Township

Bars , Café bars Logan Square
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Photographer: Jaclyn Elizabeth Rivas
Township in Logan Square
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Photographer: Jaclyn Elizabeth Rivas
Township in Logan Square
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Photographer: Jaclyn Elizabeth Rivas
Township in Logan Square

Up-and-coming art punks, garage rockers and knuckle-dragging amp crankers come here to hone their chops in one room, while glassy-eyed hipsters bury their heads in Dark Matter coffee and the latest Lapham’s Quarterly at the counter of another room. Food (samosas, a crispy fried-fish sandwich, a killer Subcontinental-ish brunch) is cheap, bottled beer is mostly craft, and service—though on the slow side of mellow—is as unaffected as the dinerish environs.

Venue name: Township
Contact:
Address: 2200 N California Ave
Chicago
60647
Cross street: at Palmer St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 8am–2pm and 5pm–1am; Fri–Sun 9am–2am
Transport: El stop: Blue to California. Bus: 52, 56, 74.
Price: Average beer: $5
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Laura R
moderator

I was so surprised by Township's food menu. I've been here for live music, but who know they had such a strong little menu with lots of vegetarian options? Of course, there's also delicious bar food, too, like the Totchos. It's difficult for me to not stop in here for tator tots covered in cheese every single time I get off the California Blue Line stop. 

Madeline N
Tastemaker

Township is exactly what you think of when you think of a dive Chicago bar. They have the front bar area, a middle area and the back area where they host bands. It definitely has a hipster feel to it but that’s partially where its beauty lies. The drinks are great and affordable which is always a plus. 

Nick Kotecki

When the Boiler Room is too packed and you don't feel like smelling like pizza for the rest of the night, head a few doors down the block toward toward Armitage Ave and you'll find Township, a wonderful dive bar that's scuzzy in all the right kinds of ways. The drinks are cheap and the beer menu isn't too bad. You can stick with PBR all night or upgrade to one of several regionally local beers in bottles or on tap. Plus, there's a stage in back with the occasionally free show. If it does cost money, you won't have to pay a cover.