Michael Jordan played his last game as a member of the Bulls in 1998. He continues to be remembered fondly and in fact is still the face of the franchise at the United Center. The home of the Bulls remains an ode to His Airness but tickets can be tricky. ScoreBig.com has Bulls tickets, and you’re guaranteed to save plus pay zero fees or shipping charges.
Chicago did not reach the playoffs in the six seasons after MJ retired, but recently they’ve been regular contenders with Derrick Rose leading the way. The United Center is the largest venue in the NBA, and Bulls fans annually lead the league in attendance. With big crowds come big appetites and there is no shortage of excellent food options while watching a Bulls game.
Sweet Baby Ray’s Smokehouse & BBQ: While this distinctly Chicago BBQ joint offers pulled pork, smoked turkey, and brisket sandwiches, the famous baby back ribs are the main event. Filling and juicy, they are nearly as memorable as the game. If you’re extra hungry or are looking for something different, try the mac and cheese triangles. *Price Range: $11-15
Windy City Grill: You can get your normal burger or hot dog here, but the popular Windy City Grill spices their options up with a 1/2 pound pork burger that includes Canadian bacon and BBQ sauce. It is simply referred to as “Da Burger.” They have a wide variety of sausages and brats, and a veggie burger for the health conscious. *Price Range: $6-9
Extreme Loaded Dog: Nothing says Chicago more than an exotic hot dog. At Loaded Dog you can pick your toppings for a unique and delicious experience. Pile on mac & cheese, jalapenos, or any other delight you’ve always dreamed of adding to a dog. *Price Range: $7.50
Madhouse Bar: All four corners of the 300 level have full-service Madhouse bars. You can watch the game from the bar and down a famous Madhouse Burger. The hand-formed patty with brown mustard, cheddar cheese, grilled onions, and a polish sausage on top is served on a pretzel roll and is sure to quench your appetite. The Madhouse Dog is equally as exotic. The bar also offers a wide range of beverages, adult and otherwise, to go along with your food. *Price Range: $9.75-10.75
Iron Works Bar and Grill: Between steak sandwiches, Chi-Town Chicken Clubs, and a wide variety of beer, Ironworks is a spot to relax while watching the game on the big screen and getting a great view of the Chicago skyline. *Price Range: $12
Ice Cream: On the 100 level there are four stands to get a soft served or hard scooped ice cream. The waffle cones are excellent and even the Haagen-Dazs bars are tasty. *Price Range: $5.50
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