The Low Down
Where to Sit: Cub fans clamor to sit at table 70 in the front corner (Harry's favorite), which boasts a great view of the entire room. However, keep in mind that the table is reserved for parties of 5-6 guests.
Fun Fact: The infamous Steve Bartman baseball, which was purchased for more than $113,000, (Bartman was deemed Public Enemy No. 1 after catching a foul bowl during Game 6 of the National League Championship Series in 2003, an event many blame for preventing the Cubs from moving on to the World Series.) was detonated here on live TV.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Beloved Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray may have passed away, but he's not forgotten. His multi-room restaurant-bar is still a gathering ground for fans of baseball and solid, steakhouse-type food and drinks. The place is loaded with ballparkâ¦
By Charles A at Insider Pages
The restaurant was pretty cool and the service was gracious and perfectly timed.. The food was fresh and so yummy. It has a good dining hall which ... Read More
By allison D at Insider Pages
The food here is soooooo soooo good! The service is great and there are plenty of places to walk to from here. Read More
Best Steak in Chicago
By Candice C at Insider Pages
While Harry Caray's might not be he best spot for a romantic evening, it most definitely offers the best steak in Chicago. With a Harry Caray / Chi... Read More
By M G at Insider Pages
They have very good italian food and enough memorabilia to sink a ship. It is a great place to go as a tourist, but it looked like many of the loca... Read More
best steaks in town. wonderful bar the length...
By robing at Menuism
best steaks in town. wonderful bar the length of home to first base with great drinks and a great... Read More