Charlie’s Bar and Grill, 122 S.York St.
Charlie’s is having its usual Tailgate Sunday party, with a traditional pig roast and barbecue favorites. Hard core Bears fans can hang out on the patio to cheer their team to victory, and try their luck at winning a Bears jersey. Inside, Charlie’s has plenty of TVs on which to watch the game and offers its regular menu of bar favorites, salads, soups and sandwiches. Call (630) 834-5700.
Elmhurst Public House, 683 W. St. Charles Road
The Irish-themed bar is known for giving away a free Bears jersey during every game, and this weekend is no exception. Enjoy drink specials, along with their extensive menu of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and chicken. Call (630) 834-8989.
Arena Sports Grille, 630 W. Lake St.
Arena Sports Grille is an obvious choice for watching the game. One of DuPage County’s largest sports bars, Arena features 48 televisions, including eight 60-inch projection TVs. It is known to sports enthusiasts from miles around for always showing every NFL game, not to mention all the NBA, MLB and NCAA games, too. And, Arena has an extensive menu that includes all the typical bar favorites, from wings and poppers to salads, steaks and more than a dozen types of burgers. The number is (630) 832-3742.
Buffalo Wild Wings, 149 N. York St.
While it may be the noisiest place in town, isn’t that what makes football fun? You’re sure to find a lot of hard-core fans cheering on the Bears in front of Buffalo Wild Wing’s dozens of televisions. As the name indicates, it’s wings, wings and more wings, available with a choice of 14 different sauces, that keep people coming back. Call (630) 832-2999.
Riley’s Gathering Place, 590 S. York Road
For something on a smaller scale, Riley's provides a more intimate venue to watch the game—the kind of place where everybody knows your name. Riley’s has plenty of TVs and a menu of burgers, sandwiches and salads. Call (630) 530-0858.