The Low Down
Where to Sit: The second room is often closed during non-peak times, but it can be a quieter retreat when open--especially if there's live music and huge crowds in the main room.
When to Go: Days and early evenings are good for grabbing a pint and a bite to eat, but weekend nights are the hot times if you're looking for rowdy crowds.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Don your Cubbie blue and you'll be in the majority at this near-Wrigley restaurant that features live music and a menu of Irish-inflected bar basics. Choices run from beer-battered pickles and "Irish Nachos" (criss-cut fries topped withâ¦
Live Band Karaoke Every Wed
By Live Band Karaoke at Citysearch
great food, great drinks, great staff and Live Band Karaoke Every Wednesday night rocks! Read More
Authentic Irish Pub!
By Laura B at Insider Pages
The food here is great and very well priced! The Irish Oak is an authentic Irish pub AND they have Guiness on tap! This is a bar you definitely n... Read More
Cozy decor, friendly staff, feels authentic!
By gina54 at Citysearch
Wow, this is the best Irish bar in town in my opinion. I've been to Dublin and feel it could be placed there and the Irish would not know the diff... Read More
BEST IRISH BREAKFAST
By BarriePlumb at Citysearch
Best Irish breakfast in the US! Great place to have a pint and meet new mates. Good live music, great atmosphere done right Read More
Best Corned Beef Sandwiches!
By fmbradly at Citysearch
My friends and I came into town to watch the Cubs game from Los Angeles. After the game we stumbled into The Irish Oak just looking for a beer befo... Read More