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3740 N Clark St · interesting places nearby
Gingerman Tavern information
The pool tables, large and eclectic beer selection, and pierced-and-tattooed patrons make the Gingerman wonderfully different from the surrounding Wrigleyville sports bars. Singer-songwriters often play on the back-room stage. The name technically changed to 'GMan Tavern' a few years ago, but everyone still calls it the Gingerman. It's a splendid spot to pass an evening.