Chicago . New American, Gastropub
837 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
2 months ago
“Pork is elevated to gourmet status” at Paul Kahan's West Loop New American, where an “imaginative” small-plates menu (“sharing is the name of the game”) celebrates “all things pig”, but also includes a “fine selection” of seafood and other “thoughtful” dishes for “non-swine lovers” too; drinks are “delicious” and the digs “cool”, and while “long” communal tables mean it can get “loud”, most still agree it “scores on all fronts.”
8 months ago
The Template For One Of The Country’S Top Chefs And Restaurant Groups (Paul Kahan’S One Off Hospitality), Their Temple To Pork, Fish, Charcuterie And Beer Is Stronger Than Ever, As Evidenced By Spinoffs Across The Street And At O’Hare International Airport, And A Spot On Eater National’S Best Restaurants In America List. Don’T Mistake The Boisterous Atmosphere With Long Beer Hall-Esque Communal Tables For Pedestrian Food Or No Waits, As It Remains One Of Chicago’S Toughest Tables, Even For The Standout Brunch.
10 months ago
Went for brunch and it was pretty good! They have family style seating at long tables so don’t go if your looking for a romantic dinner unless you can secure the booths. Have a good oysters selection for dinner! Bloody Mary was so-so but at least came with a pony
1 year ago
It has been a few years since I was here, but really nice family style sharing plates in a cool neighborhood!