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Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop



825 Church Street
Evanston, IL 60201

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(847) 733-9030

  • Sun - Thu 11:00am - 8:30pm
  • Fri - Sat 11:00am - 9:15pm


4.7 of 5.0 from 56 reviews

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Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop in Evanston, IL
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  • ChefMozWhile lunch and dinner is this place is ok (I had a rather plain chicken-fried steak one night), breakfast here is extra special. Dishes like Jambalaya omlettes and banana bread french toast are awesome and very generous. Even their biscuits and gravy have a New Orleans flair, made spicier than your typical truckstop gravy with andouille sausage. On weekdays they have cheap breakfast specials (2 egg, sausage/bacon, toast/biscuit combo things)The decor is fun, filled with roadside signs and like-items, but without feeling too much like a Bennigan's.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozMy family and I recently visited some friends in Evanston who graciously treated us to breakfast at the Dixie Kitchen. The food and ambience were terrific, but the best of all was the chicory coffee. Hot, sweet, strong and wonderful. My coffee at home hasn't measured up any morning since! Definitely a pleasurable dining experience and the next time I'm in Evanston, you can bet we'll find our way there again. Laurie B.

    33333 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozYou don't need a tie but it isn't just a bar n grill either. Nice place to take a date if you don't need to spend a fortune to impress her. Lots of neat stuff hanging on the walls and ceiling. Staff is a pleasure, cooks know what they are doing. Fried green tomatoes, corn bread, sweet tea, all that good Southern cookin'.

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • Brian N.You can get a fried green tomatoes dish with the Freebie App, for FREE! Download it here: http://frbapp.com/getfreebie

    55555 by Brian N.


  • Brian L.Shrimp cakes.

    55555 by Brian L.


  • Chrissy S.Peach wings and cornbread pancakes are off the chain!! So good!!

    55555 by Chrissy S.


  • AngeliqueDo not get the Southern Eggs Benedict. They were not good. Cheese grits were awesome.

    55555 by Angelique


  • Rose R.Everything here is spicy and awesome!

    55555 by Rose R.


  • Andru E.Try the Cheese Grits (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Andru E.


  • Andru E.Try the Fried Chicken (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Andru E.


  • Andru E.Try the Corn Panc - #FiestaMovement (via @Foodspotting)

    33333 by Andru E.


  • Brian S.Great Southern Cajun Food

    55555 by Brian S.


  • Jimmy Y.Eggs sardou perfect for brunch...

    55555 by Jimmy Y.


  • Thomas F.The Johnny cakes are off the chain! The waitress suggested red beans and rice with sausage.

    33333 by Thomas F.


  • Chris H.Try Abita's Turbo Dog beer. Hard to find this New Orleans specialty this far north

    55555 by Chris H.


  • Hanan A.So cheap and filling!

    55555 by Hanan A.


  • Hanan A.So cheap! And filling!

    55555 by Hanan A.


  • Rebecca S.Mmm gimme some fried chicken

    55555 by Rebecca S.


  • B D.Been coming here for 10 years! Service and food are always great

    55555 by B D.


  • Jessie E.My first time eating grits and they're not bad! Super cheap and delicious New Orleans style breakfast food. Craving-city.

    55555 by Jessie E.


  • Rachael R.Southern eggs Benedict are AMAZING.

    55555 by Rachael R.


  • Jake S.If you order the red beans and rice, add in the sausage (it's worth the extra $2.00). Portions are HUGE here!

    55555 by Jake S.


  • Katie O.The shrimp and grits are amazing!! Such a nice waitstaff as well =)

    55555 by Katie O.


  • Will B.Best gumbo/jambalaya north of the Mason/Dixon. Period.

    55555 by Will B.


  • Charles P.Fried plantains are tip top. Accompanying rum sauce is weirdsville.

    55555 by Charles P.


  • Carrie B.Definitely one of the best restaurants in Evanston. The Eggs Sardou is fantastic

    55555 by Carrie B.


  • Alex M.I was disappointed that they didn't honor their 4square special, but I still love it here! The fried green tomatoes are fabulous as is everything else I've tried here (jambalaya, rips, shrimp po boy)!

    55555 by Alex M.


  • Veronica S.Try the southern eggs Benedict or the scrambled tacos. Biscuits and gravy are great here also!

    55555 by Veronica S.


  • Diane S.Love fried green tomatoes but the cornbread is too sweet to go with the eggs sardou.

    55555 by Diane S.


  • Jack S.Seafood cakes, get em u will not be disappointed

    55555 by Jack S.


  • KarenExcellent brunch, especially the Eggs Sardou!

    55555 by Karen


  • KarenThe fried green tomatoes are out of this world!

    55555 by Karen


  • Patrick B.Try the weekend brunch.

    55555 by Patrick B.


  • Raquel O.Best brunch.

    55555 by Raquel O.


  • Michael C.Scrambled tacos

    55555 by Michael C.


  • Colin H.Try the Hoppin' John and plaintains - #cajun (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Colin H.


  • Crystal P.What's not to like best cheap eats

    55555 by Crystal P.


  • Danielle M.Fabulous brunch!!!

    55555 by Danielle M.


  • Jocelyn O.They must mix peach sherbet or dreamsicles or something into the mango smoothies, because they are AMAZING!!!

    55555 by Jocelyn O.


  • Sean C.Fried chicken is great. Mashed potatoes with gravy, delish.

    55555 by Sean C.


  • Roxanne D.blackened tilapia, mashed sweet potatos, and black beans & rice = amazing ! ! !

    55555 by Roxanne D.


  • Walter B.Cheese grits!

    55555 by Walter B.


  • Xochi A.Very affordable, with great veggie options at this cool New Orleans eatery. I love the fried plantains!

    55555 by Xochi A.


  • Tracey K.The beignets are amazing!

    55555 by Tracey K.


  • Amanda D.Their cheese grits should be eaten morning, noon and night.

    55555 by Amanda D.


  • Nigel H.Cool atmosphere

    55555 by Nigel H.


  • Rose O.Grits and catfish still the best!

    55555 by Rose O.


  • Carl H.Ask for a side of the creamy dill dressing to go with the fried green tomatoes.

    55555 by Carl H.


  • Matthew L.The fried chicken is head and shoulders above anything served in a bucket.

    55555 by Matthew L.


  • Ashley M.Jambalaya gave me the itis!

    22222 by Ashley M.


  • GwynneThe fried green tomatoes are to die for!! Sprinkle them with hot sauce :)

    55555 by Gwynne


  • Alfred J.Peach wingssss

    55555 by Alfred J.


  • Katie T.Best sweet tea in the state!

    55555 by Katie T.


  • George C.It's all about the Jambalaya omelet!

    33333 by George C.


  • Arlo G.They don't actually sell bait.

    11111 by Arlo G.


  • Eric S.If you like porters, try the Abita Turbodog Dark Brown Ale - bit of caramel & chocolate taste, although I'm no connoisseur...

    55555 by Eric S.


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