The bar chart | March 7–13, 2013

Our heated assessment of where to drink this week.
 (Photograph: Chandler West)
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Photograph: Chandler WestRock Island Public House
 (Photograph: Kelly Peloza)
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Photograph: Kelly PelozaHopleaf
 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsToni Patisserie and Cafe
 (Photograph: Oriana Koren)
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Photograph: Oriana KorenBilly Sunday
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Ay Chiwowa Billy Dec and crew took Martini Ranch’s 4am license and added tacos and tequila. 311 W Chicago Ave (312-643-3200). file under: late-night

Billy Sunday Not to be preachy, but: Cocktail enthusiasts, you should go here. 3143 W Logan Blvd (773-661-2485). file under: cocktailians, Trotter’s vets

Hopleaf The “old” side of the bar got a renovation, including a new draft system. 5148 N Clark St (773-334-9851). file under: beer geeks x10, you should eat

Lincoln Square Lanes The old-school bowling alley reopened after renovations, with 18 taps. 4874 N Lincoln Ave (773-561-8191). file under: neighborhoodie

LP Stadium Bar & Grill Who will be so bold as to try the “Mystery Beer” at this new sports bar? 2423 N Clark St (773-661-9710). file under: game on

Rock Island Public House Guys, things are looking kinda hip in Blue Island lately. 13328 Olde Western Ave, Blue Island (708-388-5513). file under: beer geeks

The Tasting Room What’s smoother than a pinot noir? Live jazz on Thursdays from 7–10pm. 1415 W Randolph St (312-942-1313). file under: live music, terrible wine puns, winos

Toni Patisserie & Cafe This charming spot in tourist central now serves wine and sells bottles to go. 65 E Washington St (312‑726‑2020). file under: winos
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