1060 W Addison St
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First reviewed by Matthew
Home to the Northside Cubs, Wrigley Field is a must-see for both baseball and architecture fans alike. Wrigley Field is also widely considered to be the largest bar in the Chicagoland area (if you don't count Soldier Field). To truly experience Wrigley Field, you have to see a Cubbies game from the bleachers. The bleacher seats at Wrigley Field are non-reserved seats in the outfield. Bleacher tickets are sold the day of the game, on a first-come, first-serve basis, so it's best to get there early. If you are lucky enough to snag bleacher seats for a Cubs game, enjoy an Old Style beer and a Hebrew National red hot while rubbing shoulders with the Northside faithful. If you can't snag bleacher seats, do the exact same thing across the street at Murphy's Bleachers. Whether or not they fly "the cubs win flag" over Wrigleyville after the game, stick around and enjoy the carnival atmosphere of the neighborhood after a Cubbies game.
It's a living, breathing shrine to baseball's past; the game itself is secondary.
We are St. Louis Cardinal fans and had a great time watching the Cards play the Cubs in Wrigley Field. The Cub fans were great. A visit to Wrigley is a trip into history. Great atmosphereAccess from the hotel, on the Red Line, was very convenient.