Billy Goat Tavern and Grill

Billy Goat Tavern and Grill is a legendary Chicago restaurant with eight locations around the country, including one at Chicago O'Hare Airport. The original location was established in 1934 by William "Billy Goat" Sianis. Sianis bought the tavern for $205, with a check that bounced but was later repaid with sales from the first weekend. The tavern was located across from the Chicago Stadium and attracted thousands of sports fans. Sianis became known as "Billy Goat," when a goat fell off a passing truck and wandered inside. Sianis adopted the goat, grew a goatee, acquired the nickname "Billy Goat," and changed the name of the bar to the Billy Goat Tavern.

In 1964, Billy Goat moved his flagship tavern to its present subterranean location in downtown Chicago. The Billy Goat Tavern has since expanded to include locations on Washington Street (Loop), Wells Street (South Loop), the "Billy Goat Inn" on Madison Avenue (United Center), Navy Pier, O'Hare (Terminal 1, Concourse C), and Washington D.C.

Location: Terminal One

Hours: 6:00 am - 9:30 pm