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100 years of trouble.

(the good kind)

In 1872, following the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the Green Door Tavern opened its doors. A lot has changed since then, but the Green Door has always remained true to its historic Chicago roots.

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Wanted: Waitresses named "Eileen"

Shortly after the building settled, it began racking (leaning)... and it has been that way for over 100 years.

Stop in and find somebody to lean on. Even if just for the night.

Party like it's 1921

Whatever the occasion — a Birthday party, a Holiday party or just getting together with friends and family to watch a game, we have the perfect environment for an unforgettable experience.

Parties are available for 20 - 200 of your favorite peeps. And best of all, at the end of the night, you go home and we clean up.

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Unsavory Characters Welcome.

Located in the only remaining speakeasy room from the days of prohibition, The Drifter holds many secrets. One step inside is a step back in time. Come on, have some fun…

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