4044 N. OAKLAND AVE.
Camp Bar’s decorations are in your face and in every corner of the room. There is no shortage of the holiday spirit throughout the bar – even the animals on the walls are dressed up in festive looks.
2311 N. MURRAY AVE.
The ins and outs of Izzy Hops welcome you with a more elegant approach to the holiday season. Throughout an ambient red light fills the room, while small touches like wreaths and ornaments line the walls.
2608 N. DOWNER AVE.
Café Hollander nailed the curb appeal this holiday season with the bright festive lights all along the outside. But what really makes this one special is the heated, decorated domes for a unique eating experience.
2017 E. NORTH AVE.
Before you even step into Hooligan’s a festive Christmas tree and presents stand outside for a great photo opportunity. As you go in, colorful lights and ornaments fill the place, making it have lots of holiday cheer.
1110 N. OLD WORLD THIRD ST.
From a block away you can see all of Third Street Tavern’s decor lighting up the inside. Once you’ve stepped in, there are decorations everywhere, making a festive holiday wonderland. The best part is their “Good vibes only” wall for many photo-ops with friends.
1701 N. ARLINGTON PL.
The picture doesn’t capture the essence of the holiday cheer in Hi Hat. Anywhere a decoration could possibly go, it was placed there. From the giant candy canes lining the stairway to the blow-up snowman, this bar hit the mark.
1125 N. OLD WORLD 3RD ST.
Walking down the sidewalk, Uncle Bucks is an eye-catcher. It took a classic approach to its holiday decor. Wreaths, white lights, and Christmas bows sum up this whimsical time of the year.
1327 E. BRADY ST.
Subtle decorations fill Saint Bibiana. From the Christmas tree to the lights, and even snowflake window patches, the decorations add lots of delicacy and cheerfulness to the bar.