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We trekked up to Logan Square on the Blue Line while visiting Chicago this weekend, based on the previous reviews here on TA and the fact that it has a coveted Michelin Star. We went in with great expectations but left wondering what all the...More
This is a great place. we had dinner and drinks and loved, loved, loved our evening. The food was to die for and the drinks were not just an adventure but a lot of fun too. the entire staff was friendly, helpful and downright fun....More
10am brunch for 3. Short wait, where we were able to grab a drink and a seat at the back bar. Great ambiance and service. Drink options were delicious; we tasted quite a few! Limited, but delicious menu items.
Stopped by on a Sunday (free parking across the street) for brunch and ordered the noted dish; it was PERFECT: a rich mix of Shrimp, Mushrooms, Wine, Lardon and Bisque (plus Grits of course) - every ingredient pulled its weight. It was an ample but...More
Awesome place all around. Love the atmosphere. Food is incredible. We ordered the chicken and waffles, pork jowl. And wild boar sloppy joe. Fun to share our dishes. It's a must when you visit Irving park.
Where are you traveling from? This is not in the center of the city which helps. The restaurant is open. I'd say the back area is a little smaller and less loud. The atmosphere is great and that's part of the experience.
I would say that it's a good 15-20 min can ride and taxis readily available (standard or Über....I generally use Über); also the Logan Square blue line "L" stop is conveniently located across the street from L&E. You're... More
I would say that it's a good 15-20 min can ride and taxis readily available (standard or Über....I generally use Über); also the Logan Square blue line "L" stop is conveniently located across the street from L&E. You're robably unlikely to get a room there over the weekend without 2 months advance planning. Given the charm and affordable nature of this inn it books up quickly. The beds are not that large nor are the rooms except for the largest and most expensive one; think European inn here. The L&E website provides great descriptions of each of the 6 rooms.
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"Room 04 is more spacious than room 13, and has the better light and view, but also a bit noisier."