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Sam Worley

Stylish kitchenless South Loop bar offering charcuterie and cheese plates, salads, and finger food.

Our Review

The website of this South Loop concern suggests a classy spot with a diverse selection of drink and an admirably limited menu to nibble off of. Well, the drinks are there—we chose beer from California's Bear Republic off a list of respectable brews, wines, and intriguing-looking (though, at $11 a pop, pricy) cocktails, which lean largely on fruit juices. The "small bites" are a la carte, with cheese and cured-meat options, a caprese salad, fish tacos, and warm goat cheese with marinara, among other middlebrow favorites. Our Brie and mortadella arrived together on a little slate, accompanied by Jewel-bakeshop-caliber French bread, a dab of grainy mustard, and some vinegary green beans—"pickled haricots verts" per the food runner. Sweet, gooey pork sliders soaked through their little buns, and grainy mac 'n' cheese came studded with chewy bacon and topped with a bit of unremarkable tomato. The music's loud, and the TV projected over the bar would fit the rough dimensions of my bathroom.

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