The Long Room

★★★★★
  • 1612 W Irving Park Rd

    Chicago, IL 60613

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  • 773-665-4500

About The Long Room

Hours
Sun 7pm-2am, Mon-Fri 5pm-2am, Sat 5pm-3am

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A great bar with a nice selection of beverages. The staff is friendly and the clientele always interesting. The owners are exceedingly nice, but very tall. If you're in the area, I recommend you stop in for a drink. I always stop by when I visit the city.

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★★★★★

A great bar with a nice selection of beverages. The staff is friendly and the clientele always interesting. The owners are exceedingly nice, but very tall. If you're in the area, I recommend you stop in for a drink. I always stop by when I visit the city.

Pros: Friendly, unique, nice atmosphere

Cons: none

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Among the friendliest places I've ever had the honor of mounting a barstool. The owners and staff go out of their way to make everyone (even those coming in for the first time) feel like a regular. The friendly patrons are always happy to meet new people, but it's not a "meet market" -- being a nuisance will result in as forcible an objection as is necessary. The house band (every Sunday night at 10:30) plays a great mix of funk, blues and jazz. Drinks are strong and inexpensive. Finally, The Long Room's outdoor patio has just opened -- stargazers rejoice!

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★★★★★

Among the friendliest places I've ever had the honor of mounting a barstool. The owners and staff go out of their way to make everyone (even those coming in for the first time) feel like a regular. The friendly patrons are always happy to meet new people, but it's not a "meet market" -- being a nuisance will result in as forcible an objection as is necessary. The house band (every Sunday night at 10:30) plays a great mix of funk, blues and jazz. Drinks are strong and inexpensive. Finally, The Long Room's outdoor patio has just opened -- stargazers rejoice!

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The Scene
The narrow space is a subtle blend of contrasting design elements: a cast-cement bar top framed with Wisconsin walnut; hand-cut birch lampshades casting a glow on room screens made of industrial washers; circus animals…

 

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