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Pacific Standard Time

Chicago . American, Brunch

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About the restaurant

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Breezy locale for California cuisine. Airy, stylish hot spot with an ever-changing menu of California cooking, plus artisanal cocktails.

Address:

141 W Erie St, Chicago, IL 60654, USA

Phone:

(312) 736-1778

Reviews

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Dara Nikolova

6 months ago

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Really disappointing brunch given all the hype - went last spring and all five members of our party were disappointed by the food. Heavy and bland 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Eater image

1 year ago

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Chicago’S Food Scene Got A Jolt Of Fresh Air When Former Avec And Nico Osteria Chef De Cuisine Erling Wu-Bower Opened This Breezy California-Inspired Restaurant In River North In Conjunction With His One Off Hospitality Mentors Paul Kahan And Donnie Madia. Bower And Team Churn Out A Casual Menu Of Light Fare Utilizing Precise Execution And Exquisite Ingredients, Spanning A Myriad Of Light Cuisines From Warm Weather Locales Such As Middle Eastern-Inspired Large-Format Duck, Pitas That Utilize Ahi Tuna And Beef Tartare, Dumplings And Pizzas. Reservations Are Recommended, Although Tables Are Easier To Find During Lunch And Brunch Services At The 2018 Eater Chicago Restaurant Of The Year.

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Bib Gourmand image

1 year ago

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Reservations are recommended at this buzzy Cal-Italian spot. Awash in bright white walls and blonde wood, including a bustling bar settled into the center of the restaurant, Pacific Standard Time brings a breezy West Coast vibe to River North, and the Midwest can’t get enough. On the menu, you’ll find a refreshing mix of Neapolitan-style pizzas, homemade pastas and fish. Highlights though include the ahi tuna starter, as well as trout dressed with a Thai vinaigrette, sesame, avocado purée and dill. At the center of the kitchen are two oak wood-fueled hearths, which turn out rib-sticking items like roasted chicken and whole duck (not to mention those delicious pies). Service is personable and casual, but highly attentive to the details that count.

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Cristin Pacifico

2 years ago

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Fresh take on small plates. Warm ambience. Expected good things from former Nico Osteria chef and this did not disappoint. Perfect for a date or friends - but reservations are a must.

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Michael Cohen

1 year ago

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Hip tapas spot. Food is solid but a bit pricey for the experience

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Fabio Caiazzo image

1 year ago

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Very good food, great choice on the appetizers, and outstanding desserts!

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Cassie Grafstrom

2 years ago

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The food they had was quite good, but there was really only pizza for vegetarians. Step it up.

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