Monday, September 27, 2010
All Day Celebration 11:00am-2:00am
Soldier Field shuttle bus for ticketholders departs at 6:15pm ($10)
Bears vs Packers game viewing party, 7:30pm kickoff
Post-Game Party with Patrick Mannelly to follow
No fee to attend
“Patrick Mannelly Day” will be in full effect at Timothy O’Toole’s Pub, as the Chicago Bear breaks Steve McMichael’s record for most consecutive games played (191) during Monday’s home game versus the Green Bay Packers. This will be his 192nd game played for the Chicago franchise. Mannelly also recently broke Walter Payton’s 190 game marker.
The Streeterville sports pub, named “Best Chicago Bears Bar” by the Chicago Reader and Metromix, will celebrate the NFL player throughout the day and night with jersey giveaways (various players, some autographed), pints of orange and blue beer ($3), Chicago-style hot dogs ($1.92) and more. Monday night’s football viewing party will kick off the season-long Superbowl ticket giveaway promotion. This year, Patrick Mannelly’s very own pair of Superbowl seats will be awarded to one lucky winner (names collected weekly will be eligible to win at a later date).
Following the Packers game, shown with sound on 60 flat screen televisions, Patrick Mannelly will head to Timothy O’Toole’s Pub for his celebratory party. Mannelly plans to meet and greet fans and sign memorabilia and he may be joined by fellow teammates.
Ticketholders may board the Soldier Field Shuttle Bus, departing from Ontario and Fairbanks at 6:15pm ($10 fee includes beer on the bus). Riders will be driven back to the pub for the post-game, Mannelly party. Monday Night Football’s ongoing specials will be available: $4 Cuervo (Silver or Gold) Margaritas and shots; $6.50 jumbo draughts of Sam Adams Octoberfest; $4.99 taco platters.
Timothy O’Toole’s Pub
622 N. Fairbanks Ct.
Chicago, IL 60611