Bar Crawl: Where to Watch the Hawks

It's time to decide where you'll watch history in the making.

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Don't watch Stanley Cup from your couch? There's plenty of places around Chicago to enjoy the game with fellow Hawks fans. Otherwise be sure to check in on our special coverage "Blackhawks' Quest for the Cup".
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Third Rail Tavern: Enjoy $3 domestic bottles and 25 cent wings while watching the Blackhawks fight for The Stanley Cup. 1133 W. Madison
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District Bar: 40 flat screen televisions and cheap beer - also a place that you could spot some of the players after the game. 170 W. Ontario
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Mahoney's Pub and Grill: Loyal Mahoney fans claim this bar gives you the real game experience. Sing the national anthem before the game and sip on $3 domestic drafts. 551 N. Ogden Ave.
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John Barleycorn: This Wrigleyville spot is known for their Blackhawk's Playoff Specials - 14 inch pizzas for $7 and $15 Bud light buckets during the game. 658 W. Belden Ave.
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Junior's Sports Lounge: Free shirts and hats during the game, courtesy of Budweiser. 724 W. Maxwell St.
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Division Ale House: Grab some seats at the bar and watch the game on one of their 50 inch flatscreen TVs. 1942 West Division St.
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The Firkin and Pheasant: This Lincoln Park Blackhawk's hot spot is known for their great drink specials. They've also hosted official Roadwatch parties with some of the Ice Girls. 670 West Diversey Pkwy.
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Mac's American Pub: Take some $3 Irish Whiskey Shots or enjoy $3.50 Point Pale Ale pints during games. 1801 West Division St.
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ESPN Zone: Watch the game on your own television while enjoying a beer and a burger. 43 East Ohio St.
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The Pony: You might run into the players after a homegame at The Pony. While you're waiting for Patrick Kane to fall in love with you, enjoy $1 tacos and $10 Miller Lite pitchers. 1638 West Belmont Ave.
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Durty Nellie's: Take your own bite out of The San Jose Sharks by checking out this bar's Blackened Shark Sandwich. 180 N. Smith St.
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Crossroads Bar and Grill: Not only is it across the street from The United Center, they also have a new drink on the menu - The Floundering Shark Cocktail. 1120 West Madison St.
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Joe's Bar: Reserve your game watch table ahead of time and maybe you'll get one with an Ice Girl, Joe's has hosted official Roadwatch games this season.
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