This was rated as one of my uncle's favorite places in Chicago when he was still living. Passing by during a gallery swing, we had to go in.
It's a fairly classic old pub. Good pub-grub type food, great beer prices, and an interesting history, as one of the last wood-framed buildings in the CBD, and maybe the only with a noticeable lean. They still have the speakeasy in the basement, although it wasn't accessible on our visit.
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