NFL Championship Game: The Best Places to Watch the Game for Bears and Packers Fans.

Packer’s Friendly Places.

A Packer Oasis in the Windy City.

Watch the game at the number one Pack-friendly bar in town,  Wills Northwoods Inn.


You’ll think you’re in Wisconsin at Wills Northwoods Inn.

Any Packer fan will feel safe and at home in this Lakeview shrine to Wisconsin. From the Brewers to the Badgers to the Packers it’s everything Wisconsin.

A Packers flag in front plus complimentary cheese curds make this the go to spot for all that is gold, green and cheesy. Check out the slide show below for a preview of what to expect. 3030 N. Racine St., 773 528 4400.

Packers Fans Sleepover Special.

The Omni Chicago Hotel is offering all Packer fans a $50 food and beverage voucher with a two night stay–and if the Packers win the game the second night is FREE.  676 N. Michigan 312 944 6664.

Da Bears.

Pretty much the rest of Chicago will provide a friendly viewing spot for Bears fans with the following three restaurants getting a lot of the buzz:

1.  Timothy O’Tooles in Streetville is popular with fans as well as the Bears players when they are not on the field. Watch the action on the 60″ flat screen and stick around after the game for possible Cutler and friends sightings.   622 N. Fairbanks Ct. 312 642 0700.

2.  Get a FREE “Green Bay Sucks” t-shirt along with $15 buckets of beer at The Fifty/50–the popular Wicker Park/Ukrainian Village sports bar at 2047 W. Division St.  773 489 5050.


No wait to be served with Public House table taps.

3. The best viewing outside Soldier Field just may be at the new kid on the block, the Public House, in River North. 

You can catch every down on their 27 plasma TVS and 84″ HD Video Wall.  Food, 103 beer choices and 12 table tap booths where you can pour your own make PH a stand out place to spend game day.  400 N. State St. at Kinzie. 312 642 8818.

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