Looking for somewhere to enjoy a drink or some food and bring your dog with you? Look no further than these great dog-friendly Evanston places to eat and drink!
The Dock at Montrose Beach
200 W Montrose Harbor Dr, Chicago, IL 60640
Inside Lincoln (Abraham) Park
The Dock at Montrose Beach is an excellent place to escape the sun on your beach day and grab a drink in the shade. Open until ten o’clock every night, head to The Dock after your sunset walk on the beach with your significant other and your dog! Stop in for ice cold beer, strong cocktails, and wine that will take you to the Caribbean. The Dock at Montrose Beach has house bands performing every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with a different band playing every Thursday through Sunday. Check out their music schedule to see what day would be best for you and your pooch to stop in and rock out! To rent The Dock at Montrose Beach, visit their events or email [email protected].
Rockwell’s Neighborhood Grill
4632 N Rockwell St, Chicago, IL 60625
If you’re looking for a spot to bring the whole family to, leash up your dog, get the kids, and make your way down to Rockwell’s. This neighborhood grill is all-ages friendly pouring up craft beers next to their burgers and other classic bar fare. Stay cool inside and watch the game with your friends or enjoy the fresh air with your dog on the patio. Be sure to stay informed on Rockwell’s weekly special or give them a “like” on Facebook and a “follow” on Instagram to catch all the latest news.
1101 W Waveland Ave, Chicago, IL 60613
Inside Wrigley Field
Mon & Tue Closed
Sat & Sun 3pm-11pm
Baseball fans, shout for joy! Here you can bring your children and dog to savor craft beers on tap while hanging out on the patio only feet from where the Chicago Cubs play! You will experience one-of-a-kind beers from local breweries, such as Begyle, Noon Whistle, Moody Tongue, Maplewood, Lo Rez, Lake Effect, Cruz Blanca, 18th Street, Haymarket, Old Irving Brewing, Illuminated Brew Works, Blue Nose, Alarmist, Crystal Lake Brewing, and Right Bee Cider. Folkart was the mastermind behind Luck Dorr, a management group determined to use food and ingredients from the Chicagoland-area give patrons the best experience possible. Check out Lucky Dorr’s media coverage on Chicago’s Channel 5 NBC and Chicago Magazine.
Four Moon Tavern
1847 W Roscoe St, Chicago, IL 60657
Fri & Sat 12pm-12am
Make your way into Four Moon Tavern to enjoy beers and bar food in a no non-sense tavern with a rocking jukebox and pool table. Hit it up for Sunday brunch or stop in any other day of the week for their daily special of chicken and dumplings and one dollar off all ciders. Word on the street says to try the Shepherd’s Pie, but you won’t be disappointed with any of their comfort food. Pairing nicely with their warm and hospitable service is their cozy all year-round patio stocked with heat lamps and grottos. Make this place a staple and you’ll be recognized as a regular in no time!
Broken English Taco Pub
2576 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
Mon & Tue Closed
Wed & Thur 3pm-9pm
Broken English Taco Pub has expanded to three of Chicago’s most lively neighborhoods, The Loop, Old Town, and Lincoln Park. Broken English takes inspiration from Mexican street tacos, thirst-quenching drinks, diverse music, and works of art created by locals residing in Chicago. Owner Adolfo Garcia stated, “I speak English with my friends, and I often find myself mixing in Spanish words because there are some phrases that simply don’t translate to English. This happens in many other languages and cultures, but that is what makes the name ‘Broken English’ fun – it is part of our daily slang.” Check out Broken English’s catering menu and book your next event today!