Green Street Local

Restaurants West Loop
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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This West Loop lounge serves up twists on sports bar comfort food classics like the New Chicago Classic, a blackened seared ahi tuna with avocado, bacon lettuce, tomato and ponzu aioli sandwich on Italian Toast, and the Chicken and Doughnut, a fried boneless breast of chicken served with a glazed doughnut. Green Street Local also offers select craft cocktails and a large selection of craft beer. With Chicago references running throughout the menu, its a spot dedicated to its hometown. 

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Venue name: Green Street Local
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Address: 130 South Green Street
Chicago
60607
Cross street: corner of South Green Street and West Adams Street
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 11am-2am, Sat 11am-3am
Price: $30 and under
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tastemaker

I finally made it to Green Street Local despite living across the street from it for 4 months now. There are so many TV's here! The food is also quite good. We tried the Captain Crunch coated calamari which comes with the most incredible sauce. We also got the ahi tuna appetizer which was delicious as well. There's plenty of space to sit here and they don't charge cover for UFC games. (Apparently other places do? Not sure about this) 

tastemaker

After hearing about their calamari coated with Captain Crunch I had to give Green Street Local a try. And yes, the Captain Calamari was fantastic (as was the honey cherry pepper relish it came with)! Serving sizes here are plentiful - you may want to consider sharing a starter and large plate with a friend. I opted to have breakfast for dinner and received a huge stack of pancakes layered with bacon and sausage. I was only able to get through one pancake and the bacon before giving up and taking the rest home! They missed the fifth star for me only because when my dining partner asked for a side of the calamari relish to eat his fries with, they didn't tell us it would be a $6 charge. The relish is good for sure - but not worth a $6 charge just for a dipping sauce. Otherwise it was a great meal and I definitely plan to return again!