The bar chart | March 14–20, 2013

Our heated assessment of where to drink this week.
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Billy Sunday We’re telling you for the last time.… 3143 W Logan Blvd (773-661-2485). file under: cocktailians, world’s best banana pudding

Chicago Cut Steakhouse Classic steaks, new cocktails (such as a rum old fashioned). 300 N LaSalle St (312-329-1800). file under: power lunch

Hofbräuhaus The servers in dirndls! The oompah music! This is the granddaddy of beer halls. 5500 Park Place, Rosemont (847-671-2739). file under: suburban sojourn

L’etage A little bird told Brasserie 54’s owners Andersonville missed its wine bar. 5420 N Clark St, second floor (773-334-9463). file under: winos

Longman & Eagle The “Off Site Bar” means a precious 16 more seats. 2657 N Kedzie Ave (773-276-7110). file under: whiskey, you should eat

LP Stadium Bar & Grill Wings, beers, TVs and every other conceivable sports-bar essential. 2423 N Clark St (773-661-9710). file under: game on

Poag Mahone’s With later hours (till 11pm) comes a new late-night menu (grass-fed mini burgers). 333 S Wells St (312-566-9100). file under: late night at the office

Taverna 750 Fridays and Saturdays after 11pm, proceeds from part of the late-night menu go to charity. 750 W Cornelia Ave (773-904-7466). file under: good deeds
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