Amid skyscrapers, near Chicago's golden mile, nearly one block away from the river is the famous Harry Caray's restaurant. Well, one of them, because the famous radio commentator has several restaurants, taverns and bars throughout the city, including at the airport. But, perhaps, this is one of the most legendary and well-known. First for its construction because it's a classic building: a three story red brick colonial ... Quite a contrast to the concrete poles that look down and give shade most of the day. This building dates from 1895 and became a restaurant in 1987. A giant mural with a caricature of the owner and a huge baseball bat is at the entrance of the restaurant.