Bill Sianis joined the crew at WGN Radio 720. He talked all things Billy Goat. From the breaking of The Curse and the G.O.A.T to the launch of the newest Billy Goat Burgers available at Jewel-Osco. And of course he brought some samples and some beers to share with the crew! Did you hear his…Details
Billy Blanks and the cast of Celebrity Sweat were in Chicago filming an episode. They spent some time with Special Olympics Illinois and led a yoga session with the help of Kyle Hendricks from the World Champion Chicago Cubs. No trip to Chicago is EVER complete without a stop at the World Famous Billy Goat…Details
Billy Goat Tavern has always been a hangout for Chicago’s reporters. Every bar stool has a story. The original Billy Goat on Madison Street attracted reporters who covered events at the Chicago Stadium across the street. When Billy Goat moved his tavern to its current location under Michigan Avenue, reports flocked to the new subterranean Goat…Details
Bring home America’s favorite Cheezborger. They are only available at Jewel-Osco. Remember, “No. Fries, Chips! No Pepsi, COKE!
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August 4th is International Beer Day! Isn’t that every day? Stop by Billy Goat and choose from our international selection of 2 beers.
What goes best with a Billy Goat Lager or Billy Goat Dark? A Cheezborger and chips!
Be sure to catch this act. Billy Goat is at Wicker Park Fest this weekend! Saturday, July 29th, Noon – 10 p.m. Sunday, July 30th, Noon – 10 p.m. On Milwaukee Ave., from North Ave. to Paulina St. Try the award-winning “Curse-breaker” Burger at Wicker Park Fest this weekend! Wicker Park Fest reflects the neighborhood’s rich…Details
Roscoe Village knows a great burger when they taste one! Our “Curse-Breaker” received the Critics Choice Award at Roscoe Village Burger Fest. The “Curse-Breaker” is our legendary double cheezborger topped with bacon, grilled onions, pickles and jalapeño. Now you can find the “Curse-Breaker” at any of our restaurant locations. You can also make one for yourself by…Details
In 1967, three years after opening on Hubbard Street, Billy expands into an adjoining space that used to be a parking ramp. He hires workmen to put up wood paneling on the walls, and for one day at least, as Sun-Times columnist Tom Fitzpatrick describes it, the place “looked like your classic suburban recreation room.”…Details