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Chicago's 9 Best Sports Bars

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    A city full of die-hard sports fans and food lovers means the (sports) bar makes for a great place to watch the game. Yes, our favorite establishments have the staples: ample TVs and good beer. But, they also have creative cocktails, impressive food menus, and other touches that set them apart from your average watering hole.

    Want a bar with a personal TV at your booth? Check. Want a bar with a personal beer tap at your booth? Done. Want a spot where you can catch the game on any of 25 plasma screens and eat a flight of miniature Polish sausages while doing it? Yep, that exists, too. Read on to find out where you should be watching March Madness now, and baseball/hockey/football/your sport of choice later. The only thing we can't promise is that you'll win your bracket.

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