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South Loop outpost of the Green Bay institution known for its buttered burgers.

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Can a Packer bar survive in a Bears town? Kroll's, a Green Bay institution since 1931, is best known for its location across from Lambeau Field, where it gets stormed by burger-jonesing cheeseheads on game days. Now the youngest generation of the family has set up shop in the South Loop, hard by Soldier Field. More than 20 flat-screen TVs line the spacious room and bar, there are daily drink specials and shuffleboard, and in addition to the standard roster of apps, sandwiches, and wraps, there are some specialties that seem appropriately alien to Chicago: chili with spaghetti, a Reuben pizza, and even the much-vaunted charcoal-grilled burger, which is served on a toasted bun with ketchup, pickles, raw onion, and butter. Yep, they're from Wisconsin, all right.

Kate Schmidt

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