Chicago >Celtic Crossings
“Love the cozy fireplace.”
“nice pints and great friendly service.”
best outside of nth limerick. i visited the bar in oct 08...nice pints and great friendly service...will be back.
Irish pub with a crackling fireplace and good cheer attracts River North professionals and savvy city-visitors..
Simple, comfortable and more authentic than you'd expect to find on a touristy block of North Clark Street. The pub feels like an Irish cottage, complete with a crackling wood fireplace you can sit right next to, nostalgic paintings and an old piano against the pale plaster walls. Irish literary giants like Samuel Beckett are honored by images on the back wall.
A turn-of-the-century carved wood bar, lit by antique lamps, and a set of booths are likely to be occupied by old-timers, working folk, young professionals, regulars and a smattering of travelers. The publican will pull you a pint of Bulmers or Magners ciders, Newcastle Brown, Hoegaarden, Boddingtons, Carlsberg, Harp or Guinness. Or he may recommend one of the dozens of Irish whiskeys on hand.
Best Guinness in Chicago. Say hi to John, your bartender. He is one of the lucky few to serve probably the best pint in Chicago, in probably the best pub you never knew about (or did you?). Simple pleasures in a simple bar, just like the 'auld sod'
Old School Fun. This place has a great atmosphere, great patrons & great service. Love the cozy fireplace. Everything about it is wonderful
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