Located on the corner of Cortland and Winchester, Lottie’s Pub offers a wide selection of beer and liquor as well as a menu stacked with bar favorites including sandwiches, salads and burgers. Its mystifying past blended with its longstanding reputation as a local pub and landmark provides the perfect incentive for Chicagoans stop by and check out a piece of city history.
From large celebrations to small, Lottie’s has the perfect space for your next event.
It's the roaring 20's and the city of Chicago rightfully gains its reputation as he nation's example of lawlessness during the reign of Republican Mayor "Big Bill" Thompson.
The city's power-brokers, a coalition of corrupt politicians, brokers, real estate developers, tax assessors, and gangsters, join forces to fix the books and make money off the city, while the public is distracted with the issues of Prohibition.
Chicago's dirty reputation becomes a focus of change with the election of a new democratic mayor, Anton Cermak. Sources say he becomes disliked by the coalition who previously ruled the city.
Turmoil ignites as Cermak tightens his reigins on Chicago mob scene. Perhaps it is fate that catches up with him, as Cermak is assassinated while campaigning with FDR.
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