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Eat and Drink Like a Mobster at These Chicago Hot Spots

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During the Prohibition era, patrons could grab a bite on the main floor before sneaking downstairs into a speakeasy said to have been run by mobster Dean O’Banion, one of Al Capone's rivals. The downstairs speakeasy remains open today.

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