Linkin House, Lincoln Park’s three-level sports bar with 36 TVs and three separate bars, is a wonderful place to spend time relaxing. During the summer, Linkin House is offering seasonal specials, making it a great venue to spend time with friends and family.
“It’s summer time, so come in, relax and enjoy the season with us,” Benjamin Dam of Linkin House said.
Starting the week on Tuesday, Linkin House offers every item on its menu for only $7, along with $3 house shots and $5 dragon bombs. Wednesday’s treats include a glass of wine or imported drafts for $5, and a martini for $6.
Every Thursday, Linkin House now features its appetizers for half the price, an amazing treat for the whole family or a group of friends. In addition, a beer and a burger cost only $10 on Thursdays and call drinks sell for $6.
Fridays bring a slew of special promotions in time for the weekend. Any employee, family and friends of Linkin House may purchase a bottle Svedka Vodka for $50. For ladies in groups of four or more, Linkin House provides a complimentary bottle of champagne with two orders of any appetizers. Linkin House also features import buckets for $20 and domestic buckets for $18.
When the weekends are in full swing, Linkin House invites the community to its brunch every Saturday and Sunday. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Linkin House offers a $5 brunch special, with children under 8 eating for $1, and $5 mimosas and bloody Marys.
Every Sunday, Linkin House welcomes those "in the industry" with 30 percent off the entire bill, while all can enjoy local, home-grown DJs on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
For more information about the current specials or any of Linkin House’s offerings, call 773-857-1111 or visit 2142 N. Clybourn Ave. in Chicago.
About Linkin House
Linkin House consists of more than 6,000 square feet, with three different levels, 36 HD flat-screen TVs and three bars. This is a place to relax, hang with friends and watch sports.
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