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4352 N Leavitt St, Chicago, IL | Directions 6061841.961101 -87.684179
Neighborhoods: Far North Side, Ravenswood
Excellent Experience – At the recommendation of an acquaintance, I tried this quaint "Tiny" place and came away very pleased. It is an excellent place for a quiet drink, to meet with friends, or to grab a quick bite to eat.
The drinks are fabulous with a large collection of unique concoctions. The Bloody Mary's are incredible, especially the "extra spicy" version. A good collection of beers rounds out the offerings.
The food is also incredible. While the menu is small, the food is tasty and well-sized if you are seeking human sized portions. Each item has had a unique and well balanced combination of flavors. The menu has just changed and new items have been added. Do not ignore the desserts!
For those of us who travel alone, the staff and mangement are attentive but not intrusive on our reverie. Excellent conversation when you want it, quietude when you do not. There are three distinct sections to the place each a little more secluded than the previous so you can choose the level of interaction you seek.
This is a great place to shake off the work day or to have an excellent quiet lunch or dinner. Weekend brunches are irresistable. What a great place to just enjoy life.
Best new bar in Chicago – This is one of those places that you could go on a date or just hang out with friends and you would have a great time. The staff is friendly and they have a really cool drink selection - totally worth trying something new and like their Tiny Cider (perfect for the summer) . They now have food, which is a really nice addition. Their food is WAY better than your average bar food but comes without any attitude. I'm not impressed easily and I'm impressed with this place.
This cozy Logan Square cocktail lounge is adored for staying true in spirit (but perhaps not proportions) to the Lakeview original. – In Short
Reopening in this roomier space gave rise to another change; gone is the tired art deco decor, trumped by fetching contemporary finished, like spot-lit abstract art, textured walls and a sleek, long bar. A wall of upholstered booths still lends that intimate club feel adored by diehards of the old Tiny. A familiar martini list is still the bread-and-butter of the operation, but now it comes bolstered with additions like a tart Pisco Sour and a dozen or so microbrews on tap and five times that in the bottle.
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