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Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap

Restaurants, Soul and southern American Lincoln Park
5 out of 5 stars
(10user reviews)
Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap

Time Out says

This Southern-style comfort food isn’t the best in town, but it still has enough cream, grease and sugar to keep you happy. Especially when you’re hanging out at a comfy bar with a beer and a basket full of corn bread, hush puppies and apple butter. You could also take a seat in the dining room and clog your arteries with the fat, drive-in burger and a bacon-wrapped meatloaf served with housemade ketchup and country-fried onions. Don’t leave your liver out—there’s a list of more than 70 domestic whiskeys.

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Address: 1970 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago
60614
Cross street: at Armitage Ave
Transport: Bus: 11, 22, 36, 72, 73.
Price: Average main course: $11
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Opening hours: Brunch (Sat, Sun), lunch, dinner
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Users say (10)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

5 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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Excellent selection of beer and the fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and mac n cheese are delicious.


Cozy neighborhood bar. Always a good time. Family friendly during the day, party at night! And the food is amazing


Friendly, efficient staff. Great Sunday Brunch, where they don't rush you! Great value!


The food is fantastic. It's a perfect place for a cozy night of homey favorites on the weekdays and a crazy night of fun on the weekends.

tastemaker

The Sunday brunch at Stanley's is amazing. All you can eat Southern-style buffet with amazing fried chicken, biscuits & gravy, waffle boats, made-to-order omelettes, and A LOT more for just $15. The $10 Bloody Mary bar is also a fan favorite, although I prefer the mimosas that come with a personal mini bottle of champagne. Although I haven't tried their regular weekly menu I would imagine great things based on the great brunch experiences I've had. 


Come hungry. Leave uncomfortably full and happy.