Also a legendary tavern in Chicago named for its Greek founder, Billy Goat Sianis who, "came to America with $5 in his pocket, and died with a half-million friends" (to quote one of them). Perhaps due to the original spot's location on Lower Michigan Avenue (situated directly between the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune) it was frequented by reporters and columnists (notably Mike Royko) who, in due time, came to write about it.

The Sianis family still own the place today, only it has become a chain of places in order to capitalize on the status of tourist attraction they gained when John Belushi sent them up on Saturday Night Live back in the 1970s...(Cheezborger! Cheezborger! Cheezborger! No fries, chips!)

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