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Glascott’s: A Legacy of Cheer in Chicago

Glascott’s Saloon, established in 1937 by the Glascott family, has been a key fixture in Chicago’s bar scene for generations. Originally Larry’s Tavern, it was renamed and has since become renowned for its lively St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, recognized as one of the Midwest’s best Irish pubs. Glascott’s plays a significant role in local social life, often being the starting point for many couples and hosting unique events, including a memorable incident involving a racing horse inside the bar. Its long history and vibrant atmosphere have made it a cherished place for building friendships and family memories.