The goat was amazing! The creme caramel dessert was also good.
Stop by on Mondays for the three-course $28 farm menu.
Every dish (sliced flat iron steak with kimchi; pork loin paired with candied peanuts) is at home in the renovated space, which transformed the cramped bar into an expansive, light-filled room.
KICK ASS BAR. Candlelight makes for a very sexy atmosphere. Excellent, elevated food to match craft cocktails makes for a killer combination.
Sitting at the bar is rewarded with a gratis two-sip cocktail based on a forgotten classic, and free cookies are served warm from the oven at midnight.
Homemade chocolate chip cookies at midnight and delightful cocktails!
Cool place. Great atmosphere, despite being eyed down pretty hard by a few what I assume are locals when I walked in. Damn good beer. Get the Anti-Hero IPA, you won't be disappointed.
Located in trendy Logan Square, Revolution Brewing is one of Chicago’s artisanal brewing companies. Try the Bacon Fat Popcorn at their restaurant, which also has vegan-friendly options. Read more.
Popcorn. You'll understand and comply upon arrival
Where do I start? This was a fun spot and a great option when out with friends. Try the pork belly, pulled pork, & the Frito Pie.
Don't bring vegetarians here
When Austin,TX settled down, had kids, and moved to Chicago. Get anything (except the salmon)
A New Haven style slice in a stuffed pizza town? The crust is a must. Look for Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen's famous 5-necked guitar hanging from the rafters!
The crispy pies hold a lot of weight, so after you choose your pizza style—red, white or New Haven plain—start picking toppings. (If you’re really going New Haven–style, try one with clams and bacon.)
Pick up a growler of Camel Toe. Also make sure you currently don't have a camel toe.
Be sure to order a side of duck heart gravy to dip the French fries that you have with the best cheeseburger in Chicago!!
The generous schmear of mayo, the melted American cheese and the chopped raw onions that cut through the beef with a piquant bite are the real stars of this burger. http://tmoutchi.us/YmTIHi Read more.
The General Jane's Fried Chicken ($16.50), which is twice fried and lacquered with a dark, sticky and entirely addictive honey-ginger-chili sauce, is a must-have. Read more.
The scallop with oxtail was one of the best bites I've had all year. Also the bone marrow was wonderful meaty goodness.
A Road trip must: This "classic yet modern pub" that sports kobe meatballs with creamy polenta and parsley pesto. Bonus: A 6 bedroom inn for when the food coma sets in. Read more.
Logan Square's gastropub, with a kick-ass whisky selection, has made national headlines and even got a Michelin star. Like a nose-to-tail approach? So does chef Jared Wentworth. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
First time here-great beer, great staff. Super crowded on a Sat afternoon and the bartender was solo. He handled it with total professionalism and attention. I'm going back...SOON!
High-quality toilet paper in the ladies' room. Very impressed.
Kedzie Ave. brewery is open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays, from 2-10pm. It offers complimentary guided tours every Wednesday through Saturday at 6pm.
We came to the tour, but when we sat at the tap room we decide to stay. The staff is very friendly and welcome. The beers and food are amazing.
Think Willy wonka but beer!!!!
Incredible new facility being built in Chgo! Toured the main floor months before it's open to the public. Once open, the tour from the catwalk will be a must see & the tap room will rock, literally!
Stay for the mussels. Great beer selection. A pioneer in craft brewing when it comes to bringing it to Chicago.
Always a bit more crowded than I'd wish, but with reason. Incredible beer selection and tasty food like mussels w/frites. Never had a bad beer there, out of dozens I've tried.
Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. With 150 beers on tap, including Trappist ales and mead, try to order something other than a Stella Artois. Read more.