Lottie's is on FIRE! Chicago Fire, that is. Season Premiere screening September 23

Cast of Chicago Fire at Lottie's
Friday, September 12, 2014 - 4:26pm

One of the thrills of watching shows set in your home town is catching glimpses of places you know and love. On Tuesday, September 23rd, you can do that while sitting inside a place you know and love.

Lottie's has been pouring drinks, and people have been pouring out of Lottie's, for eighty years. It's a neighborhood bar in the truest sense of the word, and now it's a regular on the NBC show Chicago Fire. On the show the bar, called "Molly's," is owned by two firefighters who purchased the bar after battling a fire in the building.

Molly's / Lottie's is inviting you to join them to see the season 2 premiere. All 19 of their upstairs flat screens will screen the show with the volume on so you can catch every hair-scorching moment. There will even be a special appearance by The Chicago Fire Department Bucktown Engine 35 from 7pm to 9pm. 

Featured specials will include $3 Coors Banquet, $4 Fireball (and a Fireball brand sampling) and a $5 Chicago Fire Burger (spicy burger with jalapenos and pepper jack cheese). You can even pick up a Chicago Fire t-shirt for half-price between 9pm and 10pm.


  • Chicago Fire Season Premiere Viewing Party
  • September 23, 7pm, show begins at 9pm
  • Free admission, $3 - $5 drink specials
  • Lottie's, 1925 W Cortland
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