The idea of a gathering place is one that has long been associated with a tavern. The Liberty Tavern provides that sense of comfort and belonging by its wood and earth tone décor, inviting bar and two fireplaces, as well as its food focused menu. Liberty Tavern offers a seasonal-inspired menu prepared with fresh, often locally sourced ingredients. The casual, comfortable atmosphere of the Liberty Tavern was modeled after the great American grills of the 1920"s and offers a celebration of comfort food with a wide variety of All-American favorites. This fresh restaurant & bar is located in the Hilton Rosemont Chicago O'Hare. Meet us at LibertyTavernRosemont.com
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In a hotel where the restaurant caters more to guests of the hotel. Food was very good. Not much for ambiance
Good food. I really wish someone told us that the restaurant comps you're parking garage fee.i learned this after we left
We came on a Saturday night, pretty early in the evening, and there were plenty of open tables. This is a hotel restaurant, which probably sees most of its business during the week with business travelers staying at the hotel. Despite this, we had a really nice dinner! We were seated by the fireplace (excellent location because it was a cold evening), the food was truly delicious, and the service was attentive. Our server had a slightly overly-forward and odd humor, but, he seemed concerned about us having a nice dinner and check in on us frequently. We definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone staying at the Rosemont Hilton or in the area.
Wonderful waiters ! They were very attentive and not overbearing. We ordered the sage chicken and the
hamburger. Both were tasty. We also ordered a salad and lobster bisque soup. The soup was fair and the salad was good.
Andrea the server was awesome! He has great recommendations, was engaging but not in your face and had a professional and cheerful attitude showing he takes pride in his work! Hostess was also super nice!
I thought the Pot Pie tasted like the only I used to get in the college cafeteria, my friend (not even looking at the menu) ordered a Turkey Burger (even asked if they were made by hand) and was brought a Turkey panini. When asked why a panini and not a burger the waiter said "We don't have turkey burgers." We responded "Why didn't you tell us that when we ordered?" I thought you meant the panini. he didn't, he ate it, no attempt to make things right by staff. It was also really hard to get into the parking lot, although they did validate our ticket. All in all a weird lunch from to pretty easy gong guys. Won't go back.
This place is a hidden treasure. After I realized it was in a hotel, I was skeptical but it turned out wonderful. We were seated right next to the fire place and had a great server, Kenneth. All 4 of our meals were great. Food was a little pricey but thats to be expected in Rosemont. Great atmosphere. Would recommend.
This was the worst. We were seated and given menus. And that was the last we saw of anyone. We left after 20 minutes.
Two of us ordered the salmon. Neither of us wanted the quinoa that comes with it, but we were required to pay a $2.00 upcharge to substitute potatoes for it. The salmon was quite good, but the portion size was noticeably small for the price.
One of our diners had beef tips and she was very pleased.
We ordered the house Malbec, but were told they were out with no substitute offered, so we ordered the better, more expensive Malbec, which aside from the slight increase in price, didn't disappoint.
Our service was very, very good.
If you go, ask for Kenny.
Dined there last minute on a Friday night. We were the only patrons, which caused me to question my choice. Service was friendly and excellent. I had salmon and another in my party had skirt steak. My spouse had Swordfish. We shared a Brussel Sprout appetizer. I thought my salmon was very good, and the skirt steak received nice reviews. My spouse did not enjoy his swordfish that much. Chocolate mousse was rich.
The price of 24.95 for the breakfast buffet was ridiculous.
Service was fair to poor. Chichen was over cooked and turnips etc were just bland. Even the "Breakfast" was uninteresting and all the dishes were cold. It's just a really bad restaurant for a Hilton Hotel. Morton's is a block away, Gibson's is a block away and there is a full fledged Starbucks in the hotel with nice people and everything you could want.
Waste of time and Money.
Staff was friendly. Food was Yummy! Salmon, lobster bisque and Risotto are highly recommended!
Our waiter was really nice. The food was very good. But all entrees were a la carts . No sides to go with anything. A bit pricey.
I had wonderful fish tacos, and my wife had a great burger. The only problem is that I came in search for the Portobello Mushroom Burger on the on-line menu, only to be told - by a very apologetic waiter - that the on line menu had not been updated in four years. Get it updated! Otherwise a very fine meal, and the service was excellent.
This was my/our first dining experience at Liberty Tavern. My aunt and uncle flew in from Boston and wanted to meet up for a casual dinner so I searched for places nearby their hotel on Open Table and this was the location they chose based on it supposedly being a burger/American cuisine location.
For our party of four, the bill was $95 for (1) Coke, (2) iced teas, (1) pub burger, (1) pot pie and (2) liberty burgers. That being said, here is my review for those looking to come here...
1. Our server, Ken/Keith (?), was delightful! Very friendly, helpful and attentive.
2. Validated hotel parking
1. Parking up front was very limited based on the fact it it a hotel restaurant. However, if you used the hotel lot, they did validate the $29 rate.
2. The atmosphere by the fireplace was nice, but the kitchen was close so you could hear water running and dishes being cleaned.
3. The furniture certainly had the hotel look/feel.
4. For being a burger/American/tavern, their burger selection was limited to either a plain (Pub) burger for $16 or the Liberty burger for over $17. They were good, but very overpriced for an 8 oz burger.
While it was not necessarily a bad experience, I do not foresee myself revisiting again. As the saying goes, "you never know until you try." Hope this helps!
Excellent attention to detail. I have dietary restrictions and they honors all of them
Our server was very attentive and accommodating. The food was great and we had a number of different items, all of which our group of 6 enjoyed. Would definitely go back.
Unbelievable service. We had a great experience
They validate parking for the Hilton lot
Good food and good service
We ordered the grilled halibut w zucchini noodles and the skirt steak w sweet potato puree. I was very impressed w the apple cinnamon sangria. Good stuff!!!
Food was just fair. Drinks were good but pricey. I was appalled when folks from the pool came in without coverups and sat at the bar, very loud, disrespectful to folks eating.
We looked at menu online and booked on open table. When we arrived, the restaurant was closed due to “low occupancy “ and we were seated in the bar area. Not what we reserved. Then the menu was pared down, not offering many of the items shown online. The waiter said “ I guess it wasn’t updated ”.
We settled on the filet which was excellent, just not what we had planned ( since it was $44 a piece).
An amaretto on the rocks was $17. Total bill for two with 3 alcoholic drinks over $200. Quite pricey.
Liberty Tavern is always a favorite! I love to introduce friends who haven't been there yet to the restaurant. Always a hit.
Good food. Expensive
I'm a vegan. This is not a vegan friendly restaurant. I had to go here for a business dinner. Funny enough - they had an icon at the bottom of the menu to highlight vegan items but there were no vegan items on the menu. I tried scraping some things together and I had enough to eat but the cost for that in the end was really excessive. Visiting Chicago as a vegan is tough in general if you're going for business with others that eat everything. This place is a perfect example and I'd avoid it if possible if you're vegan.
Ok experience. Good service. Food was fine, nothing to draw me back. Felt like a stereotypical hotel restaurant
We had to increase the number in our party and it was handled promptly
Great wait staff good food
Server Kenny was excellent! He was knowledgeable and prompt and recommended some great food we ordered
Very concerned that this was my second business-related visit to this restaurant which is very near to my work only to find that they continue to be unable to accept credit cards. Fortunatly, I was carrying lots of money to avoid embarassment and cover the check.
Really nice place and the food was really good! Service was also very good!
We loved Kenny and how outgoing he was with us! He made us laugh tons!
I went on the app to find a suitable nearby breakfast. The app listed three more openings for breakfast, at either 1115 or 1130. I selected the 1115 and arrived in plenty of time. I was seated immediately. I asked about a breakfast menu when a lunch menu was presented. A second wait staff came by the table and announced that breakfast was not served after 11am. I am not sure if this is an app failure or a change of schedule by the restaurant. By the time this info was presented I had already ordered and received a beverage. I elected to stay. That was the compounding error in this reservation.
The lunch meal I ordered was overly spiced. The meat in the "sandwich" was overdone. Even the tea that was refilled was weak in flavor.
I cannot leave this post without noting that the fireplace setting would've been wonderful to sit by and enjoy the expected breakfast. A little flexibility by cook staff could've made this a different post. I note there are many similar restaurants in the immediate neighborhood, and if this is the support the restaurant is getting it will disappear.
A boring restaurant set without much attempt at ambiance in an airport hotel at O'Hare. To its credit, the restaurant served pretty decent food. The server, within the limitations of his training, was responsive and attentive.
The horrible setting will put off even hotel guests with no choice but to dine here, though!
Nice to be able to choose omelet ingredients and how much. Put choices in bowl and hand to preparer. My wife certainly did not eat $25 worth.
I visited this restaurant prior to a show at the Rosemont. I ordered the short rib, which was juicy and tender. My date ordered a chicken sandwich with fries, the chicken was well seasoned and the fries were not greasy at all. The service was excellent. This is a quaint restaurant with a fireplace.
The food was good. Nothing to rush back for.