Lunch at Chicago's Famous Miller's Pub!

Miller's Pub was opened by the Miller brothers in 1935. In 1950, three brothers of Greek descent, Pete, Nick, and Jimmy Gallios, pooled all of their resources and purchased the flailing Miller's Pub. However, they didn't have the additional $500 to change the sign, so the name stayed. In 1953. after finishing his military service, younger brother Vannie worked his way into a stake in the pub. Over the years they imprinted not only their work ethic but their personalities on the pub. It became one of the most famous late-night spots Chicago had to offer. In 1989, Miller's Pub moved to its current location on Wabash Ave. Today, cousins Aris and Andy Gallios have taken the torch and work as tirelessly as their fathers to maintain the family legacy and carry on Miller’s tradition. Miller's Pub 134 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60603 (312) 263-4988 Wednesday - Sunday 11:30 am - 2 am

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