Finish up with a slice of their heavenly raspberry pie. Brent La Rowe: The Grouper Tacos with fries hit the spot on a breezy summer Sunday, especially paired with the Sixty Four Ten (happy hefeweitzen, which was pretty interesting and tasty).
Margo Andrews: Lasagna, clam sauce, and gnocchi were awesome! Jeff Dillinger: The best advise I can give is to go to another place.
Redye Chicago: A steakhouse’s reason for being is typically the beef. The crust glinted with salt and was adorned with candied orange zest and flecks of rosemary.
Keri Harvey: I am a huge fan of roasted veggie sandwiches, but this one is demolish! Royal Flesh Tattoo and Body Piercing: Try the Ropey Vaisey.
Sherry Bimodal: Small salad is big enough for two! Chicago Tribune: As good as the sushi is here, chef Mark Cellar’s prepared plates, including rich and bold sukiyaki, terrific robata-grill snacks and the signature Monetary tartar are what will blow your mind.
Try the Caesar Salad with Parmesan crusted chicken added to it! Try the Cajun burger with pepper jack... oh and martini specials for $6.95.
Train's Chicago Business: The blackened salmon Caesar ($14.95), taking off in a contemporary, Southwestern direction, is worth exploring. Jeremiah Duncan: Tasty seafood, relaxing atmosphere, without the prevention of a lot of similar restaurants.
Explore Chicago: Greek Island is the staple of Greek Town, importing wines, olives oil, oregano, honey and olives straight from Greece. Some favorites: Nagasaki, Athenian salad, broiled salmon, Lake Superior white fishtail, gyros (extra tzatziki).
Jon Watkins: Easily the best deal for the price. Really love it, but “locked” closet in the room was full of clothes AMD other random items.
Chicago magazine: Check out the house specialties for affordable treats such as whole-wheat fettuccine carbonate with kale and smoked duck breast. Thick Key lime tart nails the experience.
Eater: The menu offers bold flavored dishes with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients. Going a step above most, Pukka focuses on wine pairings offering a solid and growing international selection.
Candy Jerónimo: the Best fresh Portuguese fish! THE_MAN: The food and quality of service is outstanding at Telepizza down the street, not like this place.
King: Great high-end dim sum with a lovely view of Lake Ontario / Toronto Islands. Order à la carte menu or pick from the trolleys that come around.
Dan Chan: great place for sashimi, sushi, cooked Japanese mummies & grocery... Heather Li | : Get the sushi deluxe roll; you won't regret it.
The fried grouper and oysters are good, but the crab balls are terrible. The fried shrimp is bland and the hush puppies are extremely dry.
Matt Ackley: Beach Club and the Grouper Sandwiches at excellent choices and great portions! Ann Simon: The burger with nacho cheese, seafood Cobb, and quesadilla are very good.
Stan Elf rink: Grouper Sonoma with a glass of Boyle Chardonnay is the perfect meal. The experience is one that should be on your list of “to-dos” while in PC Beach.
Abi Carmen: Sarah, best waitress in the place. Wasn't real hungry, and she suggested the slider appetizer, delicious and hit the spot.
Great service and the Monster cheeseburger was huge and delicious! Shannon Poland: If you go here on Spring Break you need to buy the Panamanian Club Card.