Three Aces is a neighborhood dive that serves brunch, dinner and drinks. Start off your day with an Aces' Benedict made with poached farm eggs, mortadella, black pepper biscuits, spicy hollandaise, arugula, chives and roasted potatoes or a plate of corned beef hash. Stop by Three Aces for dinner and enjoy a plate of black pepper spaghetti or an Ace burger. Other items on the menu include shaved asparagus, pan-seared duck breast and the Calabrese pizza.
Three Aces serves cocktails with brunch, dinner or without food. House cocktails include the Rynestone Cowboy made with Tito's Vodka, Carpano Bianco, white grapefruit, fresh lemon, tarragon and soda, and the Three Aces' Old Fashioned made with Old Overholt Rye, Luxardo maraschino and Angostura bitters. The drink menu offers an extensive list of both domestic and imported beers. The list also includes wines from California and Washington.
Wonder, why open table allows 3 aces to use their bookings system. They do not credit the reservations.
My husband and I went to Three Aces for dinner. We shared the meatball appetizer, three aces burger, and pepperoni pizza. Everything was delicious. The burger was cooked perfectly and the fries have a great seasoning on them. The pizza was delicious as well. We would definitely go back, especially in the summer because they have a nice patio area.
My husband and I drive all the way from McHenry to have their burgers. I honestly think they are one of the best burgers in the city. They also have a great list of cocktails and other menu items. There isn't anything I have not liked about this place thus far and have been there a handful of times.
great spot, has parking in winter that turns into outdoor eating area in summer
Very nice. Smaller menu but diverse.
This is the 3rd time we have dined. We went before a Hawks game, food was awesome, service was great! We will be back.
By the looks of the place, you would never guess how good the food is! First, there's a nice beer/beverage list, and a few tasty bar snacks to choose from. Unbeknownst to us, 3:30pm on a Sunday is still brunch time, so my husband had steak & eggs, which he thought was outstanding. I ordered a margarita pizza. The crust was nice and crisp, and the sauce/cheese was super fresh. We will definitely be back!
My husband and I stopped here because we had previously attended the Taylor Street festival this summer and Three Aces had a booth where we tried their Bolognese Fries for the first time -- SCRUMPTIOUS is the word! Thus we went back this past Saturday before the comedy show at the United Center to eat. We ordered, of course, the Bolognese Fries and their Risotto appetizer. The Bolognese fries were just as scrumptious as in the summer -- unfortunately the Risotto appetizer was so bland, no real taste, just like eating sticky white rice with a fried shell. Too bad, because the description made it sound just as wonderful and tasty -- not at all. I landed up eating three bites (actually two, but I took one last bite to validate), my husband had two bites and we both had the same opinion - Blah! We did not eat the rest of it, didn't make a big deal at all to our server due to time constraints. I'd go back but will never order that again. Service was good, drinks were decent.
The best burger in Chicago. Great staff , great service, great food, great beer/drink selection.
We thought that it was a restaurant, but were seated in a bar. The food was very good, I had the smoked pork chop, but really bad service. No description of the menu from the server and very little attention if any. Honestly, probably won't go back. Reasonable prices though.