Dutch & Doc's
Located at one of the most historic cross streets in Chicago, our love for the North Side is reflected in all we do. Menu items are dishes we know and love. Teamwork is who we are. We welcome you to our warm, welcoming hangout with all-day friendly service and food that reminds us of home.
Monday - Thursday
Dinner 4:30pm – 10:00pm
Dinner 4:30pm – 11:00pm
Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm
Mid day menu 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Dinner 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm
Mid day menu 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Dinner 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Dutch and Doc’s is not like its description on the Open Table app. I had dinner with a friend there last night, and I had expected to see an upscale restaurant with a sports theme (which made sense given its location). Instead I got an overpriced sports bar that serves badly cooked food. It’s been a while since I have been so disappointed in a restaurant, and I can’t believe Boka is associating its good name with this place. There were problems both with the starter and my entree (which I found impossible to finish). My friend and I felt we hand no privacy; we were literally seated right next to two other people and could hear every single word they said. The people who work there are professional and nice, so at least that’s good.
Great food, service and atmosphere. Recommendation - add better sides, my steak was amazing but with french fries and/or onion rings not quite the same.
Great spot for brunch at a great location right across from Wrigley Field. Delicious brunch, knowledgeable wait staff, open and bright atmosphere. “Modern” diner.
Great room. Very bright, big windows. Some nice views of Wrigley and the marquee. Food was solid and the service was friendly and attentive. We will definitely be back.
Great brunch with great service!
Heard about the restaurant group & this location had availability. Was good. Caesar salad was only ok. The other food was very good.
When I reserved a table it was specified it would standard seating, as opposed to high top seating. Upon arrival, the hostess first brought us to a high top table. We explained we had standard seating and her facial expression suggested she thought we were being difficult. The hostess led us to a space on the far west side of the restaurant that had no windows and low lighting. It would not be exaggerating to say it felt as if we were sitting in a basement. The waiter that served us was professional and the food was quite good, but the experience was soured by the seating area.
Lamb meatballs and the mussels are an absolute must.
Great staff, service and the food was superb! Just perfection. The staff went out of their way to not only serve us, but make it a memorable night. Def recommend and will come back.
Expensive items for the neighborhood and ambiance underscored by an uninspired menu. Attentive service but very slow delivery. I suspect it will do well during baseball season but have a difficult time with locals/neighborhood folks otherwise. But it is still new. Maybe they can adapt. Hope so.
I took my wife on a date before the Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies game. The place was packed but we were seated right away in the back area that was a little less crowded and less noisy. The menu was perfect for what we needed before the game and the wait staff made sure that it came out in enough time so that we could get into the Stadium before the first pitch. They did a great job and the food was very good. Not a 5 but a definite 4.
The service was very good. I’m nice and relaxing atmosphere. The only issue would be the value was not great as portions were small for the price paid
I love Dutch and Doc's. I have been at least once/month since they opened. Such a welcome addition to the neighborhood and the new Wrigleyville 'food scene'. I have been for both brunch and dinner and have not been disappointed by either. Love the mussels, ribs, cauliflower toast, onion rings, fried chicken, wings, eggs benedict (the potatoes that accompany are addictive!). Good wine list and I'm not a beer drinker but my beer drinking friends like it. Everything we have tried has been outstanding.
This was our first time eating here. It’s a new restaurant across from Wrigley field. We had a few different appetizers plus the veggie burger, regular burger, Patty melt and fries. The veggie burger and Patty melt were great and the fries were OUTSTANDINGLY! We found the wine and mixed drinks to be a bit pricey.
Our server was over the top! We will go back next time we are in the area. We love the color scheme in this restaurant. Very cool decorating
We stayed at The Hotel Zachery right next door which I highly recommend.
Great food and great service. Asked questions of our server Amanda and she went to the kitchen to get the answers. Really appreciate the great service.
Awesome food and awesome staff. We went two days in a row. The Brie and Mac and cheese are the sooo fking good and I wasn’t even drunk. Like, legit sober good so like 250 times better if you’re drunk.
The service was a little slow but considering it was right before a cubs game, I think our server did a great job. Everyone was very friendly. The bloody mary was yummy. The prices are high, but the portions are a good size. We split the BLT, which was good but the tomato had almost no flavor. The deviled eggs were good, but not really worth $3. The brie was ok but the garlic flavor was too much. All in all it was a pleasant experience and we will give them another try.
The place is conveniently across from Wrigley. The food was quite delish but I must say that the prime rib sandwich had barely any prime rib on it and for such a gourmet spot the fries should be so much better than they are.
Stopped in before a cubs game to avoid just eating a hot dog like normal, but the food was underwhelming for the price. Bloody Mary’s were good but pricey as well, I completely understand trying to create a more high end menu for the area and the prices wouldn’t be a bother at all if the flavor and quality was worth the money. Maybe we chose poorly, we’d give it another try but the steak sub was bland and the patty melt was nothing exceptional either.
We liked the old menu better.
What a great place. Food is first class, and the location is second to none for pre, post, and during Cubs games. Ambiance is upscale, a true gem in the Wrigley neighborhood.
The food was okay and a great location across from the ballpark, but the service was extremely slow and the staff is not very attentive.
Good food especially for the neighborhood located across from Wrigley, great location before a ballgame
I read the prior reviews and had very low expectations. The only thing that made me decide to go in the end was that they are part of Boka group and I always have good experiences at their restaurants. We went on a Saturday night at 7 when there was NOT an event at Wrigley. The Boka customer service experience was amazing as usual. You always feel like there are multiple people taking care of you and our server was fantastic. We had the deviled egg, avocado toast, tagliatelle with rock shrimp and filet mignon with fries. Everything was cooked perfectly and the flavors were top notch. We did get seated in the smaller back room because I didn't want to sit at a high top, but even that was fine. Overall great night out and prices were totally in line with usual nice Chicago dining.
So-so. Did love 😈 eggs and shrimp appetizer.
I started with the corn fritters which tasted good until I found a hair fried into one of them. They also use reusable straws which I can commend however since my beverage glass came out with something green inside it looked like a veggie peel I wondered if they dont have clean glasses how do these straws get sanitized. Was hoping this would be better. It came highly recommended.
Made a reservation based on a shout out from WGN's John Williams since he lives in Wrigleyville. It's virtually right across the street from the Cubs marquee, so the location is amazing. It's a bit pricey, but for the locale, it wasn't surprising. If the weather is warm and you like to dine alfresco and people watch, I recommend the tables by the fold up windows on Clark St. There were 4 of us and we shared several dishes. The avocado toast was tasty. There were 2 toasts ($15). We tried to cut each in 2, but made a mess of it. The con queso was amazing and was enough for the 4 of us to taste. Very rich, so you don't need a lot. The pappardelle tasted like my italian grandmothers meat sauce, so I loved it, but it was really salty. The veggie lasagna was good and easy to share. The watermelon & tomato salad was delicious, I just wish there were more pieces of watermelon in it. The caesar salad with chicken was disappointing. It was $23 and was more of a soggy side salad. We were too full to have dessert. I'd go back for an app, a beer or wine and maybe dessert.
I felt everything about Dutch and Docs was average. The food was okay, but was over priced for the quality. If you go, try to not be seated in the back - it’s pretty depressing and you feel hidden from the openness and liveliness of the main area.
For a place next to Wrigley this restaurant really struggles on game days. We’ve tried lunch and dinner times with the same outcome: inattentive hostess crew that applies their rules inconsistently (entire party present in order to be seated...at least for some people), tables not ready despite reservation in hand, slow initial service, great food quality but a very slow kitchen. It pales in comparison to its sister restaurant Swift & Sons. Maybe they’d be less overwhelmed on a non-game day.
Had a great dinner for 4. Service was good and the steaks were really great! Thanks. I will absolutely be back.
The Fried chicken was chicken tenders not legs,thighs etc. My dish of pasta I do believe was microwaved . The service was fine and the restaurant is neat but the food was subpar.
Great meal before the Cubs game. Fantastic brunch menu
They need more things on there menu for a non meat eater. Options very limited
Great experience! The room is great, food is delicious, the service is stellar, but the drinks need to be less expensive. A nice bourbon drink at $22 makes sense in some places. I am not sure it does here.
We will be back ;-)
Best fish and chips ever!
Service was slow prior to the Cubs game. Had the fish sandwich and patty melt which were poor.
We were disappointed and would not go back.
The pricing is just too high to recommend this place. $17 for a fairly small steak sandwich with unnaturally coated French fries and $13 for queso dip with chips is just too much. It explains why this place is not full even during Cubs games. The service is very good, and the view is cool from the second floor towards Wrigley Field. If you have plenty of money to burn it is a good enough choice.
Had the steak sandwich. It was very good, but a little pricey. We did not get a seat by the window. Those tables end up being empty the whole time we were there.
Second time there and still incredibly slow service.
Live in the neighborhood and have many options. This is a one and done.