Chicago’s Crossing is the perfect place to hang out and watch games this football season.
Inside the bar, Crossing has 46 TVs and a 10-foot TV wall for ultimate viewing of every game. The bar also has a beer garden for patrons to watch the games. Crossing welcomes all Bears fans for Bears games and as a Kansas Jayhawks bar, it also focuses on University of Kansas events.
"All (University of Kansas alumni) are especially welcome here," said JT Thoma the General Manager of Crossing
Crossing is promoting its KU Game Day Saturday specials with $4 crimson bombs, $5 Mass St. minis and Naismith nachos, $7 Shooners and summer brews and much more.
Chicago's home for University of Kansas alumni, Crossing also offers a great variety of food to enjoy while cheering on the Kansas Jayhawks!
Established in 2010, Crossing boasts more than 6,000 square feet of space and offers its guests several environments. The family-friendly venue features 12 beers on draft and 34 in the bottle, as well as 12 different bottles of red, white and sparkling wines. In addition to great spirits, Crossing has a menu filled with unique or make-your-own pizzas and specialties such as the Chipotle Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, Korean steak tacos and Salmon Club.
"Providing the ultimate game-watching experience influenced the conceptualization and design of Crossing, which now features 46 plasma-screen TVs," Koleva said. "With our extensive beer list, fun season cocktails, not to mention our varieties of wine, Crossing provides an excellent place to watch a University of Kansas game or any sport event."
For more information about Crossing's offerings, menu and other services, call 773-327-4900, visit the bar on the web at www.crossingtavern.com or visit 2548 N. Southport Ave. in Chicago.
Crossing is a continuation of Four Corners Tavern Group's tradition of adding a great neighborhood bar and grill in a place where people will appreciate it. At Crossing, it's not about reinventing the wheel (or the tap), it's about sticking with what works, no apologies.