If you're in Chicago, why wouldn't you visit Goose Island?! So we did.The wait can be pretty long here, but they give you buzzers to alert you when their table is ready. Our group of 9 waited a...
About This Place
When the first Goose Island Brewpub opened its doors in 1988, domestic, mass-produced beer was deeply ingrained in Midwestern culture. The craft beer industry was still in its infancy, with only a handful of brewpubs in existence in the Midwest. In his travels across Europe, beer-lover John Hall had enjoyed a distinctive local brew in each region he visited. Hall was convinced that Midwesterners could produce beers as good or better than those he’d tasted in his travels. Living on the shore of the largest system of fresh water on the planet Earth, in a city with rapidly evolving tastes – John decided that his hometown, Chicago, would be the ideal place to do just that.
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I'd like to be able to give this place four stars, but since I first went here in 2005 they have steadily decreased in quality. Their menu has seemed to expand a little bit into that weird "new...
I had higher hopes for Goose Island. None of the food was great, and the soup came out cold. I would say the best thing we tried was the Roasted Squash salad, but the chili, fish and chips, and...
HUGE place, NICE burgers. My medium well affair was expertly cooked on a nice soft bun. Great beer selections. The menu isn't huge and I found it REALLY odd they didn't have a freakin'...
On our fourth day of our brewery trip and second day in Chicago, after a long trip to the Shedd Aquarium and Art Museum, we just wanted dinner and a beer and I never had even realized Goose Island...
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