“All major sporting events are shown on the eight TVs with satellite feeds; there’s not a bad seat in the house. There’s no kitchen, but free popcorn and snacks are putout everyday. Also, management doesn’t mind if you have food delivered from neighboring restaurants. Because of its proximity to the United Center, Dugan’s is a good place to go before and after Bulls and Blackhawks games. It offers party packages to fans. The front doors open onto the street in good weather, and there’s a beer garden in back. The bar itself features exposed brick and a variety of games, including darts.” – Metromix

“Here is a sample of the action taking place in Dugan’s: When not patrolling the water or the town, Chicago’s finest drink at Dugan’s,” Toscani told Francis Nyguchi as they entered the bar. I quit drinking and bar fighting in the mid-80’s, but I am still attracted to the sawdust on the floor, the jukebox and late nights, even if it’s so far away from my world now.” “Who says you can’t find a policeman when you need one?” Asked Francis as the trio walked in the front door. “All the cops are here.” “In Chicago, all you have to do is stop by Dugan’s on Halsted in Greek town,” Toscani explained. “This has been a cop bar since the early 1900’s. It’s small but all the woodwork is original and there are a few video games to keep everyone amused. My dad and Uncle John used to bring me here when I was a small boy. Don’t go expecting to get some frou-frou drinks – this is a beer-drinking establishment.” “Pitcher of Old Style,” Toscani told the waitress. –