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Longman and Eagle

2657 N Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

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(773) 276-7110


  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 3:00 am

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Bars

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4.8 of 5.0 from 244 reviews

price range:$11 to $25

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  • Jay M.Eggs Benedict was heavy but delicious

    55555 by Jay M.

  • Fletcher RhoadsThe food is amazing and the menu rotates often. Killer cocktails. Try the sheep neck croquettes, they're amazing.

    55555 by Fletcher Rhoads

  • BillChicken and waffles... Roasted cauliflower

    55555 by Bill

  • Phil T.The wild boar sloppy joe is the right move for brunch

    55555 by Phil T.

  • ChicagoistEggs come with house-made maple-glazed Spam, crispy potatoes and an ice-cold PBR. Pork belly Benedict, sunny-side duck hash and fried chicken and waffles are among the alternatives.

    55555 by Chicagoist

  • Matt N.Escolarrrrr. They deserve the Mich for the creativity. Loved the presentations.

    55555 by Matt N.

  • Ashley MGnocchi was mind blowing, and don't skip out on the dessert menu.

    55555 by Ashley M

  • Luke SteinThe meatballs and bone marrow were amazing: standout, memorable dishes. The escolar with grapefruit was also delicious, and a nice lighter contrast to the meat.

    55555 by Luke Stein

  • Bitches Who B.Voted Best Michelin-Rated Brunch by Bitches Who Brunch in 2016!

    55555 by Bitches Who B.

  • Tyson Gach👍🏼 Grits

    55555 by Tyson Gach

  • Abril AOne of my go to brunch places. Great drinks and food, as a vegetarian their omelette is a must.

    55555 by Abril A

  • Tom MVibe is great. Portion size makes me think of going to McDonald's afterwards. Flavors were exquisite but my steak could have been served 5 minutes earlier for temperature.

    55555 by Tom M

  • Sachin MAbsolutely great servers who are friendly and can yeah you about whiskey of you know nothing. Great drinks

    55555 by Sachin M

  • Bobby KennedyThe Bloody Lawrence is the only breakfast cocktail I ever want to have.

    55555 by Bobby Kennedy

  • Gregory K.Fantastic whiskey cocktails

    55555 by Gregory K.

  • Thurgood C.Love their ambience and their outdoor seating. Food is very good and the service was great as well. Just a heads up, the chicken and waffles is made with bone-in chicken. Not my favorite style.

    55555 by Thurgood C.

  • krach89 hI has chicken and waffles, pork belly, and bone marrow

    55555 by krach89 h

  • Colin R.Had the wild boar sloppy joe w/fries and cauliflower dish. Both delicious. Great bar area in back for drinking/waiting for a table. Nice outdoor space. Food is worth the wait.

    55555 by Colin R.

  • Peter C.The food was awesome.

    55555 by Peter C.

  • Shinji K.Whisky selection is great, not that hard to get a table really

    55555 by Shinji K.

  • Linds EllisThe cauliflower dish is my favorite here!! Try it, it's so filling and the flavours are incredible :)

    55555 by Linds Ellis

  • Marc E.Food Network Top 5 Fried Chicken - #2 Fried Chicken and Waffles

    55555 by Marc E.

  • Christine DFantastic drinks & food. Friendly service. A place I'd return to over & over. 💛🍸

    55555 by Christine D

  • Tana B.You need to get the biscuits and gravy + eggs and eat it all.

    33333 by Tana B.

  • Maria XeniotisEverything

    55555 by Maria Xeniotis

  • Lis R.Best Bloody Mary - hands down. Also a wonderful inn upstairs, just be prepared to stay up late or use the earplugs. You're sleeping above a bar, there's bound to be late night music.

    55555 by Lis R.

  • Famous DSimply outstanding

    55555 by Famous D

  • Chris M.Get the pretzel if they have it

    55555 by Chris M.

  • Joseph BlewittA city hotspot. It's much easier to swing in for just a drink rather than fight for a table.

    55555 by Joseph Blewitt

  • Connie CA hip place with delicious food, mindbllwing desserts and amazing cocktails! The best place to start our Chicago experience! It's a must and I hope we can come back soon!

    55555 by Connie C

  • Ricardo TEverything is good. The burger is the greatest in the city and best for dinner value.

    55555 by Ricardo T

  • Bob D.Always an enjoyable time at this classy establishment.

    55555 by Bob D.

  • Kevin W.As a vegetarian, you eat a lot of gnocchi, but dear lord this gnocchi is so good omg.

    55555 by Kevin W.

  • Brenda PilgrimThe pork is beyond delicious!

    55555 by Brenda Pilgrim

  • Brian H.Everything on the menu

    55555 by Brian H.

  • Alex WillsLiterally anything you order here will be these two things: expensive & delicious. Well worth it!

    55555 by Alex Wills

  • Deek V.Fried Chicken Roulade is spectacular

    55555 by Deek V.

  • Daniel KUnassuming and well deserving of any praise.

    55555 by Daniel K

  • Chez S.the deconstructed nutty buddy was god damn delicious.

    33333 by Chez S.

  • Jorge Chavez$3 whiskeys, michelin starred

    55555 by Jorge Chavez

  • Faith LeCharcuterie on point

    55555 by Faith Le

  • Claire PistekAmazing cocktails and amazing food. Sit in the back Bay while you wait for your table.

    55555 by Claire Pistek

  • Le JordanAn excellent whisky selection with great food to boot!

    55555 by Le Jordan

  • Molly LynnFantastic brunch. Be prepared to wait. The duck hash is a standout.

    55555 by Molly Lynn

  • Joe C.You can never go wrong with the bone marrow. NEVER.

    33333 by Joe C.

  • Andrew Whiteamazing food. The menu changes daily so I can't really give relevant suggestions

    55555 by Andrew White

  • Jen CBraised Rabbit starter and Pork tenderloin entree with foie gras. Unbelievable! Seriously unforgettable.

    55555 by Jen C

  • Dan MurielloOverpriced and hipsterish

    22222 by Dan Muriello

  • Brian M.Get the wild boar sloppy joe. Seriously. And don't overlook the cocktails.

    55555 by Brian M.

  • Ryo Y.Great atmosphere and drink menu. Food is tasty and appetizers are amazing

    55555 by Ryo Y.

  • Erich GFried chicken and sloppy joes

    33333 by Erich G

  • Todd W.Amazing gastro pub with great menu and very high end cocktail program. Bar tenders really know their trade

    55555 by Todd W.

  • Jenna KowalczykIf I were to pick a last supper it'd be the Fried Chicken & a burger from here. It's fantastic. Also, get a window swell cocktail. Hot. You'll be happy.

    55555 by Jenna Kowalczyk

  • Jorge KOld fashioned

    55555 by Jorge K

  • Alix C.Where to start? It's all delicious! The apple salad, the pork tenderloin with Foie gras and the Banana crepes are to die for!

    55555 by Alix C.

  • Ali O.The fried chicken entree on the dinner menu was unspeakably amazing.

    55555 by Ali O.

  • Madhav Cgood vegetarian menu

    55555 by Madhav C

  • TV Food MapsCheck out Longman and Eagle as seen on Unique Eats

    55555 by TV Food Maps

  • Kenney M.Longman serves brunch everyday. Get the sourdough toast with homemade preserves.

    55555 by Kenney M.

  • Joe G.Drink bourbon! They have some pretty rare stuff you can't find in many places.

    55555 by Joe G.

  • Jenna KowalczykWonderful brunch. Salmon Eggs Benedict was great. The outside patio is small but definitely worth the wait.

    55555 by Jenna Kowalczyk

  • Ryan StempleIf you live in Logan, and you eat meat, you owe it to yourself try their Wild Boar Sloppy Joe at least once. They've got an interesting take on Chicken & Waffles, too. An interesting, delicious take.

    55555 by Ryan Stemple

  • EduardLots of open tables and they are making us wait for no visible reason. Pretentiousness is served on tap here.

    33333 by Eduard

  • Lala L.Open all day, so you don't have to wait until 5:00 for a great, inexpensive cocktail.

    55555 by Lala L.

  • Chefs FeedGiuseppe Tentori, chef of GT Fish & Oyster, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Porcini agnolotti.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • AFAR MediaIt's very popular for weekend brunch, and I was charmed by being served a mini beer back with my morning margarita.

    55555 by AFAR Media

  • ChicagoistIf you get there early enough on a day when they’re selling maple bacon donuts, grab one of those as well; they create a perfect precursor to the second half of the meal.

    55555 by Chicagoist

  • MarionGreat Vegetarian menu with the kitchen going till close. Staff is excellent.

    55555 by Marion

  • Michael HaydenJust order the chicken and waffles. Order them as an appetizer, again as the entree and they make for a delicious dessert. It's the perfect three course meal.

    55555 by Michael Hayden

  • Alex F.I highly recommend the pork belly!

    55555 by Alex F.

  • Wolfgang BaermannThe most unpretentious 1 Michelin Star I know around the world! Phenomenal food, great brunch, great wine list, amazing US whiskey collection, super knowledgeable bar and very friendly wait staff ❤️it

    55555 by Wolfgang Baermann

  • KarenHighly recommend the Ploughman's platter. Big enough to share!

    55555 by Karen

  • Charlie L.Pbr breakfast is all you need. The bacon I think was applewood smoked. (The best smoke) the potatoes were exceptional. Be careful, the server offered us bread without letting us know it's an upcharge.

    33333 by Charlie L.

  • Chris B.The French toast is incredible!

    55555 by Chris B.

  • Kathryn TTry: wild boar sloppy joe topped with pickled jalapeno. Bonus: Inn upstairs!

    55555 by Kathryn T

  • Tyler R.Check in and get a free mcmuffin.

    33333 by Tyler R.

  • Britnei C.My bartender James was awesome. He had some wonderful recommendations for drinks, very knowledgeable guy. Will be back very soon. Everything I ordered was off menu, ask and receive.

    55555 by Britnei C.

  • Seth P.See if you can get a seat at the bar so you can watch Chad Hauge mix the best cocktails in Chicago.

    55555 by Seth P.

  • Ryan L.Everything is always great here. Impeccable warm service and outstanding consistent food. Great destination and even better neighborhood spot.

    55555 by Ryan L.

  • Travel + LeisureChicago’s hipster tribe pack this locavore temple in Logan Square for Saturday brunch. Start cheesewurst at the pop-up sausage stand on the patio, then head inside for waffles with pork belly.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure

  • omar o.If you don't know what whiskey to get, just ask the bartender. They'll take care of you. Their cheese platter is nice - reminds me a brewery I went to in Belgium

    55555 by omar o.

  • James L.Longman & Eagle is incredible on every level. Every bite of food that I've enjoyed here has been superb. The cocktails and whiskey selection are also remarkable in this well-designed setting.

    55555 by James L.

  • Chandler C.If you're there for brunch, get the toast. If you're not there for brunch, get an Old Fashioned.

    55555 by Chandler C.

  • Brianna F.Came at the end of brunch and felt rushed by staff to finish. Then went over to bar and was completely neglected by bar staff. Sad for a restaurant who is known for their exceptional service.

    33333 by Brianna F.

  • Time Out ChicagoThe toast with housemade preserves and whipped butter at Longman & Eagle is one of the 100 best things we ate this year. http://tmout.us/rLOtk

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • La Dolce VitaOne Michelin star

    55555 by La Dolce Vita

  • Sonny S.You can't go wrong with the duck hash and fried chicken with waffles!

    55555 by Sonny S.

  • Nicole G.Love the Staff knows me by name. Amazing whiskey drinks like sidecar and old fashions. Love all the bearded beauties.

    55555 by Nicole G.

  • Michelin Travel & LifestyleCarnivores go for venison and braised lamb shoulder calzones, vegetarians for agnolotti. Deep-fried apple pie is a must. – Green Guide Editor

    55555 by Michelin Travel & Lifestyle

  • Nick H.always good for small plates, dinner, cocktails. can be crowded - no reservations.

    55555 by Nick H.

  • s p.I dream of cheese gougeres...

    55555 by s p.

  • EaterServes brunch consisting of items like chicken and waffles, wild boar sloppy joe, and ploughman's platter. Try the PBR Breakfast--two eggs, bacon or homemade sausage, house potatoes and a can of PBR.

    55555 by Eater

  • Kate K.The peach pie ice cream *actually* tastes like pie. And it's gluten-free! A-mazing.

    55555 by Kate K.

  • Elly D.Worth the wait! Try and squeeze in a seat at the bar or at least grab a drink while your waiting. #eatsleepdrinkwhiskey

    55555 by Elly D.

  • Jamie M.Classic. One of the best in Chicago alway.

    55555 by Jamie M.

  • Cindy K.Try the Frogs Legs - Fab combination with spring pea Chantilly & hominy. Awesome flavor. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Cindy K.

  • JoeThe chicken and waffles will change your life!

    55555 by Joe

  • Serious EatsThis Logan Square saloon (there are actual rooms upstairs for rent) is perpetually packed for all the right reasons.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Tricia L.Bring your night vision goggles!

    55555 by Tricia L.

  • Rafique J.Sip on an Order Of The Red Eagle while you brunch....not only for its flavor but also for posterity

    55555 by Rafique J.

  • Lani LovePralined pecan terrine, so freaking good. There's caramel, chocolate, espresso, honey foam, malted ice cream... You will love it unless you don't like things that are delicious.

    55555 by Lani Love

  • Elisa L.chicken and waffles! and duck confit ! cocktails are a bit strong for brunch but still very good. really nice staff. get the toast and jam side.

    55555 by Elisa L.

  • Allison B.Sit at the bar. Jimmy D + Derek Alexander will take care of you,

    55555 by Allison B.

  • Ana D.Drunken Punch-Up At A Wedding = yummmmo ! Plus if you get wasted its a hotel ;)

    33333 by Ana D.

  • Chris C.Excellent whiskey bar, equally as great for brunch. Try the chicken and waffles or the duck egg hash -- both are delicious, well-portioned and incredibly filling.

    55555 by Chris C.

  • Jason S.Any place that in one hand offers up multiple dishes that are centered around sweet sweet marrow and in the other a two-foot long whiskey menu is good in my books.

    55555 by Jason S.

  • Stephanie P.If you are lucky, stay over in one of 6 rooms. Kitchen is open late for late night dinner.

    55555 by Stephanie P.

  • Cooper S.148 different types of whiskey available. For the rye fans, I highly recommend the Jefferson's and the Whistle Pig. Both 100% rye, both 100% delicious

    55555 by Cooper S.

  • Melissa T.Slow roasted marrow bones with bacon-shallot jam - amazing. Skip breakfast and lunch if you have to

    55555 by Melissa T.

  • FeliciaCagoBuy the kitchen a round.

    22222 by FeliciaCago

  • Chris R.Tourist trap, real Chicagoan's need not apply. You aren't cool enough, rich enough, trendy enough. Stay Chi! Stay Hood! Fuck this place

    33333 by Chris R.

  • Jai B.Amazing whiskey cocktails.

    55555 by Jai B.

  • ISC C.Quirky place, love the bar menu; just right for late night snack and libation

    55555 by ISC C.

  • Thomas F.Willets L&E.

    55555 by Thomas F.

  • Jake S.Add two scrambled eggs on top of the biscuits and gravy, but DO NOT add salt or pepper. This dish is seasoned perfectly.

    55555 by Jake S.

  • Jake C.Best whiskey sour I've ever had.

    55555 by Jake C.

  • Carla B.The French Toast is simply amazing!

    55555 by Carla B.

  • Isabel S.Kitchen is open til 1AM, but patio is only open til midnight. Kentucky Fried Quail and tête de cochon both delicious, as were all the desserts we had (apple pie, steam cake, and hopia & anglais)

    55555 by Isabel S.

  • Corey H.He'll Yeah! Smok'n Cool Hand Soap and lotion in the Men's Room!!!! My Favorite new bar!!!

    55555 by Corey H.

  • David S.A hipster bar with a michelin star. Everything we ordered was great, but the tete de cochon and Kentucky Fried Quail were particularly outstanding. Worth it.

    55555 by David S.

  • Nick C.What to Order || 1-2 Punsch Swedish: punsch, Leather-bee gin, apricot liqueur, bitters

    55555 by Nick C.

  • Aaron E.Try the Torchon of Hudson Valley Foie Gras (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Aaron E.

  • George E.The waits can be long, but it is probably the best brunch place in Chicago. Or at least in any of the neighborhoods that most people know.

    55555 by George E.

  • Torie G.The buffalo frog legs.are the best I've had in my life accompanied with the best blue cheese I have had in my life!!!!

    55555 by Torie G.

  • La Guía RaspberryTienen sólo 6 habitaciones para hospedar a algunos suertudos viajeros que disfrutarán de su pequeño hotel boutique. Reserva con tiempo de anticipación.

    55555 by La Guía Raspberry

  • Ninfa C.There were plenty of tables but they said we had to wait 15 min, hence forced to buy a drink from bar - not cool!

    22222 by Ninfa C.

  • Melissa R.gruyere donuts

    55555 by Melissa R.

  • Chito P.this place has it all.

    55555 by Chito P.

  • Shannon H.Try the "1-2 Punsch"

    55555 by Shannon H.

  • Lindsey BIt's tough to make killer fried chicken. They nailed it!

    55555 by Lindsey B

  • HARRISON P.The "cross country flight" of whiskies is an absolue MUST TRY! Such great and fresh takes on bourbon!

    55555 by HARRISON P.

  • Adrienne P.When a place has enough balls to aerate ranch.. Then you know this place means business!

    33333 by Adrienne P.

  • Jeff2013 - 1 Michelin Star

    55555 by Jeff

  • Rachel F.The crepenette is like pulled pork amazingness. Sounds strange but easily one of the best things I've eaten in a year

    55555 by Rachel F.

  • Ben M.Wild Boar Sloppy Joe

    55555 by Ben M.

  • Mike B.Lamb tartar. Delicious

    55555 by Mike B.

  • Mike B.First time I've had bone marrow. Very good.

    55555 by Mike B.

  • Mike B.The pork belly is the best I've had anywhere

    55555 by Mike B.

  • John A."Bring me some figgy pudding." It is Divine.

    55555 by John A.

  • Stephanie B.Look for Anne. This red-headed bartender makes the best drinks.

    55555 by Stephanie B.

  • Lisa W.The fried chicken and waffle and cheese grits on the brunch menu is what dreams are made of. Just get it, damn that chicken is good.

    55555 by Lisa W.

  • Nastasia M.So goooood! Try the burger with bacon and the beef fat fries!

    55555 by Nastasia M.

  • Araminta K.Preston is an awesome server!

    55555 by Araminta K.

  • Dougie F.Try the Pastrami Spiced Pig Head, Sauerkraut Gnocchi, Dehydrated Rye, Shaved Pear-Watercress Salad, Thousand Island Sugo (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Dougie F.

  • Dougie F.Try the Mac and Cheese (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Dougie F.

  • Dougie F.Try the Sweet Corn Veloute With Mushrooms And Duck Egg (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Dougie F.

  • Aaron E.Try the Fried Chicken and Waffles - Best chicken an waffles on the northside. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Aaron E.

  • Derek W.Burger, Rye Tai Whiskey, and Sweet Corn Churro.. I couldn't have had a better meal

    55555 by Derek W.

  • GQ MagazineGood drinks. Good whiskey.

    55555 by GQ Magazine

  • Mark L.good all times of day but wait till 5 for the pretzel to be available

    55555 by Mark L.

  • Dan I.Try the PBR breakfast.

    55555 by Dan I.

  • David S.Perfect old fashioned.

    55555 by David S.

  • Doug S.Outside beer garden - dig it!

    55555 by Doug S.

  • BethThe pretzel appetizer is life-changing.

    55555 by Beth

  • Annie S.This place is awesome. Crazy ass whiskey selection, super comfortable inn upstairs , the attention to detail all the way around is incredible. Recommended x 1000. Killer.

    55555 by Annie S.

  • Jenn K.Get the mac&cheese, no brainier!

    33333 by Jenn K.

  • HY C.Wild boar sloppy joe. Bourbon flights. Michelin star. Need I say more?

    55555 by HY C.

  • Tasting TableYou must try the Dante's Paradise, a combination of Aperol, Cocchi Americano, Stiegl, grapefruit and a mezcal. Pair the drink with a springy plate of English pea agnolotti with truffle vinaigrette:

    55555 by Tasting Table

  • Sima D.The wait for outside seating can be long - I'd recommend "first available."

    55555 by Sima D.

  • Erin C.Best bourbon list ever!

    55555 by Erin C.

  • Brian T.Lobster tater tots..

    55555 by Brian T.

  • Nick A.I don't have the vocabulary to describe how good the food is.

    33333 by Nick A.

  • Brennan K.There's going to be a wait, so put your name in and head down the block to grab a drink at the bar at Ciao.

    33333 by Brennan K.

  • Hannah M.Ask for bread and then wipe your plates with it. you're welcome.

    22222 by Hannah M.

  • Chicago magazineOver-the-top desserts include a hilariously satisfying beer float—oatmeal stout with caramel sorbet and salted-peanut frozen custard.

    55555 by Chicago magazine

  • Open Air PublishingTry the malted bacon ice cream. Want to learn how to make it yourself? Chef Jared Wentworth's recipe is featured in "The Better Bacon Book" for iPads. http://oapub.co/9a4d0f5d

    55555 by Open Air Publishing

  • Open Air P.The Malted Bacon Ice Cream is a must try. Want to learn how to make it yourself? Chef Jared Wentworth's recipe is featured in "The Better Bacon Book" for iPads. http://bit.ly/foursq_bacon

    55555 by Open Air P.

  • Rory J.Order a bloody mary

    55555 by Rory J.

  • Louis R.beef better then pork, never thought I'd say that...

    33333 by Louis R.

  • Gio F.An amazing wine list!! Give it a try. Fellow bartender.

    55555 by Gio F.

  • s p.Cheesy gougere melts in your mouth. Gorgeous texture.

    55555 by s p.

  • Alissa G.Try the donut desert and pigeon. Sloppy joe is ok but not great.

    55555 by Alissa G.

  • Time Out ChicagoThe chef turns the quizzical texture of beef tongue into a hash alternately crisp and fatty, and he deep-fries clams to perfection.

    33333 by Time Out Chicago

  • Benjamin B.Get the Porchetta!

    55555 by Benjamin B.

  • Jared D.In addition to the wonderful food and bar, L&E has lodging!

    55555 by Jared D.

  • Peter P.Glad it's not Longman and Vulture!

    55555 by Peter P.

  • Logan B.If you order the (phenomenal) burger medium rare, they'll actually cook it medium rare!

    55555 by Logan B.

  • Caroline D.Best.brunch.ever: friend chicken and waffles with sweet potato porkbelly hash....that just happened and no doubt will again

    55555 by Caroline D.

  • gene s.wild boar sloppy joe, sazerac cocktail, old overholdt, longman's classic burger... so much win!!

    55555 by gene s.

  • Time Out ChicagoBy the time I made my way from the brioche’s crisp exterior to its custardy interior, an odd mass of whipped cream revealed its true identity—whipped maple syrup—as it reduced to its original form.

    33333 by Time Out Chicago

  • Time Out ChicagoLongman recreates "Negroni di Aqulia" into something that’s suited for the early hours, subbing mellow Aperol for Campari, introducing effervescence with prosecco and shoving gin out of the picture.

    33333 by Time Out Chicago

  • Chicago magazineMust-try cocktail: Tom Collins. The best Tom in town (and we’ve tried them all), anchored by real Old Tom gin, as it should be.

    55555 by Chicago magazine

  • C. A. C.They don't seat parties larger than six. If you had a big group, go elsewhere or e ready to split up.

    33333 by C. A. C.

  • Hannah ..order some Whiskey to go with your Whiskey

    55555 by Hannah ..

  • Laina V.This place doesn't take reservations. Walk in with a party of 9 on a Tuesday an it's a 2.5 hour wait. No thanks.

    33333 by Laina V.

  • Ryan N.Best manhattan in the city period.

    55555 by Ryan N.

  • Nick G.Go for brunch. Arrive early. Drink while you wait. 5 dollars for a beer and a shot of whiskey. Do that several times. Then order the Chicken and Waffles. Welcome to paradise.

    55555 by Nick G.

  • Sam S.THE cure from the night before

    55555 by Sam S.

  • Logan B.It doesn't get better than L&E for pork-fueled brunch, outstanding whiskey list, and solid craft beer selection.

    55555 by Logan B.

  • Colleen Marie E.Seriously, these people are the salt of the earth! Try the cheeses, try their brunch, but for the love of God try the Daylight Beneath the Waves cocktail; of you like gin, you won't regret it...

    55555 by Colleen Marie E.

  • Angelica C.Get the PBR breakfast.

    33333 by Angelica C.

  • Nate D.The mango Margarita is ur friend. Don't trust the lime.

    55555 by Nate D.

  • Olivia D.This place shouldn't really be just in the "bar" category. But, their old fashioneds are made in the "old fashioned" way and are phenominal! So is everything on the menu!

    55555 by Olivia D.

  • 🚲 AliWow words would not do this place justice. Just go, trust me. Amazing food, amazing drinks, amazing mustaches.

    55555 by 🚲 Ali

  • Ash F.Grab a drink in the courtyard out the back while you wait for your meal.

    55555 by Ash F.

  • Scott S.The summer English pea soup was delish.

    55555 by Scott S.

  • Chris P.Try the duck balls...I mean testicles.

    55555 by Chris P.

  • Joe M.Negroni di Aquila: Summer in a glass

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  • Knower TOld style $3.

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  • Paul CJust about everything here is outstanding. If you are there for brunch: chicken and waffles.

    55555 by Paul C

  • RCRD LBLWhile you wait for your wild boar sloppy joe to arrive, pick out some tunes on the Wurlitzer juke box. And with a whiskey selection this big, you can't go wrong.

    55555 by RCRD LBL

  • Dan M.Ask the bartender to make you a Bloody Larry.

    33333 by Dan M.

  • JamieOrder a drink not on the menu... The bartender will appreciate the creative freedom and might even name it after you!! And save room for dessert- gruyere donuts.

    55555 by Jamie

  • CraigMy whisky dream. My vegan nightmare

    55555 by Craig

  • CNTravelerIts six newly opened and—management forewarns—not entirely soundproofed guest rooms just upstairs are as nonconformist as the restaurant known to whip foie gras into hot chocolate.

    55555 by CNTraveler

  • CookingSchools.comThis place is doing it right. Chef Jared Wentworth offers creative dishes, not for the faint of heart. The atmosphere is relaxed, perfect for a low-lit date or hiding out after a long day at work.

    55555 by CookingSchools.com

  • Gerard B.Try the food

    55555 by Gerard B.

  • Craig M.Marrow bones!

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  • Craig M.Marrow bones

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  • Craig M.Bone marrow!

    55555 by Craig M.

  • Ramon c.Don't get the frog legs not good :( , ricotta gnuddi mediocre, tenderloin with foie gras divine. And better yet next to our table the mayor of Chicago Rahm Emmanuel . Lovin it ;)

    55555 by Ramon c.

  • Delane H.Crab Eggs Benedict are amazing!!

    55555 by Delane H.

  • Charlie F.Parking around here sucks. Like 10 meter spots,permit required around. Banana French toast are great for bfast, sloppy Joe must have for every other meal. Bloody Mary with whisky is a good sub.

    55555 by Charlie F.

  • ManbqueBone Marrow and whiskey. Need I say more?

    55555 by Manbque

  • mellonsr Jask for ryan.

    55555 by mellonsr J

  • Chirag P.Exquisite beers on tap including Goose Island Pepe Nero Dogfish/3 Floyds Poppa Skull

    55555 by Chirag P.

  • Gamaliel E.Great food & drink selection. The bartenders really know what they are doing.

    55555 by Gamaliel E.

  • Ramon c.Venison entree ? Hey hey !!

    55555 by Ramon c.

  • Jimmy M.The sloppy joe here is the best I've ever had! It's seriously better than most burgers I've eaten. Soooooo gooooood!

    55555 by Jimmy M.

  • DailyCandyHipster haven invites heavy-hitting whiskey drinkers and die-hard foodies for wild boar sloppy joes.

    55555 by DailyCandy

  • schneidermike s.Jared Wentworth is the next April Bloomfield

    55555 by schneidermike s.

  • schneidermike s.They just received a Michelin star! Congrats! That is an amazing achievement.

    55555 by schneidermike s.

  • Cory Ftry everything!!!!!!!

    55555 by Cory F

  • Chris A.Check if they have the risotto/veal dish. Top 5 dish in Chicago. Easy.

    55555 by Chris A.

  • FoodspottingTry the Gruyere Donuts

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  • Seve BBest snack ever: the Pretzel with Welsh Rarebit (a sort of spiced cheese fondue for dipping). At least if you're a vegetarian...

    55555 by Seve B

  • megan dickinsonthis place is a lame hipster bar. slow service.

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  • AdriennePork Shank entree. Do it.

    55555 by Adrienne

  • W. Tad BOrder Wild Boar Sloppy Joe. Add a fried Duck egg. Unbutton top button of pants. Eat. Be Happy.

    55555 by W. Tad B

  • Gerardo CGet over your fear of eating pigs head and order the tete du cochon, it will make you smile at the wonder of pork.

    55555 by Gerardo C

  • Amy D.If you're looking for a good bar snack, try the buffalo frog legs. Best buffalo sauce I've ever had.

    55555 by Amy D.

  • John W JIf it has Pork Belly in it - order it. You're welcome.

    55555 by John W J

  • Brad C.You can't go wrong with the pork belly entree... Try a few entrees and share with a group. This place is a nice surprise!

    55555 by Brad C.

  • Jeff C.Ask for Bonus, the strongman at eagle!

    55555 by Jeff C.

  • DJ F.Manhattan is crucial!

    55555 by DJ F.

  • margaret CPork belly is really good if a little chewy.

    55555 by margaret C

  • Annemarie sDrink bourbon. You'll enjoy this place, if you like pork products.

    55555 by Annemarie s

  • Evan$3 Fighting Cock. Marrow bone, fois gras.. 'nuff said. Go.

    55555 by Evan

  • Damon K.go to longman and get the sazerac from derek. or try every whiskey drink on the menu, if you're anything like me...

    55555 by Damon K.

  • Tony W.Must have fries, pork belly and clams.

    55555 by Tony W.

  • BenitaBurger all the way!! Beef fat fries? Yes, please. Deeeelish!

    55555 by Benita

  • Casey B.The house Manhattan is one of the best that I've had ever. Its perfectly blended and goes down smooth.

    55555 by Casey B.

  • Andy S.Try the pork belly with pumpkin risotto. A-maz-ing

    55555 by Andy S.

  • CuteChicagoBoys !.Get the wild boar sloppy joe. It melts in your mouth like delicious goodness...

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