Cass wrote:Another quick update from Chicago...
It's been there for a couple of years now, but the Little Goat Diner is a top-notch spot. It's in the Fulton Market area, across the street from Haymarket and around corner from Publican. (Also across the street from Girl & the Goat, the famous first restaurant from the chef).
The Little Goat has a small bar/coffee shop adjoining the main diner area, and it's got 16 taps ("well curated") of many local breweries - Moody Tongue, Local Option, Three Floyds, Half Acre + more, event a "FoBaB special" of Founders Backwoods when I visited. There's also a collab beer with Little Goat & Haymarket.
The bartender told me that the bar staff and the owners are big craft beer fans, and it shows here. There's also a delicious looking takeaway counter for the bakery and a coffee bar.
This area of town is clearly one of the hot spots with a concentration of good bars and restos, so definitely worth checking out.
Chris wrote:A new brewpub is supposed to be opening ... And I'm as excited about the food as I am the beer:
http://www.rickbayless.com/meet-la-guar ... ship-beer/
The beer sounds pretty interesting too!
Cass wrote:Here's the post to end all posts about Chicago.
http://www.bartowel.com/chicagos-beer-s ... ying-high/
Summary, map, pics, hope people find this to be a good reference next time you're in Chicago.
Cass wrote:Anyone heading to FoBaB this weekend?
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