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The food is great. 11 courses using 6 wines so don't be in any hurry and make sure your hungry. Each plate is not huge but there are so many of them you will be full by the end. They will throw you for a loop at some point but it was good. I think my favorite was the Octopus with egg plant. It's a difficult dish to get right but they did and the Octopus was melt in your mouth tender. I've had 3 very memorable meals in my life and this has become number 1. It isn't cheap but in the end I thought it was worth it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The first venture from newly formed hospitality collective Out To Lunch, led by critically acclaimed Chicago chef Charles Welch (Honey’s, Sepia, mk) and Creative Director Andrew Miller (Honey’s, Fine Diving), Good Fortune is a seafood-focused pop-up stationed in the former Sink | Swim space in Logan Square. The menu showcases Welch’s longstanding love of seafood, boasting offerings that go far beyond the standard seafood tower with dishes such as a la carte offerings influenced by various coastal regions, as well as his own unique interpretation of a raw bar. The bar program, led by beverage director David Disney (Sparrow, Salero, GT Fish & Oyster), offers straightforward cocktails presented tableside, including classic vodka and gin martinis (prepared dirty by request with house made olive caviar), as well as various high balls. Good Fortune is open for dinner service only, Wednesday through Sunday.More
Seaside's is a place that captures the delicious flavors of my summers growing up on the Jersey Shore. Memories of crispy fried chicken, slow-cooked ribs & fresh lobster dinners have inspired a menu made for you to bring home & enjoy with your family & friends.
These three iconic dishes are the foundation of our very simple menu, made from quality ingredients for an honest price. Our food is expertly cooked. Fresh everytime. Perfectly packed & ready fast.
I hope that our food creates memories for you like it has for me.
Sincerely, Bill "Seaside" NevruzMore
TK Grille is an all American cuisine restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Also delivering room service. Delicious steaks, salmon, pasta, and wide variety of daily features to satisfy all types of appetites. Our modern designed restaurant showcases Boos butcher block tables, gorgeous stone fireplace setting to relax and enjoy. Whether you're looking for a fine wine or a simple beverage, TK Grille also offers a wide range of domestic and imported beers in its full service lounge.More
Tamales, a Mexican joint, serves fresh cuisine in a relaxed, casual environment. Ideal for a date, family outing or friendly gathering, it offers plenty of seating and friendly service. Tamales also has catering services for special events and business functions. With its full bar, the restaurant has plenty of beers, wines and specialty drinks to pair with your meal.
The dinner menu at Tamales features favorites like quesadillas, tacos, fajitas and, of course, tamales. Additional entrée options include the salmon burrito, filet mignon, enchiladas and grilled vegetable burrito. A kids’ menu offers little ones tasty specialties. For dessert, opt for a sweet treat like key lime pie, bread pudding, banana bread or classic caramel flan.More
We’re proud to be one of Chicagoland’s first craft breweries, firing up our first batch of Paddy Pale Ale back in 1996.
We chose the name Wild Onion in honor of the origins of Chicago’s name. “Che-cau-gua” was the phrase the original inhabitants of the region, the Potawatomi, used to describe the wild onions that grew throughout the area’s wetlands near the shores of Lake Michigan. We loved the imagery of the early French Canadian fur traders paddling their canoes down the Chicago River, surrounded by the distinctly aromatic wild onions as they approached the “big lake”. We believed it was the perfect name for a new brewery with old ties to the city.More