The Low Down
Fun Fact: The infamous Steve Bartman baseball, which was purchased for more than $113,000, (Bartman was deemed Public Enemy No. 1 after catching a foul bowl during Game 6 of the National League Championship Series in 2003, an event many blame for preventing the Cubs from moving on to the World Series.) was detonated here on live TV.
Where to Sit: Cub fans clamor to sit at table 70 in the front corner (Harry's favorite), which boasts a great view of the entire room. However, keep in mind that the table is reserved for parties of 5-6 guests.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Baseball history and Italian fare are pitch perfect at this River North restaurant honoring the dearly departed Cub announcer.
by Contributor at Citysearch
For Cubs fans, this River North tavern and grill comes close to institution status. A veritable sports museum crammed with photos, artwork and autographed bats and balls, the restaurant churns out above-average food in aâ¦
By Tammy P. at Foursquare
The chips are to die for! Read More
By Justin B. at Foursquare
Katie is an awesome bartender!! Read More
By Chris R. at Foursquare
Great bar to watch the game and snack on kettle chips. Excellent servers! Try the muffuletta sandwich Read More
By Amy Y. at Foursquare
the best Calamari ..;). Read More
By Michelle J M. at Foursquare
Had s great vegan & gluten free pasta dish w/ grilled eggplants & other veggies. Read More