Chicago >Dark Horse Tap & Grill
“Great local bar”
“ordered a burger which came with a stale bun and lukewarm mac & cheese.”
Food is not good. Best place to watch a Steelers game outside of being at Heinz Field. However, the food leaves a little bit to be desired. I ordered a burger which came with a stale bun and lukewarm mac & cheese. My friend ordered the grilled cheese and she said it didn't have any taste. This place needs to upgrade its food immediately. Or call the folks at McDunna's--they have THE best bar food in town!
"Dollar" burgers aren't all a dollar. Some are $8.
In an ideal world, places like this would be closed for false advertising. In the meantime, best to just eat someplace else that respects their customers more.
A handsome, semi-sporty Wrigleyville bar with a half-dozen TVs, good food and not-so-rowdy crowds..
Notches above the area's typical sports bars, this spot is decorated in rich woods and tastefully accented with black-and-white classic sports photographs. Wooden booths, tables and stools make the bar immediately comfortable. Five flat-screen TVs are tuned to ESPN and the like, but, thankfully, the regular worn-out sports bar accoutrements are nowhere to be found.
The bar's a hit with those desiring a little class in the shadow of Wrigley Field; young couples and groups of friends fill the one-room space on any given night. As an obvious pre- or post-Cub game destination, it packs to capacity almost instantly, but not with the same ultra-rowdy crowds that throw down at neighboring bars. As for libations, Dark Horse has eight drafts--including Bass and Harp--and regular cocktail-makings. The kitchen produces quality appetizers and entrees like turkey chili, a butcher's special (filet mignon and chicken breast) and Detroit-style hot dogs.
Great local bar. A nice surprise in the area. A great local pub with good food. It can get really crowded on the weekends.
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