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¦
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
When the kids are away
By Angela C. at Judy's Book
My husband is Irish, and we both enjoy authentic music and a good time, when we can get it. Every once in a while, we strike it lucky and find a si... Read More
By Kaitie C. at Judy's Book
This is a fun little bar!! People here seem like fun-loving, energetic, down to earth people who don't mind having others around to share space wit... Read More