Best American Restaurants in Wrigleyville
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We arrived at 11:20 and they were closed and their website said they open at 11 am. My reservation was at noon so didn't get worked up over it. It took a bit for someone to come to our table even though we were the only ones there. Once our waitress came by, she took good care of us. Food was good. Loved the decor, overall we enjoyed our lunch before the Cubs game. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Chicago’s premier country sports bar, which is located just south of Wrigley Field, took name inspiration from University of Alabama coach Bear Bryant’s signature houndstooth fedora and the bar’s decor showcases the Crimson Tide. The venue is peppered with eclectic design elements from deer-antler chandeliers to a rawhide-inspired bar top, and features seating options from tufted banquettes to high-top tables.
The saloon offers a Southern-influenced American menu with signature dishes such as pulled pork sandwich with Maker’s Mark BBQ sauce; a Southern fried chicken sandwich with jalapenos, coleslaw and chipotle ranch; and a Big Al burger, with applewood-smoked bacon, crumbled blue cheese, crispy onions and Buffalo sauce.
Look for 20 draft beers, a lineup of 40-ounce bottles, and an extensive canned beer selection, plus a cocktail list with Dixie-inspired drinks such as the Houndstooth Hunch Punch.
Wrigleyville draws not only Cubs fans but also dining trend-seekers from around Chicago. Luckily, the neighborhood’s dining scene is a home run. As you might expect, all-American favorites, like burgers, hot dogs, and pizza are in plentiful supply around here for those who are hungry after the big game. The menu doesn’t stop there! Varied cuisines have a home here, from Thai noodles to Cajun seafood to Argentine steaks. Revelers may choose to dine at one of Clark Street’s many bars, pubs, and breweries as they imbibe. You’ll also have options if you need a late meal after enjoying Wrigleyville’s nightlife into the wee hours.