Fodor's Expert Review Chicago Brauhaus

$ Far North and Far Northwest Sides German

The German immigrants who settled in Lincoln Square have mostly moved on, but they left behind the Brauhaus, an Oktoberfest of a restaurant featuring a live band playing nightly polkas and waltzes that bring old-timers and new converts to the dance floor. Though the atmosphere is the draw over the food, you can't go wrong with the bratwurst and sauerkraut or the schnitzel. Large tables add to the convivial atmosphere: you may make some new friends. As expected, there is a good selection of German beer.

German Historical Lively Lunch Dinner $ Family

Quick Facts

4732 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, Illinois  60625, USA

773-784–4444

www.chicagobrauhaus.com

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues.

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