Worst bar in Chicagoland.
It was a little after nine when I arrived at the Log Cabin Inn on a Saturday night. I thought it was just about dead with no more than 30 people in the entire place but was informed that is actually busy for them. That was my first clue that I should have picked somewhere else. There were several of us in a group out together and most of us struck conversations with those around us. We noticed that if you were intoxicated or didn't speak a lot of English your drink cost more and the bartender kept your change. I wasn't the only one to catch it and we paid closer attention until we actually blantantly caught her doing it and pointed it out hoping for a good explanation. She told us we were wrong, then switched it to "this is how it is if you don't like it you can leave". We were finishing up a round and had every intention on leaving. One lady in our group went to break a 20 and was told she wasn't going to be served any longer. The bartender told her she was a distraction to the patrons. A distraction? She's very pretty and was getting quit a bit of attention and the bartender felt that was a distraction. What kind of way to run a bar is that? We asked to speak to the manager and she said there wasn't one. We left and called to speak to the owner and she said it was the owner who told her to do so, but then wouldn't let us talk to the owner. This place has serious discrimination issues. I wouldn't go back if it was the only bar in town, ever.