Doors 6pm. The movie “Chicago Cubs World Series Game #7” starts at 8pm.
Tables, *Cabanas and *Sofas seat 6 people. You must purchase the minimum specified during ticket selection. * Cabanas and Sofas must purchase bottle service.
About This Weeks Movie (“Chicago Cubs World Series Game #7”):
With Playoff baseball coming, we thought it would only be appropriate to get us all in the mood for some October baseball. Join us this Tuesday for a special rendition of “Movies and a Margarita”.
Game Summary: Kris Bryant started to smile even before he fielded the ball. And with his throw to first for the final out, the agonizing wait `til next year was over at last. No more Billy Goat, no more Bartman, no more black-cat curses.
For a legion of fans who waited a lifetime, fly that W: Your Chicago Cubs are World Series champions. Ending more than a century of flops, futility and frustration, the Cubs won their first title since 1908, outlasting the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in 10 innings of a Game 7 thriller.
They even had to endure an extra-inning rain delay to end the drought. “It happened. It happened. Chicago, it happened,” first baseman Anthony Rizzo said after gloving the ball for the final out. “We did it. We’re world champions. I tell ya, we’re world champions. I can’t believe it.”
Rizzo put that final ball in his pocket as the Cubs piled up in the middle of the diamond, David Ross got carried off the field by his teammates and Bill Murray partied in the clubhouse.
And the whole time, blue-clad fans who traveled from Wrigley Field filled nearly the entire lower deck behind the Chicago dugout at Progressive Field, singing “Go, Cubs, Go!” in rain. They held up those white flags with the large blue “W” on a night many of their forebears had waited for in vain.
Lovable losers for generations, the Cubs nearly let this one get away, too. All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman blew a 6-3 lead with two outs in the eighth when Rajai Davis hit a tying, two-run homer.
But the Cubs, after tormenting their fans one more time, came right back after a 17-minute rain delay before the top of the 10th. Series MVP Ben Zobrist hit an RBI double and Miguel Montero singled home a run to make it 8-6. Davis delivered an RBI single with two outs in the bottom half, but Mike Montgomery closed it out at 12:47 a.m., and the celebration was on.
Join us Tuesday….and relive the epic Game 7 showdown between the Cubs and Indians.
* Dress Code:
— Be fashion forward, keep it trendy, and look your best! We expect our guests to make an effort when visiting our venue on all occasions. In all instances the decision of the management team is final. Any exercise of discretion under this dress code shall be applied in a gender-neutral, nondiscriminatory manner, in accordance with all applicable law. All decisions are final.
* Limited Capacity. Face Masks required upon arrival for entry.
* Coat Check:
— All Night Coat Check – $3
* Payment Types Accepted:
— Both Cash and Credit/Debit are accepted at door and bar.
* ATM Machine located inside of venue.
– We suggest you download SpotHero & pay in advance to park in the Addison & Clark garage in front of Moe’s Wrigley for as low as $10.
MOE’S CANTINA (WrigleyVille)
3518 N. Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657
Doors Open at 6PM. Movie at 8PM.