Byron is an old-school Chicago hot dog stand, and we think it’s one of the best in town. Sitting in bleachers at the game? We hope so. And luckily, Byron’s is only a few blocks north of the entrance on Sheffield and Waveland. There are a few picnic benches outside and the hot dogs and brats here are both better and cheaper than at Wrigley Field.
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Where to eat and drink in Wrigleyville during baseball season (and the rest of the year, too).
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