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Espn Zone - 19 Reviews - 43 E Ohio St, Chicago, IL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (312) 644-3776

Espn Zone

43 E Ohio St (at at N Wabash Ave)
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 644-3776
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I saw ESPN Zone in Chicago back in January. It really did just blow me away. The screening room was fantastic and the service first rate. I thinked they liked my Australian accent...


One would think that a place like ESPN Zone is where you take a big group. Yet, they can't accommodate our group of 10. I came back to Chicago to visit my friends and family and n...

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ESPNZone a fun stop 4/11/2006

ESPNZone is a fun place to stop. SItting in the lazyboys upfront watching 10 screens at once is a blast. And the store is great -- they sell the most comfortable boxer shorts on the planet. The food is ok but it is not about the food. You have to wonder why the foxsports grill in seattle is so boring, all they needed to do was copy espnzone. more

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Espn Zone Chicago 4/10/2006

I like this espn zone because they have some great interactive games. These games are perfect for both kids and adults. The price can quickly add up after a brief hour here. All the games are sports themed. You can play interactive basketball and hockey games. They are all a blast. more

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Sports 2/25/2006

The Espn Zone is a nice place for sports lovers. They have lots of interactive games here for almost every popular sport. But while it is fun for a bit, this place is becomes tedious because it is usually very crowded. Kids seem to really enjoy the fun interactive games here. I would suggest going here for big sports games and watching them on their big television, because of the great tv and the fun crowd. They also serve some great food here. Also, you can get validated parking here for a good price. more

Tourist Trap. 9/27/2005

This bar/restaurant/gaming zone might be the most blatant attempt to suck in tourist dollars this side of the Mason-Dixon Line. The food is nothing to write home about, and horribly, horribly overpriced. They do however have an amazing TV wall. Probably the biggest TV screen outside of a movie theater I've ever seen. Definitely check it out just to say you did, but go somewhere else to eat and drink. You'll thank me. more

ESPN Zone 8/15/2005

Step into ESPN Zone and you've entered a world where sport is king! ESPN Zone boasts a tasty menu featuring generous portions of expertly prepared American grill food, an arena of interactive games and attractions and an unparalleled sports viewing experience. When you think ESPN Zone, think ESPN - 3D, because why should the SportsCenter anchors have all the fun!! Watch the game, drink, play games and eat all at one place. more
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  • The Scene
    The 35,000-square-foot complex has a sensory-stimulating atmosphere, thanks to 33 satellite receivers and dishes, 260 speakers, about 200 video and live-action games, and nearly...

  • 8/11/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Su-Th 11:30-12, F 11:30-1, Sa 11-1
  • Payments:

    Visa, American Express, Master Card, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Near North Side, Central