Chicago Brauhaus: "Chicago Brauhaus for German" Chicago Brauhaus Tip by dlandt

Chicago Brauhaus, Chicago: 5 reviews and 5 photos


The Chicago Brauhaus has a long neighbrohood tradition in an old German neighborhood. The food is German-American rather than pure German but you can find places like this all through Central Europe. This one happens to have an American slant. The beer is imported from Germany and when you spend a night there, expect to lock elbows and sway to German drinking songs. They have live music and dancing on most nights. It varies from swing to polka to American to German to German-American. When you listento the entertainers and bartenders and waitetresses, expect it to be aout 70% English and 30% German. Both are understood and credit cards are welcome. In short, this is a great place if you want to experience German-America. Kassler rippchen is especially good, just like Oma used to make.

Favorite Dish: Any schnitzel. All the beer. Kassler Rippchen.

Address: 4732 N. Lincoln Ave.
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Lincon Square. In the Square
Phone: 773-784-4444
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 5
Theme: German/Austrian

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 9, 2003
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