Wrigley Field

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1060 W Addison St
Chicago, United States 60613
(773) 404-2827
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Oct 30, 2008
They don't call it the Friendly Confines for nothing. Best sports venue in the world. The Cubs may not have won a World Series in 100 years, but they're fans are loyal and as passionate as ever. From the vines crawling up the outfield walls, to the Old Style beer (disgusting, but distinctly Wrigley), to the spirit of Harry Caray and sing along to "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" during the 7th inning stretch (the only team who knows how to do it right), this place has so much ambiance, you really won't care if you ever get back. Root for the home team!
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Nov 12, 2008
Great old baseball stadium. Start your weekend off with a Friday game at the Friendly Confines. Take the El and don't worry about parking. After the game make sure you hit the Cubby Bear or Murphy's Bleachers. For dinner make sure you hit Lou Malnotis or Ginos East for deep dish pizza.
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Jan 19, 2009
Cubs fans are without a doubt the funnest (yes I said funnest) fans I've ever been around. Great baseball atmosphere and Wrigley is a timeless classic. Great places to eat are countless, but Giordano's and Harry Caray's are just a couple.
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Sep 28, 2008
Chi-town is my hometown--notice I put Wrigley field (home of the Cubs) as opposed to US Cellular field (Sox home)...this is because Wrigley field gives off a small town feel, when you're there you're family! Go Cubbies!
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Dec 28, 2008
This famous landmark was built in the 1920s as home office of the famous Wrigley company of the chewing gum fame. The top of the building is a replica of the El Escorial in Spain, specifically the Geralda tower.
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