Time Out says
This “last stand” serves Fatsos (burgers) and Welch’s grape juice (?) until 4am on weekends, in a room where the main decor element is hundreds of the stand’s business cards glued to a wall. Though this place is only a few years old, it has the soul of a classic, and anything that goes in a fryer—crispy-on-the-outside french fries, sweet shrimp coated with crunchy panko-like breading—comes out damn near perfect.
2258 W Chicago Ave
|Cross street:||at Oakley Blvd|
|Transport:||Bus: 49, 50, 66.|
|Price:||Average main course: $4|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch, dinner|
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Users say (11)
Average User Rating
4.7 / 5
- 5 star:9
- 4 star:1
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
It is hard to believe the quality and taste of the food on the menu. The burgers and fries are amazing.
I love FATSO's!!!! Juicy burgers, awesome french fries and the best Chicago dogs!!!! I go as often as I can.
I waited 30 minutes for them to open I was their first customer when they first open years ago I knew there food was going to be the bomb and they didn't have change and he was going to give my fatso ddl burger for free I really miss him!!
Best Hot Dogs in Chicago and their burgers are amazing as well. Early or late, Fatso's always does the trick!
After a late show at the Empty Bottle, a walk to Fatso's is usually in order. These guys make some of the best char dogs in the city, accompanied by greasy fries. The burgers (the stand's namesake) are also great, imitating the minimalistic West Coast patty stacks favored by In and Out.