The Sianis Family would like to thank all of the Billy Goat Tavern fans for their years of unrelenting loyalty and support. This outpouring of affection and support from our customers and from our social media fans these past few days has touched our hearts deeply. We share your passion for the Tavern’s history, its…Details
November 9th – Billy Goat Navy Pier 9PM – 2AM Drink Specials: Bud & Bud Light $3 312 $4 Honkers Ale $4 Matilda Lambicus (rare) $4 Entertainment: DJ Karaoke, Bags and Ladder Ball We of course prefer the goatee. More details below: MORE INFORMATION: http://www.navypier.com/things2do/entertainment/special_events.html Tickets to the Mo’ Crawl are $15 (subject to increase) and include: Access…Details
The Bulls are back! ‘hoop it up at Billy Goat before the game!
Our Madison Ave. location is the original Bulls bar. We’re so close to the United Center that we even offer free shuttles to Bulls’ games–your feet.
The original Baaaaad House on Madison
This Halloween, visit Billy Goat Tavern – the favorite haunt of Chicago legends.
Happy Birthday to Former Senator, Secretary of State, First Lady and our good friend – Hillary Clinton!
Check out pictures from her 1996 Billy Goat visit:
On October 23, 2013 Chicago welcomes Bon Jovi to the United Center. We hear he’s known all over the world too. According to the internet he’s sold over 130 million albums – almost as many cheezborgers as we’ve served Chicago. We also heard that Bon Jovi’s famous song “Lay Your Hands on Me” was inspired…Details
That’s right, Cubs fans. It’s been 68 years since Billy Goat Sianis said the Cubs wouldn’t win the World Series again. Can you believe the goat still hasn’t seen a game? In fact, the last time the Cubs won the World Series was 1908. Their Opening Day pitcher’s name was Orval Overall, who went on…Details
This October, The Fear Haunted House comes to Navy Pier. Never go to a haunted house on an empty stomach. Stop by Billy Ghosts first!
Cheezborger. Cheezborger. Cheezborger. The stories that have made Billy Goat Tavern world-famous are the stuff of legend. Our good friend Rick Kogan has compiled the most complete history of Billy Goat Tavern in his book – A Chicago Tavern a Goat, a Curse, and the American Dream. It’s packed with tales that include: The antics of “Chicago’s…Details
After all, the Billy Goat hasn’t shut down since it opened in 1934. We know what it takes to brings Republicans and Democrats to the table – A NICE FAT CHEEZBORGER!
Don’t forget to show your support for your new favorite party with a souvenir t-shirt.