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The brick interior of Moe's Cantina. There are chandeliers, portraits on the walls as well as TVs and built in shelves. Bottles of Clase Azul line the top shelf.

Moe's Cantina

BarMexican

River North

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The food at Moe’s Cantina is about as mediocre-to-bad as you’d expect from a multi-level bar in River North (with a sister location in Wrigleyville) only open Thursday-Saturday nights. But you’re coming here for just-fine Happy Hour drinks, not amazing Mexican food. Although, after enough overly sour margaritas, you won’t mind taking advantage of the $4 taco special even if the chicken tinga tastes freezer-burned. There are TVs, big booths, lots of tables, and a massive bar—perfect to house all 100 members of your alumni club until the furniture is cleared away, the music changes from Top 40s hits circa 2005 to Reggaeton, and a much younger crowd takes over.

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