Chicago's Coziest Bars with Fireplaces

If the winter weather has seeped into your bones, there's nothing like thawing out in front of a crackling fire. Unless, of course, at the same time you're thawing out your insides with a winter cocktail. To bring you in from the cold we've gathered some of Chicago's coziest bars with fireplaces so you can warm up, chill out, and sip on the best libations this city has to offer.

Pictured: Hubbard Inn

 

Chicago's Coziest Bars with Fireplaces

 
2852 N. Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60657
773-404-8400
A casual and inviting Chicago wine bar catering to all tastes with over 20 varieties of wine from 12 countries, accompanied by an indulgent food menu.
 
120 E Delaware St, Chicago, IL 60611
312.280.8800
Dine on modern American cuisine, rooted in regional, farm-to-table ingredients and offered in a vibrant, welcoming setting with exceptional service.
 
19 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL 60611
312.940.3699
Our second outpost features handcrafted cocktails to compliment our diverse street-food inspired menu.
 
2442 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614
773.472.5555
Irish restaurant and bar with live music four nights a week.
 
110 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL 60654
312.222.1331
Hubbard Inn is a Continental Tavern offering European-inspired small plates & quintessential spirits.
 

 

116 N. Green Street, Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 243-1199
Champagne. Burgers. Cheese. Petit fours. Discreetly tucked away at the foot of a cobblestone alley.

 

 
3201 W Armitage, Chicago, IL 60647
Gin-focused cocktail bar with American craft beers on tap and small plates.

 

 
4530 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60625
773.271.9000 
Neighborhood pub in Lincoln Square, great beer and whiskey selection, pub-grub comfort food, live folk music.

 

 

3130 N Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657
773.244.0404
Wilde is an upscale Irish pub and gathering place located just between the borders of the Lakeview and Lincoln Park neighborhoods in Chicago.
 
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