Dog lovers can join Cody’s Public House on Sunday, February 13 from 1-4 p.m. for their first annual Puppy Bowl viewing party. The dog-friendly event will offer a Puptail cocktail party with human-themed cocktails. Ten percent of sales proceeds will be donated to PAWS Chicago.
Customers can also enter a raffle for Cody’s brand dog bandanas. The program will be broadcast on eight 65-inch televisions around the bar for a total of 10 throughout the space. Weather permitting, you can cozy up in the year-round fire pit with their furry friends.
A staple in the Roscoe Village/West Lakeview neighborhood reopened last month. Former owner Gene Frankowski bought the bar in 1986 and ran it for more than 30 years as Cody’s Public House, named after his dog until it closed in 2019.
Frankowski sold the building to the Red Door Tavern Group (The Graystone Tavern, The Rambler Kitchen + Tap) in September 2021 and has honored the bar’s history with tasteful restorations and amenities that have made it a true neighborhood gem from Chicago.
Today, the bar stays true to the past by being a dog-friendly space, offering various spaces for dogs and humans to enjoy a game and a drink. One of the highlights is the beer garden out back, with plenty of play space for humans and their furry friends.
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