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  • Two Brothers Tap House in Warrenville

    Two Brothers Tap House

    Food was pretty typical in terms of bar and grill presentation, though the special items we ordered showed quite a bit of creativity. Everything tasted good, though some of the bread items seemed on the stale side. Sweet potato and standard fries both had great flair, but I would have preferred them a bit crispier.

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  • bread+bar in Benton Harbor


    Skip the large plates and go with sides, and try the Bacon Cheddar Biscuits with maple butter, Nana's Meatballs, and Brussels Sprouts with balsamic vinegar and bacon. While the wine menu unfortunately turns its back (for the most part) to local producers, there are plenty of decent wines by the glass for tasting.

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  • Geja's Cafe in Chicago

    Geja's Cafe

    About 25 years ago, when I started drinking wine, one way I used to educate myself was a wine club called A Taste of California...

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  • Poag Mahone's in Chicago

    Poag Mahone's

    Our waitress was attentive, knowledgeable, offered suggestions, and was ably supported by other wait staff. The food was good or better, and the ambiance appealing. If you are downtown and are looking for a casual meal, Poag's is a solid choice.

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