Member Rating 3 out of 5 by Laura on December 17, 2001

This is more of a bar scene than a restuarant, but the food is not bad. I had a wood fired pizza with goat cheese and sun dried tomatoes. The tomotoes were a little hard and chewey. They also have a burgers, grilled ostrich fillet, chicken kabobs and a great Mighty Matilda House Salad (spinach, chow mein noodles and chicken). The martinis are yummy, but expensive. I had an orange dream and it was delicious but $10. The decor is very hip with inverted lamps and picture frames hanging from the ceiling. There are plenty of cozy leather booths and tables for conversation. For a more intimate living room feel you can wander down the VERY STEEP stairs to the candle-lit Baby Atlas lounge, where you can sink into cushy couches & have a chocolate martini. This would be a good new date place or a fun singles joint for the mid-20s crew.
3101 N. Sheffield Ave.
Chicago, Illinois, 60657

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