Chicago Cubs: A guide for the baseball fan

Enjoy some summer baseball fun by knowing where to drink, party, park and catch the train in Wrigleyville, with the help of our Chicago Cubs guide

Photograph: Erica Gannett
Sir Paul McCartney at Wrigley Field. July 31, 2011

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, the Wrigley Field rennovations are scheduled to be completed this summer, which means that you'll soon be able to enjoy a hot dog in the revamped bleachers. Shine on North Siders, maybe this will finally be your year.

Wrigleyville bars and restaurants

Bars

Wrigleyville bars to watch the Cubs

No tickets? Head to a bar and watch the action unfold on a screen

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Restaurants

The best restaurants in Wrigleyville

If you're not a fan of stadium food, try the grub at these Wrigley restaurants

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Bars

A civilized Wrigleyville crawl

Wrigleyville bars aren't all drunken and debaucherous

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An uncivilized Wrigleyville bar crawl

Cheap beer, sticky floors, body shots

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Cubs stories

Blog

7 reasons to be a Cubs fan in 2015

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Other Cubs bets Chicagoans should make

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The Cubs are hiring a DJ

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Replacement ideas for Wrigley Field bleachers

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5 reasons why Wrigleyville doesn't suck

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Sport and fitness

Wrigley Field is being torn apart

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Things to do

Wrigley Field rooftop guide

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