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Loft

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15 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60610
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(312) 337-4349
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Bars, Pubs & Clubs , Restaurants

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Food & Dining

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Best

This is a great place to watch football, college or NFL. Every Saturday and Sunday, they have 25 cent wings, and $2 burgers. They have cheap Bloody Marys and Screwdrivers on Sat...

Worst

Another run of the mill ""irish pub"" for the masses who don't know any better. Just looking at the other review sums this place up. When I think of Irish pubs, baby back ribs, ...

AVOID ANYTIME 10/26/2007

The service was horrible, the food was barely edible at best. For a bar that claims to have a good menu it fails. The greasy fish(they called it fish) was awful! The steak sandwich wasn't steak, but some beef type material they passed off as a steak. So then plan on wasting your money and visiting your doctor after attempt to eat it. Bon Appetite.. Cons: Too many to list more

Horrible staff. Avoid this place. 9/7/2007

Skip Finn McCool's if you're looking for a bar in Chicago.\r The service is terrible. Waitresses and bartenders will walk right past you, that's if they come at all. The free wing buffet on Friday comes with a price. Your dignity. Some African-American customers are warned by the large bouncers that they must buy alcohol or pay for wings, even though I've never seen anyone there eat w/out at least buying a beer. Non-ethnic customers are never issued this caveat. I've also seen African-American customers harassed by waitstaff even though they are eating and enjoying beverages peacefullly. Their response to their unequal level of service is ""You can go somewhere else if you don't like it."" That quote came from Michael, the manager on duty. Even though I am white, this behavior disgusted me. When I asked the bouncer why he approached the couple at the next table so rudely, he responded ""I'm just doing my job."" Avoid this place. more

My favorite place to watch football! 11/22/2006

This is a great place to watch football, college or NFL. Every Saturday and Sunday, they have 25 cent wings, and $2 burgers. They have cheap Bloody Marys and Screwdrivers on Saturdays, and a Bloody Mary bar (also cheap) on Sundays. They also have cheap domestic drafts one of those days, and cheap Miller Light the other. There are a ton of TVs showing multiple games, and the staff is happy to change the channel to get a specific game on near your table. There's also a fireplace in the winter. Pros: Great deals on football Saturdays and Sundays Cons: parking is difficult, sometimes hard to find a seat more

Great football bar 11/21/2006

Go on Saturdays or Sundays and enjoy their great food specials. We go almost every weekend and stay almost the whole day. Pros: Great food Cons: Service can get slow during games more

Great local spot 5/9/2005

Good food, cheap beer, great specials, I recommend this place at any time other than weekend nights. When it's packed, it's no fun, but when it's empty and relaxed it's nice to sit in front of the fire and eat a nice spicy chicken wrap and enjoy a $2 beer ... some of the cheapest in the city. Don't expect too much (it's just a casual spot to grab a bite) and you won't be disappointed. Pros: Great specials, Good food, Chill atmosphere Cons: Packed on weekends more

It was ok..... 1/21/2004

I've actually been here a few times. It's not a very happening place, but great little hangout to drink and hang with friends. Waitress staff was nice and came around often. Dance floor is a bit small. more

Another lame ""irish pub"" 1/4/2004

Another run of the mill ""irish pub"" for the masses who don't know any better. Just looking at the other review sums this place up. When I think of Irish pubs, baby back ribs, pitchers of Miller Lite and sports are certainly not the first things that come to mind. Just another Division St. fratboy bar. more

Great Winter Place 11/22/2003

I live (on weekends) about 2 blocks from the front door - great place on a Saturday afternoon for some baby back ribs, a pitcher of Lite and about whatever sports event you want to watch on TV! Pros: ribs & beer Cons: usually too crowded more

ehh. it was ok. :) 8/29/2002

was talked into going. the lower level is decent. although the upper is crowded and hot/sweaty enough, so make sure you lit before you go up if you want to enjoy yourself. pretty good drink service, everywhere you turn there is someone to get you another. Pros: inexpensive, good mix of people Cons: parking more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Like siblings Celtic Crown in Lincoln Square and Full Shilling in Wrigleyville, this spacious Division Street Irish pub/sports bar is awash in dark wood and select knick-knacks to perpetutate the Emerald Isle theme, continued by a food menu that includes fish-and-chips and an always-available Irish breakfast. It also features great daily dine-in specials, an Internet jukebox, high tables with denim-covered seating and a gaggle of TVs for sports viewing.

  • 5/31/2005 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Cash, Visa, Carte Blanche, American Express, Discover, Diner's Club, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Near North Side, Central

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