Dine At The Historic Spot In Illinois Where Frank Sinatra Ate Ribs And Drank Whiskey

Chicago’s Twin Anchors Restaurant and Tavern is a historic Illinois bar that’s famous for its ribs. It’s so famous, in fact, that Ol’ Blue Eyes, himself, Frank Sinatra, made a point of visiting whenever he was in town.

For more information about the restaurant or to check out its menu and merch, visit Twin Anchors’ website. While you’re in the neighborhood, check out nearby St. Michael Church, one of the most beautiful churches in Chicago, or take in a show at The Second City, which is only a few blocks away. The Lincoln Park Zoo is also just a short distance from Twin Anchors and is a great place to walk off a rib lunch or stretch your legs before dinner.

Have you visited Twin Anchors Restaurant and Tavern? What are some other historic Illinois bars or restaurants that served as hangouts for the famous (or infamous, as the case may be)?

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Address: Twin Anchors Restaurant & Tavern, 1655 N Sedgwick St, Chicago, IL 60614, USA