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- City Winery
Address: 11 W. Riverwalk South, Chicago, IL 60601
In season (mid-March to mid-December), they are open 7 days a week.
Dos aren’t allowed inside since they serve food but they have an amazing outdoor area right on the river where we would eat, drink, and bring our dog.
- Tiny Tapp
Address: 55 W. Riverwalk South, Chicago, IL 60601
The official opening season for 2019 starts May 13, but they do have pop-up openings throughout the year. Check out their website for the opening dates and times.
We went during the winter and they had a nice warm patio covered area where we could grab a bite and drink with Coco with us.
In the warmer months the patio covering is removed and the opening times depend on the weather since seating is outside.
- Vice District Brewing
Address: 1454 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605
They brew many of there own beers and I really enjoy their ciders.
There is almost always other dogs in there (well behaved dogs are welcome). We once heard a group of guys walk in and say “what is this, a dog park?” We tend to go earlier in the day because they usually turn the music up louder at night.
Lake View East
- Dram Shop
Address: 3040 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657
This dog friendly dive bar is a neighborhood gem that has quickly become one of our favorites.
They give Coco dog treats and make us feel very welcome like we had been going there for years. Dogs get their own seat at the bar when it’s not crowded.
They have a huge selection of alcohol at very reasonable prices. Probably the biggest we have seen for a dive bar in Chicago.
Address: 3420 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657
Fun tiny dive bar. Another hidden gem in Lake View East. They have a big bucket of dog treats next to door when you walk in.
Pics coming soon..
- Durkin’s Tavern
Address: 810 W. Diversey Pkwy. Chicago, IL 60614
It’s a huge sports bar with two party rooms that possesses the oldest continuous beer licence in North Chicago.
The drinks are very inexpensive compared to the rest of Chicago.
The local dachshund was very sweet to Coco.