(Now Closed)
Breakfast Spot · Bucktown
1647 N Milwaukee Ave (at W North Ave), Chicago, IL 60647, United States
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  • What you need to know
    Phil K.
    "Try the migas bark and whatever else comes recommended."(2 Tips)
    "Byob, farm fresh ingredients, and friendly staff.."(2 Tips)
    Liz H.
    "your charcutery needs!"(2 Tips)
    Travel Channel
    "week Chef Rob Levitt buys a pig or two to butcher"(3 Tips)
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  • BYOB
  • migas bark
  • salads
  • charcuterie
  • pistachios
  • butcher shops
  • carrots
  • charcuterie plate
  • goat cheese
  • friendly staff
  • honey
  • fresh food
  • Liz H.

    A wonderful place, now unfortunately gone. Don't despair though! The amazing folks who cooked here have opened a butcher shop called the butcher and larder to fulfill all your charcutery needs!

    Liz Homsy · December 19, 2012
  • Jaye J.

    CLOSED!!! CLOSED for over a year

    Jaye Jalso · December 16, 2012
  • Travel Channel

    Every week Chef Rob Levitt buys a pig or two to butcher and for $50 you can get a front-row seat to see how it's done. -- Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods Read more

    Travel Channel · March 3, 2011
  • Alison

    The charcuterie plate is delicious! Byob, farm fresh ingredients, and friendly staff..

    Alison · August 13, 2010
  • Andrew V.

    Migas bark is nice, but kinda boring solo. Go with the rice pudding and blueberries

    Andrew Violette · August 8, 2010
  • Phil K.

    And do not skip dessert. Try the migas bark and whatever else comes recommended.

    Phil Koesterer · May 2, 2010
  • Phil K.

    The roasted carrots with goat cheese, pistachios and honey are fantastic.

    Phil Koesterer · May 2, 2010
  • SlowFoodGirl

    try the salads - spectacular and perfectly balanced - a far cry from the sad mixed greens most places serve up.

    SlowFoodGirl · April 26, 2010
  • Colleen

    Food is really fresh. Skip the dessert. Friendly waitstaff.

    Colleen · April 18, 2010
  • Rémy T.

    At the time of this message, cassoulet is all the rage is Chicago, and Mado doesn't disappoint.

    Rémy Thenot-Siegel · February 6, 2010
  • Jessica K.

    Ah-Maz-Ing! Great food and BYOB!

    Jessica Knobbe · January 27, 2010
  • Bree F.

    NOT open for brunch, despite what the Web site says. You'd think they would update that.

    Bree F · January 17, 2010