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This restaurant is in a great location and it's cool that the El runs over it. The menu is varied and the prices were reasonable. The service was very fast and efficient and that was great since we had an event to attend.
Under the "L" tracks on Wabash next to the Palmer House this Chicago pub is a wonder. BBQ ribs are the speciality and they are great. Prompt attentive service and reasonable prices makes this a can't miss in downtown.
We ate here because we were staying at the Palmer House Hilton literally next door. We ordered burgers and fries. The food came very quickly. It was hot and cooked well. My husband said the cole slaw was excellent. He ate mine as well as...More
My wife ate here for dinner. We opted for the Reuben sandwich and the prime rib open face sandwich. Both were excellent. The service was exceptional. Our waitress was very good at checking back at the right intervals. Our food came so fast that we...More
I ordered calamari, the order was huge! I suggest they cut quantity in half and charge half. My waiter Jeffrey was awesome! Since the calamari was too much, I ordered a greak salad and spinach pie to go. I’m sure I’ll have a great breakfast!
This was our first time here. Pretty standard pub food for the most part. We order fish and chips and the bleu burger. It was pretty busy but food came out quick. Both entrees were good, fries were so-so. Service was great. Overall we were...More
Miller's Pub is located within The Loop, just underneath the railway which makes this a typical location. The place is there for many years an carries rich history. Food is great and the servers are fantastic. A real find! Ribs were not as good as...More
Had lunch Saturday. Busy but waiters work hard to keep things moving. I chose a pasta dish with peppers, onions and Italian sausage. Very tasty but too big a portion for me. But that’s usual for me over here. Americans can really eat. Massive choice...More
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