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About Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch
Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch and the Chicago Sports Museum anchor the 7th floor of Water Tower Place on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. They combine to create a high-energy, 23,000 square foot complex offering dining, entertainment, private event venues and retail.
Executive Chef Joe Rosetti has put his own spin on classic American comfort food. Inventive burgers, farm fresh salads, oven-fired pizzas and hand-dipped milkshakes dominate. The menu is complemented by a wide selection of local craft beers, including Harry’s own 7th Inning Ale, brewed by local brewery Ale Syndicate. Innovative cocktails and a carefully curated wine list round out the drink list. Entrées start at $11.
Chicago, IL 60611
American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
*Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch*
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 8:30pm
Friday: 11:30am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am -6:00pm
*Chicago Sports Museum*
Please call the restaurant to check for museum hours or closures.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking available at Water Tower Place parking garage.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access
Located seven floors above Chicago’s historic Magnificent Mile, Harry Caray's combines with the Chicago Sports Museum as a premier event space that blends the luxury of Michigan Avenue with the city’s love for its legendary sports teams, creating an unparalleled Windy City experience.
Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch Ratings and Reviews
Came here because we had came by it last year but there was a 2 hour wait. This year we made reservations and our expectation were high. We were very disappointed though. The nachos were delicious and worth the price, but my friends chicken tacos were dry and tasted off. I had the Harry burger and I had asked for cheddar cheese instead of gouda and the cheddar cheese was strange. It wasnt melty, but almost like a cheese spread. My Pepsi was flat. Our waiter was very accommodating to our complaints tho and the manager even stopped at our table and was very professional.
Ate here on a Saturday afternoon before a kid's theatre performance nearby. Prompt, courteous and helpful server who was attentive to 6-9 year old's food tastes,. Food was really good, especially my fried chicken plate that also had great mac, bacon and cheese as a side. Wife had dietary restrictions that were accommodated nicely.
Dinner at Harry Caray’s was the perfect end to a day of shopping in downtown Chicago. All of us, 4 tired adults, 1 moody teenager, a 10 year old with attitude and an 18 month old who was just happy playing with his toy cars, had a wonderful dinner that arrived promptly and correctly. There are a couple food allergies in our group that were accomodated perfectly. Highly recommend for a casual dinner with family and friends.
Our first and last time at this restaurant. We thought it would obviously be a great time to watch the Cubs play LA in the Championship Series on their big screens. But they had spotty service and then lost the signal so we couldn't watch the game. So we streamed the game on Hulu on my son's cell phone until we could get the check to leave. We had to wait a long time for service even though the restaurant was not crowded. We ordered a cupcake for my BD which tasted like cardboard that had freezer burn. Very disappointing and we will not return.
Second time dining here. Good food and atmosphere just like the first time. Another great experience. Will definitely be going here again when we come back to Chicago. TIP FOR DINERS: Ask for the Harry Caray booth to see up close memorabilia from this late legendary Cubs announcer. GO CUBS!
We made a reservation online for 8:30 pm but were not informed that the restaurant was closing at 9:00 until we arrived. We felt that we were rushed to order, eat and leave. Had we known that our reservation was so close to the restaurant closing time, we would not have eaten there that night. The food was mediocre for the price we paid.
This place was great! Fun atmosphere and great service. My family made a special trip downtown to take my 10 year old son to the Chicago Sports Museum...which he has been wanting to do for a couple years. We live in the northwest suburbs and made a special trip on the train to eat and check out the museum. We all had a blast and didn't want to leave! We will definitely have to do this again.
The food was great -- especially the burgers. We had several kids with us and they each could find something to enjoy on the kids' menu, along with very festive ice cream sundaes in souvenir hats (a hit!). The service was really great and totally unflappable, even with the number of kiddos we had. Would go back for sure. And while we couldn't stay for the museum, it's nice that they give you passes you can use to come back sometime in the future.
We loved Harry Carey's. The food was excellent and our server, Regina was delightful. We had the special, burgers and pizza. Everything was tasty and the portions were perfect. Be sure to get the banana, Nutella shake for dessert. For the real treat, don't miss the Chicago sports museum!!
We went to HCSIS for a meal when we went and visited the city. This place was the highlight of our trip. We loved the food and our server Christ was amazing. He was happy and checked on us often but not too often to be annoying. Just the right amount. He topped off our drinks as soon as he saw our cups were empty and changed our TV to the Cubs game when we asked. Not to mention he seated us right next to a window with a view as well. 10 stars our of 5.
I don't anticipate returning to this Harry Caray's. My wife and I were there early on a weeknight and there were few diners in the restaurant. Our server had very little enthusiasm, didn't introduce herself and generally seemed like we were a bother to her. The food was adequate, but there are many places to get excellent pub food.
Something on the menu for everyone. Pleasant and relaxed atmosphere, good service. Admission to the fun and interactive Chicago Sports Museum (included with dining reciept) was a nice treat. Would recommend both. Walked across the street to a matinee at the Lookingglass Theater. All thumbs up.
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