16 "Sports!" restaurants in Chicago.
These are the places that A) serve good food and B) have televisions that will be showing any big games. Some of them only serve bar food, but don’t act like that isn't what you want when you're watching sports. Even if your team doesn't win, come hungry and you'll at least leave somewhat happy.
Pequod’s is a Chicago staple when it comes to deep dish pizza, and it’s awesome.
Parlor Pizza, where you can day party outside likes it’s college again and eat some pizza in the process.
Happy Camper is a semi-sports bar in Old Town that's more about eating pizza and socializing than it is watching anything on T.V.
25 Degrees is a solid, dimly-lit burger and beer kind of spot in River North. We approve.
Jake Melnick’s is all about the wings. Firecracker wings in particular.
Sluggers is a massive, busy bar in Wrigleyville with dueling pianos and batting cages.
Fireside is a bowling alley that’s been around since the '40s with a divey lounge.
Kroll’s is a sports bar in the South Loop that has pretty good bar food.
Smoke Daddy is a large restaurant and sports bar in Wrigleyville that specializes in BBQ.
Old Town Pour House is a large sports bar in Old Town with an extensive beer menu.
Ballast Point is a brewpub in the West Loop that has great bar food and is good for watching sports.
Lobo Rey is a Mexican restaurant in the South Loop serving decent tacos, but not much else.
When want to play bocce ball, drink outside, and watch the big game all in the same place, head to Park + Field in Logan Square.