Demma's Bar & Grill 5805 W 87th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Demma's Bar & Grill has been in business in Oak Lawn since 1985. It features a large bar, several pool tables, a…More big-screen TV and darts, making it a great casual spot to stop in for food and drinks.
99 Grill & Bar 9848 Southwest Hwy, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Opened March 12, 2009, 99 Grill & Bar is known for its good mood and friendly staff. Many patrons call it their…More local Cheers. Rotating $1 specials for food and drinks are offered daily; the flame-grilled burgers top the menu. A large party room can be rented for any occasion.
Murphy's Law 9247 S Cicero Ave, Oak Lawn, IL60453 The owner of this traditional Irish bar is a strong believer in Murphy's Law. Murphy's Law states: "Anything…More that can go wrong, will go wrong." He says this motto has kept him on his feet in life and well prepared both in a personal and business sense. This bar has a massive burger and the customers are always friendly and will never refuse a drink.
George's Lounge 5407 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 George's Lounge has been a part of the Oak Lawn bar scene for many years. It offers live music and dancing seven…More days a week. Family-owned and operated, it also offers a limited food menu.
Krauss Gaslite Lounge 5130 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Krauss Gaslite Lounge offers a unique environment. With an interior lit by mainly gas light and a few standard electric…More fixtures, Krauss has been a part of the Oak Lawn community since 1951. The cash register was used in another bar that was at this location before the Gaslite opened, built in 1870.
BJ McMahon's 5432 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 BJ McMahon's is a sports bar and restaurant. This establishment offers a varied menu of pub fare, including burgers,…More steak fries, wings and sandwiches. There is a beer garden and a number of beers on tap available.
St. James Place 5305 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Locals call St. James Place "the entertainment bar." Indeed it carries arcade games, pool tables, dart boards and…More flat-screen TVs. St. James Place doesn't serve food, instead focusing on the variety and flavors of its drinks.