Thursday Food and Drink Specials in Chicago


slidersbeersYou’ll find fewer food and drink deals in Chicago on Thursday than you will earlier in the week; most establishments aren’t as desperate for business on Thursdays, as it’s already a more popular day. Many people in Chicago start their weekend on Thursday night though, so it’s a fun night to hit the town.  And if you pick the right place, you can experience the Chicago nightlife without spending too much cash.

Here are some of the best Thursday food and drink specials in Chicago.

Lakeview, Lincoln Square and Uptown

Beckett’s: Half-price all draft beers

Paddy Mac’s: $2 Miller Lite bottles, $2 tacos and chips

Bad Dog Tavern: $6 salads, $10 domestic pitchers

Brownstone: $15 pitchers of Half-Acre beer

Crew: All-you-can-eat pastas for $9.99, $3 drafts

Mystic Celt: $1.5 sliders, $2.75 Miller Light pints

Fizz: $4 312 pints, $1 tacos, trivia

Mullen’s:  $4 thin crust pizza, $2.50 412 and Honkers Ale drafts

Wild Goose Bar: $3 drafts, appetizers, call drinks

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Mad River: $3 domestic bottles, $6 Philly cheesesteak sandwich

Kit Kat Lounge: $5 Effen martinis and $5 mojitos

Lincoln Park

Halligan: $2 domestic drafts, $2 bottles

Bridget McNeil’s:$4 Cosmos, half-off pasta dishes

The Firkin and Pheasant: $3 house wine glasses ($12 bottle)

Sedgwick’s: $9 domestic pitchers, 40 cent wings

Red Ivy: $15 bottles of wine

Matisse: Half-price drinks

Gaslight: $15 Coors Light buckets, $5 wraps

Trinity: $2 bottles and domestic drafts, half-price food (5-7pm)

Bucktown, Ukranian Village, and Logan Square

Salud Tequila Lounge: $1, $2, and $3 drinks and food (chips and salsa, tacos, quesadillas)

Blue Line Club Car: $4 specialty mojitos, $3 sangria pints

Hideout: $2 domestic cans

Logan Bar and Grill: $4 draft of the month

The Loop

House of Blues: $3 Corona, $5 margaritas

Sidebar Grille: $2 pretzels and $5 sliders after 3pm

Paog Mahone’s: $3.50 house margaritas and $5 hot mini pretzels with beer cheese dip (after 3pm)

Photo by Dan Bock