This Thai restaurant is always packed these days, so come early to enjoy favorite dishes like Mongolian beef, cashew chicken, egg rolls and more.
At Elizabeth Restaurant we work with the best seasonal offerings from our gardens, woods, local farmers, fishers, and hunters. Each season is equally represented and even with the winter months, no one season is better than the other. We respect our ingredients and the land, highlighting the best of their characteristics. We call our cuisine New Gatherer.
Gene’s famous life-size sculpture of a cow which dominates the outdoor sign welcomes Gene’s Sausage Shop customers to its 20,000 square feet of 40 types of smoked sausages, fresh meats, prepared foods and European imported specialties. The artisan handmade sausages are made fresh on-premise every day by traditional sausage-makers from Europe, and fresh meat is served up the old-fashion way, cut straight out of the meat cooler by trained butchers.
Located in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Chicago, goosefoot is chef Chris Nugent’s BYOB market-driven contemporary American restaurant. The cuisine is an artful blend of French technique with modern vision crafted from small artisan farm products.
Come share some delicious food. byob. never a corking fee. They have a beautiful banquets hall they would love to share with you. you can have delicious food and half the price of a normal party if you bring your own wine!
Neighborhood pizzeria originally opened in the 1960’s, now with a modern flair including an extended menu, brunch, and outdoor patio.
This isn’t your average Andersonville Thai place – this BYOB eatery features continental dishes featuring seafood, dry-aged steaks, and small plates, updated with Asian ingredients. A prix-fixe meal is available as well.
Drawing influence from the Euro-Asian unions of China, India, and Southeast Asia’s Colonial past, the food at Fat Rice combines homestyle comfort with exotic, lesser known ingredients and flavors. Influences are rooted in the travels of the Portuguese and countries they couched over the past 500 years. Fat Rice is the celebration, preservation, and evolution of these past happenings, embracing the traditions of old and presenting them in a new light on a menu of hearty curries, handmade noodles, and wood-grilled meats-all hot and spicy and served in a family-style setting.
Traditional Polish meals, from potato pancakes to schnitzels and fish, are available here for eating in or delivery. Private parties and catering is offered as well.
Fish Bar is David Morton and Michael Kornick’s casual joint serving sustainable seafood fare such as Po’Boys, Maine lobster rolls, oysters, clams, shrimp, gumbo and octopus a la plancha. Tater tots, pies, craft beers and crafty cocktails will also be served with rockin’ tunes and friendly service.