Source: Tasting Table
The first fun fact about this Wrigleyville property is that it was named for Chicago architect Zachary Taylor Davis, who designed Wrigley Field in 1914. The second: Cubs fans won’t go hungry. Doors to the 173-room hotel opened just this month, and ever since, folks have been lining up at Big Star, West Town Bakery & Tap, Alma, Smoke Daddy, Jeni’s and Mordecai—and there’s more still to come. Consider these environs just one more way Chicagoans continue to fly the W after the Cubs broke their 108-year World Series victory drought in 2016.