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All reviews fish and chips poutine bangers and mash butter chicken yorkshire pudding shepard's pie pretzels salad the pub british beer on tap the loop selection of beers a late lunch service was prompt service was great downtown chicago
We had a great experience seated in front of the fireplace and windows to the excitement on the street. The food was excellent for our retreat from the weather outside. Kelly D served us Fish and Chips and Shepard's Pie after we had our tasty...More
We went with a big group. There were menu choices for all. Some had the big juicy burger. I had their famous fish and fries. We were seated with very little waiting and the City was busy that night. The server was very fun and...More
Think of your days wandering the alleyways in Oxford, or that pub crawl in Durham, or the pre-theatre quick meal before a West End musical. This is pub grub at a high level; surprisingly tasty and imaginative. Of course, an excellent selection of beers. Good...More
I had made a reservation through Open Table for this restaurant. However, when we went to check in at the hostess stand, they didn't show it. After a quick conversation with Mia, one of the hostesses, I realized I had made my reservation for their...More
For an English experience in Chicago, stop in to the Elephant & Castle. The food is a range of English classics, so think curries and stewed or roasted meats. While our food seemed to be lacking a bit of salt (you can always add some...More
First off, the service here was great. We stopped in for lunch during the holidays and four of us were seated fast even though it was busy. Grace, our server took time and explained and made a few good suggestions, she took great care of...More
This place is near the Chicago theater, where we saw a Saturday morning show.
Luckily we had a reservation so were seated immediately rather than have to wait 30+ minutes for a table. I ordered the ale & onion soup, which was piping hot (great...More
I love going to London. When I'm there, I love going to a pub, having a pint or two and sampling british pub fare like fish and chips, yorkshire pudding or something else that catches my eye.
The only difference between this place and real...More
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.