“The Insider's Guide” Of Where To Go And What To Do In Chicago
For a small, family-owned bar, O'Neil's on Wells continues their strong, 40-year reign as being a Chicago staple in the Loop. The place started out as Alcock's Inn back in 1978 but changed to O'Neil's in 2011 but its origins were never forgotten.
O'Neil's knows how to celebrate the important things in life, such as by having St. Patrick's Day festivities or Super Bowl Sunday parties—there is no end to the entertaining events held at this bar. As a sports bar, they are big Bears fans and even provide free transportation to Soldier Field for games to their customers.
Besides their events and great beer selection, patrons love their special deals throughout the week such as their happy hours, which they call liquid lunch, from 10:30 AM to 2 PM or $6 Whiskey shots on Fridays. It is always changing so check out their website to see how you can save on your bill tab.
There is no better way to relax after a long day than to spend it at O'Neil's. Customers have mentioned many things to look forward to at O'Neil's, such as being able to watch a sports game while enjoying shots or rounds of beer with friends or co-workers and eat a great slice of pizza.
O'Neil's on Wells is open every day of the week for breakfast, Lunch, and dinner but on Sundays, they are only open from 3 PM to 10 PM.