This North Suburban corner bar opened during the late-1880s as a tavern, and the rooming house was where the Glenview residents met to incorporate the village in 1899. Many, many decades later, Glenview House has traded in the saloon for more modern trappings, like pool tables, foosball, electronic darts and assorted video/pinball games. Decent beer is on tap, Cubs games are on TV and a roster of crazy-sounding shots like Dr. McGillicuddy, Rumple Minze and Tattoo Red Licorice are ready for you to order. There's also plenty of sandwiches, snack foods and pizza, karaoke on Wednesday nights and the occasional classic rock band.
Average cost: <$10