Billy Goat Tavern

in Chicago, United States

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430 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
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N41° 53' 23.6364" W87° 37' 27.606"   (41.889899, -87.624335)
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The Billy Goat Tavern is a chain of taverns located in Chicago, Illinois. Its restaurants are based on the original Billy Goat Tavern founded in 1934 by Billy Sianis, a Greek immigrant. It achieved fame primarily through newspaper columns by Mike Royko, a supposed curse on the Chicago Cubs, and the Olympia Cafe sketch on Saturday Night Live.
It now has several locations in the Chicago area, including Navy Pier, the Merchandise Mart, O'Hare Airport, Midway Airport,
and the West Loop on Madison Street, just blocks from the United Center, and expanded to Washington, D.C. in 2005. The D.C. location is the first outside the Chicago area and is intended to appeal primarily to Chicago transplants, as well as students from the Georgetown University Law Center located across the street.


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Billy Goat Tavern

Address: 430 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611, USA