Lincoln Square

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Cinderella pumpkin dessert at Goosefoot Photograph: Martha Williams

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Goosefoot 2656 W Lawrence Ave
    Lincoln Square

  • Cross Street:

    between Talman and Washtenaw Aves

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  • Opening hours:

    Dinner (closed Sun, Mon)

  • Transport:

    El stop: Brown to Rockwell. Bus: 81.

  • Price:

    Nine-course tasting menu: $115

  • Map

    1. Goosefoot
      • 2656 W Lawrence Ave
        Lincoln Square
      • 773-942-7547
      • 41.968668,-87.695967

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The current menu is actually nine courses plus pre- and post- amuse buche and palate cleanser for $135. The BYOB policy makes this an absolute and compelling bargain amongst the other restaurants listed here. You may not find the dishes mentioned in the review as the menu evolves over time and with the seasons. Yes, Chris' food is technically perfect, but it is also memorable - you will certainly remember every bite of every course that interrupts table conversation so that your dining partners can savor the joy their tongues are transmitting to their brains. The engaging, but unintrusive charm, of the servers makes the introduction of each course a pleasure. And Nina's front-of-house attention to detail to making sure that your dining experience is a good one makes you feel more like you're a treasured guest in their home than a customer in their restaurant. This is the only restaurant I've ever eaten at that inspires guests to bring gifts for the proprietors on top of paying for their meals. It's not easy to get a prime reservation, but their opting for the democracy of going with endears them to me even more. Memorable bonus - the menu you're given to follow the progression of courses can be planted to grow wildflowers! A nice reminder that you should return.