It’s fitting that this micro-brewpub is located on the same stretch as Delilah’s; neither is your typical Lincoln Park bar. At Atlas, they are serious about beer—so serious, in fact, that they brew pale ales, IPAs and stouts themselves, in tanks on view behind glass at the back of the room. There’s also a chef-y food menu (example: hanger steak with slow-roasted tomatoes).
|Venue name:||Burnt City Brewing||Contact:|
2747 N Lincoln Ave
|Cross street:||between Schubert Ave and Diversey Pkwy|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Tues 5pm-midnight; Wed, Thurs 5pm-1am; Fri 5pm-2am; Sat noon-3am; Sun noon-midnight|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown, Purple (rush hrs) to Diversey. Bus: 11, 76.|
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Average User Rating
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This is a great place to hang out and I love their beer. They have pretty good snacks and a bowling alley is right next door! It's great for large groups too.
Atlas serves up a solid list of flagship beers, perfect to grab a growler of for easy weekend drinking. I almost always grab a taster glass of whatever they have rotating on their new beers–even if I don't love it, I'm always appreciative of their interesting experiments. They don't shy away from certain styles and me a lot of names around dinosaurs. It's a win win.
Poor service. Stopped in to sample a beer and waited 15 minutes at bar and never got acknowledged or served so I left.