The SoFo Tap

★★★☆☆
  • 4923 N Clark St

    Chicago, IL 60640

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  • 773-784-7636

About The SoFo Tap

Hours
5pm-2am Monday-Thursday 3pm-2am Friday 2pm-3am Saturday 2pm-2am Sunday

Food

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This is a very nice place to chill. Both the staff and the patrons are friendly. The patio is great. I don't understand the last reviewers reference to the volume of the music. It was unobtrusive whenever I was there. A great place.

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★★★★★

This is a very nice place to chill. Both the staff and the patrons are friendly. The patio is great. I don't understand the last reviewers reference to the volume of the music. It was unobtrusive whenever I was there. A great place.

Pros: Bartenders, Patio

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First for the only good point: their patio area is nice, so a pleasant experience is possible in summer. But if you can't sit outside, avoid Sofo. Inside the bar the music is so loud, it's literally painful. Even at 7 p.m., when there's hardly anyone there, the speakers (which are tinny pieces of garbage) will be blaring. For a little, neighborhood bar, this is jarring and obnoxious. Who wants to hear Journey at 150 decibels? It's easy enough to blame it on their dim-witted bartenders, one of whom doesn't even speak English, but management should be setting the proper tone.
Their price for bottled beer is reasonable, but avoid mixed drinks. A well vodka and tonic is twice the price of an MGD.
The clientele is predominantly gay and middle-aged.

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★☆☆☆☆

First for the only good point: their patio area is nice, so a pleasant experience is possible in summer. But if you can't sit outside, avoid Sofo. Inside the bar the music is so loud, it's literally painful. Even at 7 p.m., when there's hardly anyone there, the speakers (which are tinny pieces of garbage) will be blaring. For a little, neighborhood bar, this is jarring and obnoxious. Who wants to hear Journey at 150 decibels? It's easy enough to blame it on their dim-witted bartenders, one of whom doesn't even speak English, but management should be setting the proper tone.
Their price for bottled beer is reasonable, but avoid mixed drinks. A well vodka and tonic is twice the price of an MGD.
The clientele is predominantly gay and middle-aged.

Pros: Patio

Cons: Bad music played very loudly

 

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