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Meat Market Mayhem Bachelor Party Pub Crawl Chicago

Meat Market Mayhem

If you're up for some wild action to celebrate the bachelor's last night of "freedom," here's a Chicago Trolley pub crawl where you can bribe the ladies so that the bachelor thinks he's "still got it":

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If you buy a copy of our book Historic Bars of Chicago ($12), you can get a Chicago Trolley $45 coupon that is more than 10% off for most rentals.

Destination
The Hook
Directions to the Next Place
Chicago Trolley

Starting Point:

Zella

1983 N. Clybourn

7:00-8:15

Though a bit pretentious with meal prices to match, Zella offers some top Lincoln Park talent along with an excellent beer garden.

Alternate: book Bluelight if you're hosting "entertainment" before you head out for the night.

Board the Chicago Trolley, and have the driver shoot north up Racine, and west (left) onto School until Southport.

Book Chicago Trolley for Your Meat Market Bachelor Party

To book a trolley, please Chicago Trolley for pricing & availability:

Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Co.
(773) 648-5000
chicagotrolley-charter@coachusa.com

Your pub crawl agenda is completely up to you. If you'd like to hire a guide, please be sure to mention that when you contact Chicago Trolley.

Book Chicago Trolley for Your Meat Market Bachelor Party

1st Stop:

Schoolyard Tavern

3258 N. Southport

8:30-9:45

Schoolyard is one of the few "over 23" bars in the city and is stocked with Lakeview hotties.

Alternate: Kirkwood with it's hugely popular beer garden.

South along Southport, southeast (left) along Lincoln, and east (left) onto Wrightwood.

2nd Stop:

Grand Central

950 W. Wrightwood

10:00-11:15

One of the best pick-up joints to open in Lincoln Park, it's loud & obnoxious and you're going to love it.

Alternate: The Apartment if you want to get your groove on with Lincoln Park Trixies.

Wrightwood east, north (left) on Clark until right before Addison.

3rd Stop:

John Barleycorn's Wrigleyville

3524 N. Clark

11:30-1:00

Never has a cover, always has lots of hot women and there's a huge dance floor upstairs; Moe's Cantina is the Mexican version next door with phenomenal kabobs (under the same ownership) and Red Ivy across the street offers a somewhat more upscale and trendier version of the same.

South down Clark Street, and east (left) onto Division.

Final Stop:

Finn McCool's

15 W. Division

1:15-4:00 (5:00 Sat)

They charge a cover up to $10, but it's the best chance you're going to get to see flashing chicks (upstairs).

Alternate: Hangge Uppe around the corner on Elm—it draws bachelorette parties like moths to a flame and is a Top 100 historic Chicago tavern to boot.

Time for a taxi, which you'll find out front.

If you buy a copy of our book Historic Bars of Chicago ($12), you can get a Chicago Trolley $45 coupon that is more than 10% off for most rentals.

~ Got a better idea for a Meat Market pub crawl? Email us. ~

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