A new pub, The Green Post, will surely attract Premier League fans in Chicago. Officially open today, the space itself is reminiscent of Scotland and perfect for anyone looking for a good whiskey, or a cup of coffee in the morning.
The co-owners, who are behind both The Northman and Bar on Buena, are now embarking on a new adventure, bringing whiskey and savory pies to the states. The all-day pub is to be a public house or a tavern that promotes a sense of community, bringing the traditions and hospitality of the North Atlantic to Chicago. Bringing a traditional pub feel to Lincoln Square, The Green Post is a place where neighbors can gather to drink and share a laugh.
The pub has a charming facade, painted in a green hue that draws the eye. For those working remote, they’re serious about becoming a community staple. Inside, there are three large rooms to wander through, along with two outside garden spaces to check out.
They have a cafe that will be open from 7 AM to 2 PM, offering a quiet work zone Monday through Friday. Complete with WiFi, plenty of USB ports– and coffee and pastries of course! The space also showcases big TVs decorated with custom frames. When they’re not playing English Premier League matches, rugby games, and additional sports games, these large frames will showcase photos from local artists.
They’ve already started to establish themselves as a community fixture, participating in last month’s Lincoln Square Ravenswood Apple Fest. As of now, weekend service is expected to begin by October 29th with dinner and pub service to come soon after. Whether you grab a pint, a morning coffee or a savory pie, The Green Post will make you feel like you’ve ventured all the way over to Scotland but really, you’re still in Lincoln Square.
Address: 4749 N. Rockwell Street, Chicago IL 60625