Same old city, brand new management. Chicago has been a professional football hotbed since the Staleys moved to Chicago in 1921. Since then, Chi-town has witnessed some incredible football moments. From Gale Sayers’ elusive style to the Sweetness that was the 80’s and the more recent memories of Urlacher and Hester. This town has seen some of the best players in NFL history roll through, but in recent years, things just haven’t been the same. This year, the team revamped management to include a bevy of influential NFL personalities including Head Coach John Fox. With Fox leading the charge, the Bears will need all of your support!
I mean, we all know that Soldier Field is the place to be for each home game, but with a capacity of just 61,500 there are fans who will have to find other places to cheer on the Bears. Well, look no further because we are here to answer the question:
#3: THE SCOUT WATERHOUSE AND KITCHEN
Talk about feeling the rumble from Soldier Field. With less than a mile between The Scout and the stadium, feeling the rumble from the stadium is almost a guarantee! TVs plastered on each wall, the smell of a thought out and well cooked menu, and the a community of Bears fans sticking together gives this bar the edge it needed to place it so high on our list! With a gameday experience unattainable elsewhere and an orginal “across america” inspired menu that will keep you curious to try new things each Sunday, this Waterhouse truly is one of the best places to watch the Bears in Chi-town.