We ended up here between Garth Brooks concerts. All the Haymarket establishments were crazy busy. We were able to get in without much wait and we were served fairly quickly. I had the seven calzone. It was a great dining experience.
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Nice place in the downtown area. Very large menu. Portions are huge. It's also a sports bar so there are lots of TVs.
My friend and I ordered a thint crust pizza with artichoke hearts, spinach, tomatoes, and mushrooms. It was really good. I loved the crust. It was not the typical cracker type thin crust. And the sauce had a subtle sweetness that we loved.
Hadn't been to Old Chicago for many years, so was looking forward to an evening meal. Maybe that's why I was disappointed. Went on a Sunday evening so figured it wouldn't be too busy in the Haymarket. My husband was going to have spaghetti but...More
This location offers the same menu as the other Old Chicago locations across the country. We stopped in on a game day and the place was very busy. Our drinks were brought to us quickly and the appetizers were very good. The have a rotating...More
Our group went here after a Huskers football game. Luckily it wasn't too crowded and we were seated promptly. The service, beer and pizza were exceptional. We would go back in a minute.
Went there as a family Sunday for lunch. They had just opened. While we had great service the night before, this time was different. Took forever for our order to come out and my club sandwich was terrible. The bread was as hard as the...More
The Chicago Fire calzone is my favorite! Packs a lot of heat. Thankfully I had a good server who kept my beverage replenished. Just enough time to eat before a presentation at the Lied Center for the Performing Arts