Best New Pub Grub | Eat Out Awards 2011

Owen & Engine If we had a dollar for every bar and grill to jump on the gastropub wagon, only to put out half-assed fish-and-chips and puny...
 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBest New Pub Grub winner: Owen & Engine
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Best New Pub Grub nominee: Blokes & Birds
 (Photograph: Erica Gannett)
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Photograph: Erica GannettBest New Pub Grub nominee: Leopold
 (Photograph: Martha Williams)
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBest New Pub Grub nominee: Southern
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Best New Pub Grub nominee: Three Aces
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Owen & Engine

If we had a dollar for every bar and grill to jump on the gastropub wagon, only to put out half-assed fish-and-chips and puny ale-steamed mussels, well…we’d be rich enough to buy out the bad ones. Luckily, last year saw a few pull ahead of the pack, most notably Owen & Engine. Chef Charles Burkhardt crisps up massive New England haddock fillets for dipping into malt vinegar aioli, forms Slagel Farms beef into a banner burger and melts Worcestershire-spiked cheddar on brown bread for a dead-on Welsh rarebit—and, in true pub fashion, serves all three, alongside a handful of other bar plates, until 1am daily. Hit the restaurant before 10pm to savor the full dinner menu. 2700 N Western Ave (773-235-2930).

Other nominees Blokes & Birds, Leopold, the Southern, Three Aces

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