1758 N. Sedgwick St., Chicago, IL 60614
Monday through Thursday Open at 4:30
Friday:Open at 11:30 am
Saturday & Sunday: Open at:10:00 am
We are the oldest continually running tavern in Chicago. The corner of Sedgwick and Menomonee (proudly located in the historic Old Town Triangle District) has been host to our friendly neighborhood destination since 1885. Not even Prohibition could stop the serving of libations at this location. Openly serving drinks since the 19th century, Marge’s became a literal underground speakeasy. Bathtub gin was prepared on the second floor and sold in the cellar, with guests entering through the side stairwell. As times change, so have the interior and façade. Marge's once sported stained glass lighting fixtures, pinball machines, an upright piano, and barely any windows. This best of dive bars has been restructured into a restaurant, the menu ranging from pub fare to bistro entrees. A far cry from its boisterous predecessor, Marge’s Still is an open and airy place to dine with tall windows facing onto Sedgwick. The only thing remaining from its inception is the antique wooden bar.