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The following pubs serve a full menu.
Attached to the Cobra Lounge. Lots of events including Bikes and Burlesque in the warmers months. Sponsor a three day motorcycle oriented fest each summer. In an area that includes several other breweries. Haven't tried the food but I have seen people eating it and they looked happy! Nice pub food menu.
Small two storied brewpub in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. They make their beer onsite on the second floor and for a small operation they make some decent lagers, saisons, IPAs and others. Food is very good with daily specials. Outdoor seating in the warmer months. Three great places in Pilsen. Try them all.
Excellent sandwiches, burgers, salads with tasty vegan and veggie options. 25 taps which change with good consistency.
Michelin Starred Restaurant and unusual but excellent brewery
Have not tried the food but on a recent bicycle ride stopped in and they were nice enough to let me sample many of their beers. In wine and beer reviews you see ingredients and flavors that we never taste. Bixi's beers showcased each and every flavor and ingredient they advertised in the beer. If they said cardamom, you tasted it. I will make it a point to go back and do some serious tasting!
No longer with bowling but back open in the new District Brew Yards brewpub.
Brewpub from celebrity chef (Rick Bayless). great beer, great food
Few places where you can sit steps from the beach and get some food and a good drink. Not the best beer selection but you will find something you want to drink and the food is edible. Super nice staff. Open in the spring summer and fall meaning it it closed most of the year. Let's call it May thru September. Lots of times music in the evenings.
Nice space with food and beer, affiliated with Corridor
Beer, Cider and Food. Interesting mix of cider and beer cocktails.
Loads of taps with an ever changing menu. Food is edible but beer list is great. Lots of local beers with a good smattering of harder to find not so local ones. Lots of sports on teevees. Walking distance from downtown chicago. If you are in town for a convention or just want to go one place to check out Chicago's beer scene this could be a choice.
Botanical Brewery with eclectic food. Seem to do a lot of collaborations especially with Collective Arts. Really good beer and in a neighborhood loaded with restaurants, shops and other places to get a drink. Across the street from Alcala's one of the best western shops you will find that is not in the west. Want boots and beer.?
Neighborhood pub/restaurant with great selection of beers and Scotch whiskies. Great rooftop deck.
1st brewpub in Chicago now big beer but still good.
Organic brewery inside a high end coffeeshop/restaurant called Uncommon Ground. Nearest brewpub to Wrigley Field.
Larger facility than Lincoln Avenue with extensive menu and great beer. Address is for the front of the building but entrance is around the back. Big outdoor garden for the summer months (dog friendly)and comfy child friendly inside for all year round(not dog friendly). Right around the corner from Spiteful. A favorite brewery of mine.
Eclectic burritos with some of the best beer in Chicago. Super friendly staff who will guide you to the right beer. Bottle shop next door. Always worth the journey.
Older brewery, always a crowd, food, poetry, beer and more. Try the beer go elsewhere to eat because in that neighborhood you have some of the best food in Chicago all within walking distance. The Haymarket refers to the area but more specifically the Haymarket Riots which were a large part of the birth of the labor movement. Look it up and learn!
Before you could get a selection at most places Hopleaf was the place to go. Started off as one the best beer centric bars in Chicago way before the craft beer thing. Specializing in Belgian beer they then opened a Belgian restaurant which ultimately expanded to another open storefront. Good food, great beers. Belgian beers rule here. Do not bring the kids because they do not not allow them at anytime. Still as good as ever,,,,
Brewpub off the beaten path but worth the ride
Grateful Dead themed sandwich shop with a great collection of beers. Very child friendly. Super attentive staff. Great food!
Grateful Dead themed sandwich shop with a great collection of beers. Located in Lincoln Square, right on the square. Very child friendly. Great Food!
Neighborhood bar/brewpub in a space where you not expect it. Specialize in German style beers but their guest list is well thought out with good variety. Kitchen closed on Monday. Menu looks great!
Brewpub in a nice green industrial space. Lots of ipa variety and others.
Brewpub with creative brews and a great space worth the extra effort to visit. In the vicinity of White Sox Park in the Bridgeport neighborhood.
Large space that brews in house with good food and pretty good beer. Kid friendly, sports on TV, and friendly staff. Went back a second time and was impressed with the variety of the beer list.
Brewpub by Horse Thief on far south side of Chicago with good collection of beer and foods.
Pizza and Beer Brewpub and does well at both. (started by a member of Cheap Trick)
Brewpub with great food and one of Chicago's favorite spots.
Very good beer selection / OK food. Lots of youth in a large space. Good for before and after a cubs game as it is right down the street.
Neighborhood pub with good food and small but well thought out beer list. Good food, great beers
Think meat and beer. Small but great beer menu and great food. Burger with brisket on top and other great things to eat
Bar and Restaurant with great beer selection and good food. Nice comfortable place to drink and eat well. Super friendly and knowledgeable staff. Plenty of parking. Local sports on TV