WRIGLEYVILLE — Full Shilling Public House, the Wrigleyville sports bar and home to Clemson Tiger football fans, has closed after two decades.
Full Shilling, 3724 N. Clark St., announced its closure in a Facebook post Sept. 19, thanking patrons for the last 20 years and directing Clemson fans to Trace, its sister bar a few doors down at 3714 N. Clark St.
“A very special thank you to all of our loyal regulars, guests and fans,” said a note that was posted on Full Shilling’s door. “Clemson fans welcome to your new home at Trace!! Go Tigers!”
Full Shilling is the latest in a slew of longtime Wrigleyville bars that have closed since the pandemic.
Houndstooth Saloon closed in May, Chicago’s Blarney Stone closed in 2021 and Redmond’s Ale House closed in 2020.
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