Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap

Restaurants, Soul and southern American Lincoln Park
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap

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.


Venue name: Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap
Address: 1970 N Lincoln Ave
Cross street: at Armitage Ave
Opening hours: Brunch (Sat, Sun), lunch, dinner
Transport: Bus: 11, 22, 36, 72, 73.
Price: Average main course: $11
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Marisa R

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

Amanda M

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

Melissa M

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

Ashley F

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.

Carrie G

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.