The Andersonville mainstay's menu has shifted to represent historic Southern taverns, and now features options like chicken & dumplings from the chef's family recipe, and pork 'n beans w/ fatback & home fries. The revamped beverage program, meanwhile, features a much-fortified list of whiskeys, local drafts, and old-school punches like a rye, Scotch, lemon & cava concoction from 1882 called the Spread Eagle, proving sex jokes have been hilarious for at least 130yrs.
Published: May 2, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
5347 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60640
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