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affix our soup of the day to your entree & add only the equivalent of today's lake side thermometer reading to your tab with these two caveats. 1. it doesn't come with the salad bar. 2. we won't pay you to eat it if the temperature is less than zero
honored in 1979 as chicago's best chili and i have been to slack to try to improve it ever since. but then, why should i? topped with cheddar cheese and onion
if you want that extra stuff on top you'll have to ask for it. as far as the oyster crackers are concerned, you'll get some whether you like it or not
a classic french recipe but switched to spanish onions because they are not as bitter, and swiss cheese on top because it's more neutral. and it taste better
two thousand years of civilization & it's all comedown to this. fried pickles. but they are so good can we all agree to just get over it?
sure, you can find a decent onion ring in chicago. but are they stacked on a stick!?
home (restaurant) made white tortilla chips, as opposed to those el-cheapo, spineless, yellow factory made ones
great snack for cheese lovers featuring 2 different kind of cheese and a lot of salsa and sour cream
make 'em blackened chicken
previously known as "the great pile o' food" , this nacho fabrication is built up with masses of chips, chili, beans, guacamole, cheddar and pepper jack cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream and salsa
corn tortilla chips covered with chopped buffalo chicken, 2 melted cheeses, lettuce and tomato and an ample dribbling of our zesty ranch sauce
add with grilled chicken
add with a scoop of tuna
add with any item except an appetizer
add with one of my (our) fine appetizers
you name the cheese, we pretty much got it covered. covered, get it?
if i was marooned on a desert island with just one burger, this is the one i would pick cause it would have cheese, lettuce, tomato & mayo & onion & pickle on it. alone at last
poblano? no problemo. zesty burger featuring fire-roasted poblano chilis, cheddar, chipotle mayo, lettuce, pickle & red onion. corona on the side? maybe
available elsewhere but their bacon isn't home smoked and their cheddar is that crappy two day old stuff
easy to remember cause it has the same elements as "bacon cheddar burger" plus fried onions & bbq sauce. but here's where things get a little peculiar. it also has tomato & lettuce
we think the name speaks for itself if you must know, peppercorn burger, spicy ketchup, pepperjack, smoked bacon, lettuce & tomato
someone had the vision to gussy up a burget with fried onions & bleu cheese back in 1971. me! and to this day, no one will let me forget it
interesting change of pace for pepper lovers that also contains bleu cheese, fried onions and lettuce and tomato
or is it swiss room mushburger? i'm not totally sure, but it is made with grilled mushrooms & swiss cheese. or is it?
do you ever get a craving for one of these? maybe it's the rye bread, or it's the sauteed onions or american cheese. or maybe it's just patty
this beefless burger is no chicken when it joins up with tomato, lettuce and swiss, cheese to fight for freedom, justice and thousand island dressing
fake out your mouth and stick to your diet all at the same time. served with pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, salsa and a honey oat wheat bun
a west coast treat featuring crispy chicken, lots of chopped bacon, cheddar, avocado, lettuce, tomato and flying lizard ranch dressing.
kind of like the crispy buffalo chicken sandwich minus the sandwich but plus bleu cheese. and the colossal tortilla of course
al pastor marinated chicken cinched up with pico de gallo, pepper jack, guacamole, chipotle mayo and lettuce
the cheesiest sandwich in chicago. 2 slices of swiss over 2 slices of cheddar or vice versa
make it deluxe with the addition of bacon and tomato
few people give me credit for the invention of this popular sandwich and for good reason. all that a side, i still like outs best
take a trip down memory lane with this old-fangled bit of culinary history. remember the 1st time you had one? was it this big and gooey? probably not
begin with 3 english muffin haves with a pile of tuna salad and tomato on each. then alternating slices of cheddar, swiss & pepper jack so it's like having three different sandwiches all for the price of one
for those who would rather eat a turkey club than belong to one.
lincoln park styled shredded bbq, served on our unique bread that looks like a hot dog bun, but it tastes like challah.
starts out credibly enough with tender roast beef, au jus and horse radish sauce. but here's what's so totally confounding, its served on italian garlic bread!!
beer battered icelandic cod, cottage fries, tartar & cocktail sauce
a fowl homage to joe & dom over at mr.beef. sliced roasted chicken dipped in au jus, with grilled peppers, provolone & spicy giardiniera
i'm not sure i really want to know what buffalo style is but i do know that this crispy chicken sandwich contains lettuce and tomato on a sesame seed bun
a mardi gras for the mouth. seared chicken with blackened cajun spices, pepper jack, lettuce and tomato. when you get your sandwich, raise the top of your sesame seed bun and show us your chicken!
chicken breast marinated in bbq sauce, grilled topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato and fried onions yet more bbq sauce and served on a sesame seed bun
significant pile of deep, batter fried chicken tenders served with two profound dipping sauces known simply as bbq and ranch. or jack them up a notch and ask for buffalo style
every monday is cinco de mayo at r.j.s choice of chicken or fish. mexican rice, pico de gallo, jalapeno infused cabbage & salsa
a fork tender homage to our saturday special without all the mess. served with coleslaw, cottage fries & a lot less napkins
you come for that mouth-watering pan-fried chicken but it's the (drool) mac n' cheese that's got you hooked. oh yes!
meat and potatoes cuisine at its best. juicy braised beef with the obligatory mashed potatoes & carrots
our favorite spanish beef dinner with beans, rice, tortillas, guacamole and chargrilled jalapenos and green onions
dry rubbed pork ribs with my secret sauce laid on a stack of fries to make sure none of the drippings make it to the bottom of the plate
what is a dixie pan? is it like giving a movie a bad review with mashed potatoes in your mouth? here's your chance to find out, i do declare!
sometimes it's fish from the sea and sometimes it's from some place else. i don't know. it's complicated. ask your server
choose from two fabulous flavors, orange or ruby red grapefruit
because you don't want to have anything to do with my worst one
yummy blend of frozen yogurt, coffee & home made caramel
(build your own coffee drink) you pick a liqueur. we brew some coffee. st. brendan's, licor 43, frangelico, jameson, amaretto disaronno, sambuca & kahlva are at your disposal
pico de gallo, pepper jack and cheddar
bacon, scrambled eggs & cheddar
served with raisins and brown sugar
challah, wheat, english muffin or rye
root beer regular & lo-cal, cream soda, orange cream
made with a refreshing blend of sauza hornitos tequila, organic agave nectar and fresh squeezed lime juice. served on the rocks. salt optional
"pina is latin for faucet and "colada" is an old aztec recipe for braised turkey, neither really have anything to do with pineapple, coconut, 10 cane rum or grand marnier, strange huh?
invented by a singapore bartender named tung boon in 1915. features gin, benedictine, lime, pineapple & combier. this is actually true
just a perfect day. drink sangria in (by) the park, red wine , brandy, peach liquor, fruit n' spice. served with a plastic reed.
the down-tempo version of the new orleans fizz family of fine gassy concoctions. invented by henry ramos in 1888, our model features sloe gin (really?) and other stuff i can't talk about cause its like secret
this creamy cocktail has been around forever but its derivation is usually suppressed in polite company for obvious reasons
created in 1639 by chico suarez in boa vista, brazil as a method for keeping his per forming monkey edwardo lucid
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