Harry Carays Restaurant
|Formerly known as||
Chicago Varnish Company Building
33 West Kinzie Street
Chicago, Illinois 60654
|Designed by||Henry Ives Cobb|
|Neighborhood:||Near North Side|
- Chicago Tribune columnist Mike Royko may have the distinction of being the only person to ever to take back a piece of memorabilia from Harry Caray's. He demanded his picture back after learning about the restaurant's policy of not taking reservations. The restaurant has since changed its policy.
- 1987: Harry Caray's restaurant opened.
- July, 2001: The building was named a Chicago landmark.