Readers' Choice: What's the Best Place to Watch a Game?

Lemont has plenty of places to grab a delicious meal and a cold drink. We want to know where you go to cheer on your favorite teams.

The Bulls and the Blackhawks have their eyes on the playoffs, and baseball season is right around the corner. There's really no better time of year for Chicago sports fans.

Thankfully, Lemont has an abundance of bars and restaurants to choose from when you're looking for a fun spot to catch a game.

In today's installment of "Readers' Choice," we're asking Patch readers to vote for their favorite place to cheer on their team.

In alphabetical order, here are the nominees:

, 12371 Derby Road

, 309 Canal St.

, 319 Front St.

, 1131 State St.

, 302 Main St.

, 221 Main St.

, 14196 McCarthy Road

, 103 Stephen St.

, 308 Canal St.

, 110 Stephen St.

How to Vote

To pick your favorite, simply take a moment to click on each business and post a review in our Places DirectoryThe “Readers' Choice” winner will be based on the reviews received on each directory listing, as well as the comments below.

Reviews posted between Monday morning and noon Friday will be taken into account during scoring.

And Patch fans, let's keep comments constructive and friendly. Obviously opinions will vary, but this feature is meant to highlight the great things about Lemont businesses, not the bad.

We want to collect as many reviews as possible, so be sure to tell your friends to visit Lemont Patch and submit their comments, too.

If you have a suggestion for a future Local Favorite topic or if your favorite business is missing from our list, email Lemont Patch Editor Amanda Luevano at amanda@patch.com.

John Quinn March 26, 2012 at 10:14 PM
The big screen in the old Barber Shop at Tom's Place with the jukebox shut down and the Blatz flowing............... & of course on Wednesday nights when JQ is working........
Kevin March 29, 2012 at 10:05 PM
3 Corners has the food, drink and tv's to make every game a great time!


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