Lottie’s WI Vs. Northwestern Bus Shuttle 10.4

Lottie’s Pub in Bucktown will host a bus trip to Ryan Field on Saturday, October 4 for the Wisconsin vs. Northwestern game. Tickets are $70 per person will include a 100 level ticket, coach bus to and from the game, and refreshments on the bus. Guests will enjoy specials at Lottie’s before and after the game including brunch starting at 11 a.m., $9 cheese pizzas and a $3.50 beer of the month.

 

WHEN:      Saturday, October 4

Bus leave at 1 p.m.

Kick-off at 2:30 p.m.

 

COST:       $70 per person includes:

  • 100 level ticket
  • coach bus to and from the game
  • refreshments on the bus

RESERVE: Limited availability.

Purchase tickets at: www.lottiespub.com

 

LOTTIE’S PUB 
1925 W Cortland
Chicago, IL 60622
773.489.0738
www.lottiespub.com

 

Lottie’s Pub Chili Cook-off 9.22

Lottie's Pub

Lottie’s Pub

Lottie’s Pub will host their first annual Chili Cook-off on Monday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m. followed by the Bears vs. Jets game at 7:30 p.m. Guests will enjoy a free tasting of the contestants’ chili, and the winner will receive a $200 cash prize based on popular vote.

Specials for the day will include $4 Miller and Coors stadium cups, $3 Dos Equis, $4 Milagro, and $2 steak or chicken tacos.

Lottie’s is looking for cooks to compete in the Chili Cook-off. Chicagoans are invited to enter their own chili creation by e-mailing media@papergirlpr.com with the recipe and a photo of the dish by Friday, September 19.

WHEN: Monday, September 22
6:30 p.m.: Chili Cook-off
7:30 p.m.: Bears vs. Jets Kickoff

COST: Free Admission

LOTTIE’S PUB
1925 W Cortland
Chicago, IL 60622
773.489.0738
http://www.lottiespub.com
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Sunday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. – 3 a.m.
*Brunch available Saturday and Sunday

About Lottie’s Pub
Located on the corner of Cortland and Winchester in the heart of Bucktown, Lottie’s Pub is a classic Chicago establishment offering a wide selection of beer and liquor as well as a menu stacked with bar favorites including sandwiches, salads and burgers. An inviting corner bar deeply rooted into Chicago’s deep political past, Lottie’s remains a historic spot with neighborhood magnetism.