Bears season is almost here! Cactus Bar & Grill offers game day ticket holders (or anyone that wants to get closer to the action) complimentary transportation to and from Soldier Field on the Cactus Shuttle. Continuous, round-trip bus service will be available 90 minutes before the game starts until 60 minutes after the game ends.
Free Parking will be offered to all football fans (with any $25 purchase). This offer is valid at the Traders Park Garage, 326 South Wells.
Don’t have tickets to the game? Cactus Bar and Grill features the NFL Ticket and all games will be shown on ten 42″ screens and three 10 foot projection screens. There is not a bad seat in the house. In addition to Cactus’ full menu offering, Saturday and Sunday’s football food special is $5 half-pound burgers and fries. Bar specials include a $5 Bloody Mary Bar and $16 Miller Lite buckets.
Metra Riders:Cactus is two blocks from the LaSalle Station, three blocks from Union Station and six blocks from Ogilvie.
“El” Riders: LaSalle (Blue, Orange, Red, Purple and Brown lines).
2) TIMOTHY O-TOOLE’S PUB Where: Timothy O’Toole’s Pub Chicago
622 N. Fairbanks Court
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 642-0700 www.timothyotooles.com
When: Bears Home Game Days
Chicago Bears ticketholders: for all home games, including pre-season,Timothy O’Toole’s “Bears Bus” will be available to transport you to and from Soldier Field. The Miller Lite Monster’s of the Midway shuttle bus leaves Timothy O’Toole’s Pub in Streeterville one hour and fifteen minutes before kick-off. A $10 fee includes beverages on the bus.
Pre and post-game dining is available, including weekend brunch with bottomless mimosa bar ($16), bottomless bloody mary buffet ($20), lunch, dinner and late night eats.Please call Timothy O’Toole’s Pub for shuttle seat reservations. Reservations are recommended, but not required for transportation.Sunday’s specials include Miller/Coors family buckets (5 beers) for $16 and Jack Daniels/Jack Daniels Honey cocktails for $5. No game ticket? O’Toole’s has over 60 large screen televisions that will tune in to cheer on Chicago’s blue and orange.