Chicago >Old Towne Pizza Pub
What Happened!? – We have been going to this pub for several years and LOVED the food (mostly the thin crust pizza). We took a break for a few months after our daughter was born, when we came back the menu had COMPLETELY changed! They made it an Italian based menu. Don't you think we have enough Italian places in the area!?! Bring back the tater tots and southwest eggrolls and paninis and the best thin crust pizza in the city!!!! We had a great place for really great bar food and they ruined it. BRING BACK THE OLD MENU!!!!!
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A great secret found in Old Town – I've been going to this bar for over a year, and yes everyone knows my name. On week nights (sports pending), it's a fairly low-key place to have a beer and food. They've recently expanded their menu and put Fat Tire on tap. They do start to know you after going only a couple times, and the bar is usually packed with locals/the usuals. If you live around here, it's a great place to hang out. The people who work here are all exceptional and very nice. The weekends can get a bit crowded. I love this bar.
Like chears for old town – OK...That's most likley not true for everyone. But once you've gone there a couple times, it sure is. Staff is friendly, 2nd best ribs in town (who would have guessed that), and faily cheap drinks. And everybody knows your..er..my name.
A great place! – A great local place. Just off the beaten path enough to be a great find! Food was great. Can't beat the drink specials!!
This tap jovially serves up adequate suds and pub grub to neighborhood folk. – The Scene
Come as you are--as long as you're flush. Manicured professionals decked in khakis and Claiborne frequent this pleasantly standard spot, owned by the purveyor of River North's Garrett Ripley's. Wood-heavy decor and exposed brick walls emanate a conservative, Cubs-friendly feel while approachable pub fare and straightforward cocktail selections promise to welcome even non-locals with open arms.
Be assured, nothing too crazy goes on here. Think patrons ordering single malt scotch neat with straight-up Reuben paninis, high-powered professionals sipping casually on Amstel Light, and post-frat 20-somethings snacking greedily on onion rings and poppers. A modest import selection comprises bottles and taps, and Old Town Pub also boasts a respectable collection of whiskey and vodka. TVs cast antique bric-a-brac in the glow of everything from golf to rodeo, and typcial tunes--more mainstream than hipster--range from Pete Yorn to Dirty Vegas.
best dive bar in oldtown. stiff drinks. great jukebox. ok so the crowd is a tossup. 20's to 50's
pizza anyone...... – great thin crust pizza, as well as a variety of sandwiches especially the paninis & burgers.
a good variety of appetizers, all around good bar food. small bar, but an ample amount of tables
Finally a late nite kitchen!!! – Pizza, sandwiches and beer until 1am, need I say more? The food was great and they have a very friendly service staff. Its also close to Zanies and Second City for a night out and drinks afterwards.
A MUST IN OLD TOWN – We had a great time at this pub. The food and service are worth talking about. Old town needed a place for pizza, sandwiches and drinks. FOOTBALL TOO!!! This pub was made for locals.