Shuttered By Pandemic Last Summer, Guthrie's Tavern In Wrigleyville Has New Owner And Will Be ReopeningGuthrie’s Tavern just west of Wrigley Field announced back in July that it was going out of business as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s going to be making a comeback after all.
Areas Teeming With Restaurants, Bars Are In Balancing Act Between High COVID-19 Vaccination Rates And Rising Case NumbersWith more people getting vaccinated against COVID-19, restaurants, bars, and ballparks are busier than they have been in more than a year.
Wrigleyville Bar Owners Balance Need For Business With COVID Concerns, Particularly With Cases Spiking In AreaWrigleyville bar owners face a tall task - balancing a much-needed business boost with COVID concerns.
Cubs Home Opener Comes With Tight Restrictions At Wrigley Field; City Appears To Have Passed TestBaseball was back at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Cubs took on the Pittsburgh Pirates on a chilly Opening Day 2021 – though with reduced crowds. It was the first mega-event Chicago has seen since the pandemic began.
Wrigleyville Shops Hope Return Of Cubs Fans To The Stands Helps Boost Their Business TooFor small business owner Mel Nelson and others on her block, it's been a struggle with not many shoppers since the pandemic and fan-less games in 2020.
Wrigleyville Bars, Restaurants Are Being Watched By The City For COVID Violations"Baseball is here, but do not let your guard down."
Ballclubs, Business Owners Say Fans Being Allowed At Wrigley, Guaranteed Rate Fields Is Good NewsFor the first time in a year, fans will soon be heading back to the stands at both Major League Baseball parks in Chicago.
The Dugout In Wrigleyville Shut Down For Crowd Violations On New Year's EveA Wrigleyville bar is still shut down for breaking COVID-19 rules on New Year's Even. Police kicked a crowd of people out of The Dugout Bar on West Addison Street.
People Seek Out Safe, But Festive Ways To Ring In New Year Amid PandemicJust under two hours before the start of a New Year, we found no shortage of people out celebrating Thursday night – despite the pandemic.
Wrigleyville's Dark Horse Tap & Grille Goes Out Of Business After 17 Years Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe Dark Horse Tap & Grille in Wrigleyville is among the latest longstanding establishments to go out of business amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cubs Playoff Baseball Begins In Wrigleyville, Under Much Different Circumstances Than UsualPlayoff baseball is back at Wrigley Field, but because of COVID-19, fans are not.
Police Search For Suspects In Auto Thefts, Carjackings, Robberies In Lakeview, West Town, Heart Of ChicagoPolice on Sunday were warning the public about a series of auto thefts and carjackings have been occurring in multiple Chicago neighborhoods.
Last Call At Guthrie's Tavern As Many Worry About Future Of Other Chicago Bars Amid PandemicIt was last call Thursday night at the venerable Guthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville Thursday night, as the coronavirus pandemic claimed another victim.
Wrigleyville's Guthrie's Tavern Announces It Is Going Out Of Business Amid Reimposed Restrictions On BarsGuthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville announced Monday that it is going out of business.
With Cubs Opening Day Coming Soon, Wrigleyville Bars Say They're Taking Crowd Control Very SeriouslyMayor Lori Lightfoot has been warning Chicago that a spike in new COVID-19 cases has been seen among 18- to 29-year-olds – just the demographic that often flocks to Wrigleyville for Opening Day for the Cubs.