4530 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
Named after the world famous street in Dublin city, The Grafton Pub and Grill is a little bit of Ireland, right in the heart of Lincoln Square. If their extensive whiskey and scotch menu doesn’t warm you’re spirits, the fireplace sure will. Plush couches surround the fire, giving The Grafton the feel of a cozy living room. The Grafton is the ultimate fireplace bar.
D.O.C. Wine Bar
2602 N. Clark St.
A fireplace for the wine lover. D.O.C. Wine Bar is decorated in rich hardwood and warm colors, and is home to a beautiful roaring fireplace. Sit back in front of the fire and enjoy more than 350 bottles or flights of reds, whites, champagnes or dessert wines.
Roof on theWit
201 N. State St
One of Chicago’s sleekest rooftops, also boasts a unique and stylish winter scene. The rooftop at theWit Hotel, is the place to see and be seen in Chicago. Open 365 days a year, you can warm up by the fire and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city.
The Bar at the Peninsula
108 E. Superior St.
The Bar at the Peninsula has the feel of an old world library or lounge. With leather-upholstered furniture, art and a fireplace, The Bar at the Peninsula is sure to welcome cold Michigan Avenue shoppers. The Bar also offers a selection ports, cognacs and signature cocktails to help keep you warm.
5910 North Broadway
Chicago, IL 60660
Already famous for their amazing burgers, Moody’s is also known as a winter retreat. Enjoy great food and a bargain at Moody’s cozy restaurant. With two roaring fireplaces, this is the perfect spot to warm up in Chicago’s coldest months.
Cork & Kerry
10614 S. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60643
As part of a recent addition, Cork & Kerry has added a 50-person party lounge complete with stone fireplace. Open year-round a portion of the decked beer garden is closed off to stay open during the winter.
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