15 "Wrigleyville" Restaurants in Chicago.
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Drop reasonable cash for a steak dinner with your friends at Tango Sur instead of emptying the bank account at a high end meal.
Dutch & Doc’s is a brasserie in Wrigleyville serving housemade pastas and steaks.
The Wrigleyville Big Star has a fantastic patio, good tacos, and a view of Wrigley Field.
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.
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.
Cozy Noodles & Rice is a funky Thai spot in Wrigley with all sorts of crazy pez, toys, and flag decorations on the wall. Grab some casual Thai food.
ZamZam is a cheap and easy spot for Mediterranean food. Grab a simple shawarma or falafel sandwich.
Dimo’s is a cheap pizza counter where you can get whole pies or pieces by the slice. Try the macaroni and cheese pizza.
Lucky’s is a casual spot in Wrigley to grab a sandwich and a beer. It’s one of our favorites spots to hit before a Cubs game.