Chicago Cubs: A guide for the baseball fan

Where to drink, party, park and catch the train in Wrigleyville. All the information you need to enjoy some summer baseball fun.

Photograph: Julia Shell Public Relations
View from 1032 W. Waveland Ave

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.

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Come back next season!

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