Ada St.

Restaurants , Contemporary American River West/West Town
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Salmon tartar at Ada Street

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Ada Street

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Ada Street

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Ada Street

Michael Kornick and David Morton (DMK Burger Bar, Fish Bar) teamed with chef Zoe Schor (L.A.’s Bouchon and Craft) for this hybrid cocktail bar–restaurant. The room is lovely, and so is the food. Schor’s deep-fried black-eyed peas are the perfect drinking snack, and her light touch with steak (dressed in nothing more than brown butter), salads and even doughnuts makes sense with the food-friendly cocktails coming from behind the bar.

Venue name: Ada St.
Contact:
Address: 1664 N Ada St
Chicago
60642
Cross street: between Concord Pl and Wabansia Ave
Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sun 5:30pm-10pm; Tues 5:30pm-11pm; Fri, Sat 5:30pm-1am
Transport: Bus:9,72,73.
Price: Average small plate: $8
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Grace P

Ada Street is a cozy, sleek, off-the-beaten-path gem. Its location is a little off--with the Hideout as its only neighbor, Ada Street is essentially in a truck lot--but that definitely adds to the charm. The crispy black eyed peas are an absolute must!