If you’re under 50 and don’t belong to a North Shore synagogue, you may feel a little out of place at this throwback steakhouse, where the entry’s covered in signed photos of ancients such as Henny Youngman and Arte Johnson. But don’t let that stop you from indulging in the splendor of the chopped liver with bits of hard-boiled egg, fresh challah rolls brought to the table when you sit down, iceberg-lettuce salad with green goddess dressing and the famous skirt steak with burnt onions. It’s all well worth the heartburn.
|Venue name:||Myron & Phil||Contact:|
6480 W Touhy Ave
|Opening hours:||Dinner (closed Mon)|
|Price:||Average main course: $30|
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