Where to eat and drink in Wrigleyville during baseball season (and the rest of the year, too).
Sam Faye & Adrian KaneApril 20, 2022
Diver at the Park is a Mexican restaurant in Wrigleyville with a huge patio.
Adrian KaneMay 24, 2022
Flip Sigi is a casual Filipino fusion restaurant in Wrigleyville
John RingorMarch 17, 2022
The Magna Carta Holy Grail of the brunch scene. Get involved.
Sam FayeJanuary 14, 2022
Sluggers is a massive, busy bar in Wrigleyville with dueling pianos and batting cages.
Josh BarnettSeptember 11, 2019
Guthrie’s is a great first date spot in Wrigleyville with plenty of board games and craft beers.
Josh BarnettAugust 19, 2019
A bar in Wrigleyville with a solid beer list whose low-key atmosphere makes it a welcome change from the rest of the neighborhood.
Josh BarnettJuly 11, 2019
Aurelio’s is a pizza spot in Wrigleyville serving thin crust pizza.
Adrian KaneMarch 25, 2019
Roost is a counter-service spot serving some excellent fried chicken sandwiches.
Smoke Daddy is a large restaurant and sports bar in Wrigleyville that specializes in BBQ.
Big G’s is a by-the-slice pizza shop with toppings like mac and cheese.
This is the Wrigleyville outpost of Shake Shack.
Do-Rite is a donut shop in Wrigleyville that also has fried chicken sandwiches.
Dutch & Doc’s is a brasserie in Wrigleyville serving housemade pastas and steaks.
Adrian KaneJune 18, 2018
The Wrigleyville Big Star has a fantastic patio, good tacos, and a view of Wrigley Field.
Adrian KaneApril 25, 2018
Puesto Sandwich Shop is a little Latin American cafe hiding under the L in Wrigley. It’s not a typical Wrigley spot, which is a nice change of pace.
Sam FayeApril 10, 2017
TAC Quick literally stands for Thailand’s Authentic Cuisine, so you should probably go for a casual meal of authentic Thai cuisine.
Sheffield’s is a casual barbecue restaurant in Lakeview close to Wrigley with a great beer garden. Come for food, drinks, and to have a good time.
Al’s in Wrigley is the perfect spot to grab a cheap Italian beef or hot dog, and that’s especially true if the Cubs are playing.
Rockit in Wrigley is a casual spot to grab a burger and a beer. It’s more low-key than the original River North one, but that should be expected.