Fremont

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Fremont
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Fremont

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Fremont's menu reinforces a social experience. Starters range from Karaage, a Japanese Izakaya-Style Fried Chicken, to Waffle Cheese, a fan favorite winner at this year's Chicago Gourmet.

The broad selection of starters are followed by a variety of salads, flatbreads and sandwiches. However, the main act of the menu is the unique selection of shareable platters. Designed for groups of any size, guests can choose from carefully styled presentations including Duck Three Ways, Charbroiled Lamb Chops, Porterhouse & Shishito Peppers, the Garden Platter, Fremont Hot Fried Chicken Bucket & the Fremont Shellfish Tower.

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Venue name: Fremont
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Address: 15 West Illinois Street
Chicago
60654
Cross street: corner of West Illinois Street and North Clark Street
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 4pm-2am, Sat 10am-3am, Sun 10am-2am
Price: $30 and under
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tastemaker

Is this a restaurant? Sports bar? Club? The Fremont seems to be trying to pack it all in and somehow it works! I came here for dinner and cocktails and was impressed with the extremely attentive service and delicious food. Yes, it is very loud and the tv screens are distracting - definitely more of a big group or girls night out place. Was I won over by my perfectly fruity/floral gin-based Dandelion cocktail? Maybe. I ordered the towering avocado toast, phenomenal burrata and beet dish, and the perfectly tangy/sweet pear and goat cheese flat bread. For such a busy place we had multiple sweet and helpful servers and I would definitely come back for a trendy night out!

tastemaker

I came here on Thursday after finishing up my finals for their $5 Moscow Mules from 4-7 and was pleasantly surprised to find out there were also a few appetizers that were marked down to $5 during their happy hours. Additionally, their happy hour on Thursdays from 5-7 has $20 all you can eat oysters and drink rosé. I liked it so much, I went back on Saturday for their brunch buffet with bottomless mimosas. The buffet is $35 and includes oysters, shrimp, waffle station, Doughnut Vault doughnuts, carving station, and an omelette station. There is a $10 bloody Mary bar, and bottomless mimosas are an additional $15. Once you arrive, you can stay here until the very at at 3pm. The food is great here, and the atmosphere is also very good. Definitely a good value if you ask me!