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.
|Venue name:||Fatso's Last Stand||Contact:|
2258 W Chicago Ave
|Cross street:||at Oakley Blvd|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast, lunch, dinner|
|Transport:||Bus: 49, 50, 66.|
|Price:||Average main course: $4|
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Average User Rating
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Fatso's Last Stand will clog your arteries in the best way. Whether your get a cheddar-soaked burger or a classic Chicago dog, you're sure to be filled with the type of grease that Chicagoans have come to know and love.
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.