Pleasant House Bakery supplies the food at this Randolph Street bar, which has capitalized on the West Loop’s popularity as a dining destination, positioning itself as a place to get pre- or postmeal drinks and snacks. If you're familiar with the meal-size pies that Pleasant House serves at its Bridgeport restaurant, you may be surprised by the shrunk-down version here, a hockey puck less than half the size of the original (though the $8 price tag is the same). Fortunately, the quality is unchanged, the crust light and flaky. We had less luck with the bland vegetarian chili, but Welsh rarebit—thick slices of toasted bread generously topped with beer-cheese sauce and broiled—was satisfyingly savory. For dessert there's exactly one option: two oatmeal lace cookies with dark chocolate sandwiched in the middle. It's buttery and surprisingly light, just the thing to order if you want a little something sweet but don't have room left for a whole dessert.