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“The Best Bars in Chicago Right Now”- Thrillist

This delightfully weird “spirits lounge” offers a much-needed respite from the same-old sports bars and charmless frat bro haunts that have long dominated Lincoln Park’s main drag. With nightly tarot card readings, a royal throne flanked by a suit of armor, fancy chandeliers, and framed portraits of folks like Elvis and Bowie, the space certainly has a flare for the dramatic. Grab some wine on tap, large-format cocktails (which they call “king size”), or drafts from 3 Floyds and Dovetail as you marvel at the royalty-themed space that carries more than a passing resemblance to something out of Game of Thrones. Drinks include the Grand Poobah (vodka, aloe liqueur, watermelon, lime, mint), the Boss Daley with rye whiskey, apple brandy, and sweet vermouth, and the tiki-style Tuff Gong packed with three types of rum.

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