Looking for fun things to do for Memorial Day Weekend in Lakeview? We have all your weekend plans covered!
With brunch, baseball, andbackyard grilling, Memorial Day weekend is about celebrating all of those who have served this country with a well-deserved day off. However, the question that remains is how you will spend that extra day. You might spend it splurging on the good seats at a Cubs game or perhaps you might imbibe a bit more at Sunday brunch. We have compiled the neighborhoods best specials for you to get all the relaxing in that you need this holiday weekend.
Southern BBQ classics, updated sides & BYOB in a simple storefront space with wood sculptures. Smoking the finest BBQ in Chicago, they are the Wrigleyville neighborhood’s one-stop-shop to fulfill any (and every) craving. Only sourcing their meat and ingredients from the finest local purveyors, they deliver sinfully smoked and sauced BBQ of the highest quality. They don’t sacrifice quality for flavor, and you can taste it in every bite.
We’re a gathering place for our community: a hub for thought-provoking conversation and real connection, all served with delicious eats. We’re kosher in every sense of the word. Whether it’s our freshly cooked meats or our vegetarian options that suit your style, every bite is sure to be more mouthwatering than the last. Our community has always been the focal point of our business, which is why we believe in giving back
MLB season is back, and what better option is there than to cheer on our Cubbies in Wrigley at HVAC Pub?! This music venue & restaurant is the perfect place to catch the game, with both indoor & patio seating just steps away from Wrigley Field! Come watch the game with bottomless drinks and pizza in the heart of Wrigleyville
Open since the summer of 1994, The Smoke Daddy was the first of its kind to offer barbeque and free live music seven days a week in Wicker Park. Over the years, The New York Times, National Geographic, Zagat survey, Chicago magazine, and the Chicago Social all rated “The Daddy” as “having Chicago’s best barbeque”. Their concept is simple: top quality barbeque, cold drinks and music in a lively atmosphere. They smoke all of their meats in house each day and take pride in offering the best ribs and pulled meats in town.
Long time community staple Sheffield’s Wine and Beer Garden has over 50 drafts of craft beer and 100’s in bottles. Serving up In-House-Smoked authentic Barbeque and classic American fare side dishes destined to make your mouth water. Their extensive outdoor seating patio feels makes Sheffield’s one of the most popular summer-time Chicago Spots
Enjoy live music, bottomless mimosas, and southern fare at this neighborhood staple. This Alabama-centric country bar with honky-tonk music, 40-ounce beers & a Southern-influenced menu is the perfect start to a relaxing Sunday.
Founded in 2013 in Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood, Old Crow Smokehouse has since expanded to another one of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods, River North. The country venue can be described as the ultimate blend of home cooking and a lively saloon. Master Chef season 2 finalist, Tony Scruggs, combines his smoked meats with his homemade BBQ sauce to give you an irresistible flavor that is simply mouthwatering. Old Crow Smokehouse pays homage to the diverse BBQ styles served across the US.
This all-day eatery known for seasonal American fare, housemade organic beer, wine, drinks & live music will be serving up patriotic cocktails all weekend long! Their spiked with Prairie vodka and blue Curacao will be sure to quench your thirst. Open normal hours Saturday and Sunday and 10am-8pm on Monday the 31st.