The modern sports bar invades Wrigleyville, sliders and micro-brews intact.. In Short The name might be a nod toward breaking the rules-Wrigleyville is strictly sports bar territory, typically resistant to fancified versions of the genre. Owners here are smart though, retaining cheap domestic beer, plenty of plasmas and a tightly controlled and familiar playlist. Deviations include garish red paint, snazzy vintage sports photos and an undeniable clubby vibe achieved with dim lighting and a (weekend) DJ who spins stuff dangerously out-of-bounds for conservative sports fans. The young, stylish crowd doesn't think twice about ordering Czech "Rebel" beer and Panko-crusted chicken fingers, even in the shadow of the Friendly Confines.