Winter Sports: Chicago Bars with a Shot Ski

Winter is coming. When you can't hit the slopes or Apres ski, why not head to a bar with a shot ski?

Updated December 27, 2018

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Taking a shot with friends from a shot ski is a fun apres ski activity, as well as a fun bonding activity during a night on the town. Here are the best places to find a shot ski in Chicago.

Bunny Slope is an Apres ski rental experience in the Acme Hotel. Reserve a hot tub for your squad and take shot from their house shot ski. You can rent the hot tub and sip cold drinks or hot totties in River North. For $150, you get the space for two hours, with a minimum hourly drink spend of $75-125 depending on the day. Shot ski optional.

Blackhawks fans pause to share a shot ski at Lottie's Pub.

Blackhawks fans pause to share a shot ski at Lottie's Pub.


Lottie's Pub has Pub Trivia Monday nights, you can choose whether the winners or losers get the shot ski. This Bucktown bar has a full menu and kids menu for families looking for a mix of fun and family. College sports fans cheer on the Kansas Jayhawks at Lottie's, as well as the Chicago Blackhawks.

Also an official Blackhawks bar, CrossRoads public house has a shot ski.

Diag Bar is a Michigan bar for Wolverines fans looking to cheer on their NCAA team during March Madness. Diag is a full bar and restaurant with craft beer on tap, vintage whiskey, bourbon, and tequila.  And a shot ski.

Beer lovers should head to Tapster for a beer flight shotski. Tapster has a variety of beers and kombuchas on tap that you can pour for yourself. Tapster is also home to fun activities like board game night Wednesdays and beer yoga on Saturdays.


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