Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Lincolnwood, Illinois, United States. Lincolnwood (formerly Tessville) is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 12,590 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 488 reviews
I was traveling on my own and saw that this had been on "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" on the Food Network. I got a cab from my place in downtown and headed on in. It has a heavy metal/rock vibe, but not overwhelming in noise, clientele or motif. I sat at the bar since I was on my own and could not have had a better bartender (wish I had her name to recommend her). I got the Led Zeppelin burger (burger, cheese, bacon, pulled pork BBQ) and fries. The burger was so good (got it medium) and filling that I didn't get to eat many of my fries. Their hard cider "Smash-intosh" was a great cider, not too dry with a little sweetness, which over ice, was just heavenly. I highly recommend you stopping in for a local gem and you will not regret it!
3 based on 87 reviews
Eat. Drink. Be Happy. What does it take to be a regular at Bar Louie Skokie? An enjoyment of the craft and the desire to experience something out of the ordinary. From our Chicago roots, we've always known that having a comfortable place to hang out, get
We just stopped at night for drinks and snack. Our bartender , young girl , made us great drinks and trio guacamole/cheese/salsa with chips snack . Everything was great !
4 based on 89 reviews
The sliders are excellent. The guacamole is excellent. The fresh, warm corn tortilla chips are excellent. The Mac n cheese is the best Iâve ever had. The staff were excellent. The music was excellent. Overall, if I had one word to describe this place, it would be âpretty goddamn goodâ
4 based on 53 reviews
We stopped at this long-time restaurant and watering hole for a Saturday lunch. All of the college football games were on the many screens. I opted for a burger. My wife went Italian with Egg plant Parmesan. Her portion was like two so she took half home. I knocked off the burger but couldnât finish the coleslaw and cooked vegetables. Great service! Huge beer selection but a little early for us. Nice menu.
4 based on 24 reviews
Makisu Sushi Lounge and Grill offers the highest level Japanese cuisine to the near north suburbs of Chicagoland bordering the prestigious neighborhoods of Skokie, Lincolnwood, Niles, Edgebrook, Sauganash, and Edison Park. The bar area provides the more c
Enjoyed our dinner at Makisu! I ordered the Salmon Teriyaki and it was delicious! The sauteed veggies which accompanied the entree were beautifully presented and excellent tasting as well. Other dinners ordered included Chicken Teriyaki, Scallop Crab Cake and the Tempura Small Plates - everyone was very happy. Miso Soup is included with the entrees.
4 based on 162 reviews
Walking into Gale Street Inn is rather like stepping back into the past. It's been a neighborhood favorite in Jefferson Park for generations. Dark wood, atmospheric lighting, lots of regular customers, and selections that aren't jazzed up with sriracha sauce or lemon grass - just traditional, delicious food that's well prepared and served with considerate attention - no silly gimmicks, just attentive, helpful service. What a pleasure! The crab cakes were excellent (and as an appetizer 1/2 price before 6:00 pm). The ribs here are famous and the barbecue sauce is raved about. It's a neighborhood that's northwest but still in the city. It might not be on your regular route, but it's worth going out of your way to eat here.
4 based on 279 reviews
This was my second visit in four or five years. l like the place, but something always seems off. Service is quirky. While we were well taken care of over-all, our food was delivered by someone other than our waitress and our waitress didn't reappear until our bill was brought, and then a third person processed our charge card. The mussels are good, well-prepared and well-presented, but I've enjoyed the flavors better elsewehere. The sausage dish was okay, not great. Good beer selection, but I was unhappy with my 'kriek'
4 based on 191 reviews
Peckish, a British term for "hungry". The Pig, a gastro pub, opened in March 2014 and has helped to start a revitalization of Howard St which forms the north Chicago & south Evanston city limits.I had a couple of their ales on a previous visit but this was my first meal. I selected that nights grilled salmon dish which was perfect. I do not recall what my friends dish was but she did enjoy it.We dined on a Thursday and selected the patio to enjoy the pleasant evening. Its enclosed on all sides by surrounding buildings. Only a few tables were occupied. A nice location for a date night. The staff was courteous & provided very good service. We both enjoyed the night and look forward to another visit.
4 based on 331 reviews
Experience the nostalgia of a Northwoods Supper Club at L.Woods Tap & Pine Lodge. The menu features American classics and barbecue specialties. Menu highlights include 12-Hour Smoked Prime Brisket, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, BBQ Ribs, and Wisconsin Fish Fr
As a Frequent Diner member, was somewhat shocked at the way the late afternoon meal unfolded. Arrived around 3:40PM, and asked for the dinner menu. Was seated in the bar area, where the only server doubled as the bartender, and NO busboy help, as it got busier (even though the server tried her hardest) things just went south from there. Had a 6 piece shrimp cocktail, which was excellent, soups were luke warm, but could not get attention of the server to correct the problem because she then became very busy with bar patrons and other tables.....all they while the manager with another employee stood at the front talking.....not paying attention to what going on. Had ask for bread and butter.....it finally arrived a loaf of onion bread that my wife could not eat......finally asked server if there was another type of bread available....she said no, so I asked to pay for a piece of the corn bread that went along with the brisket.....she said fine. 5 minutes later, the manager that was doing nothing came to the table and said he was sorry, they only had enough corn bread for the brisket special that day. I then expressed my concern about the lack of people working.....he said "sorry" and walked away. There was dirty dishes from the shrimp and soup laying on the table, but I guess he felt that was not has job to remove them....a pathetic attitude for a Melman restaurant manager. All the entries were finally served.....with my wife's Filet being excellent. But at 32.95 with only a side of fries....pretty pricey.....Wildfire offers 2 sides along with excellent service no matter what time you go to the restaurant. Obviously somebody (besides the current management staff at Woods) needs to address the staffing problems during ALL time periods. Spent $168 for a disrupted dinner.....won't be back for awhile.
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