The hopping brewery is just what East Lakeview needed. The rotating selection of house beers includes IPAs, wheats and pale ales, and a flight of each draft offering is an easy way to find a favorite. The food menu encourages sharing dishes like the bacon poutine with sausage gravy, Scotch eggs and frites with a tangy "dragon sauce," while the creamy cheese-topped burger is a new classic. A brunch menu has biscuits and gravy and omelets, but the sleeper hit is the Captain Crunch French toast, which is made with rum-spiked egg and cream batter and bourbon maple syrup. Get there early or keep your eyes peeled for bar seats—DryHop gets crowded and waits for tables only make it feel more like the place to be.
|Venue name:||DryHop Brewers||Contact:|
3155 N Broadway St
|Cross street:||N Broadway and Briar Place|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Fri, 11am–2am; Sat 11am – 3am|
|Transport:||El stop: Red, Brown, Purple (rush hrs) to Belmont (Red/Brown/Purple). Bus: 36.|
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Dryhop makes for an ideal neighborhood hang out spot in Lakeview. The ever rotating list of beers brewed in house never disappoint. The food menu, though small, is chock full of dishes like the skillet mac and cheese, which just melts in your mouth. The bartenders also offer helpful advice when choosing between different brews, although I've never met a Dryhop beer I didn't like. The noise level is just right to create a fun atmosphere while still being able to hear your drinking buddies from across the table. It's the perfect place for a pint and a bite any day of the week.