The bar chart | Jan 10–16, 2013

Our heated assessment of where to drink this week.
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Photograph: Erica GannettThe Coffee Studio
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Drumbar
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBub City
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsThe Glunz Tavern
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsWard Eight
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Bub City House whiskey barrels, Paul McGee cocktails—oh, and fried chicken and lobster rolls. 435 N Clark St (312-610-4200). file under: revivals, whiskey city

The Coffee Studio Our favorite Andersonville café just added wine, beer and savory snacks. 5628 N Clark St (773-271-7881). file under: date night?

Drumbar The biggest surprise of Craig Schoettler’s revamp of the menu here: The cocktails are (a bit) cheaper. 201 E Delaware Pl (312-924-2531). file under: cocktailians, swank spots

Flagship The folks behind Cortland’s Garage and Stretch Bar & Grill have a new one on their hands. 1622 W Belmont Ave (773-426-6692). file under: game on

Glunz Tavern This bar—shuttered since Prohibition—has finally reopened. 1206 N Wells St (312-642-3000). file under: back from the dead, beer geeks

Little Market Brasserie When the Tippling Bros. are making the cocktails, we have to at least try them. 10 E Delaware Pl (312-640-8135). file under: cocktailians

Table, Donkey and Stick The antidote to freezing nights: brandy flights and late-night charcuterie. 2728 W Armitage Ave (773-486-8525). file under: not your Phish fan’s Alpine valley

Ward Eight The Howard stop just got a lot more intriguing. 629 W Howard St, Evanston (773-369-4911). file under: cocktailians, proof evolution exists
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