And so what if you’re not particularly well-versed in the sport of baseball.If you don’t mind hot dogs and beer and are able to explain the infield fly rule, you are ahead of the game.
Baseball is to men what shoes are to women, a necessary part of life.
The best thing about attending a baseball game, opposed to basketball or football, is that the season takes place during the warmer months and there is room for some distraction.
Baseball, though exciting, isn’t as intense as the other sports, allowing for some shameless flirting in between batters and innings.
Wrigley Field, the second-oldest ballpark in the majors behind Boston’s Fenway Park, is Chicago’s classic male hangout.
If there’s one thing that men enjoy as much as (if not more than) baseball, it's beer.
At Goose Island’s Clybourn Brewpub, Chicago’s Craft Beer, you can relax and enjoy a wide variety of distinctive, crafted beers at the same time as you watch those unique beers being brewed, in-house.
And if you're a beer lover, take part in Goose Island’s monthly gathering, a literal beer-swap of Chicago area Beer Advocate members. ”' Hitting up Chicago's various neighborhoods can help you find a new man in the Windy City.
Chicago, known for being one of the most passionate sports towns in the United States, just might be a single woman’s metropolis for meeting men.
When you consider that Chicago is home to the Bulls, the Bears and the Cubs, the odds of finding at least one good guy somewhere in the mix of all those professional sports increase dramatically.