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Eat and Drink Like a Mobster at These Chicago Hot Spots

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Back in the ‘20s, Al Capone and his associates would gather at this spot, formerly a speakeasy known as the 226 Club, to drink and blow off a little steam. The tunnels underneath the building allowed for easy booze delivery and provided a convenient escape route for Capone, who lived nearby.

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