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Las Tablas

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(14 Reviews)

2942 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

(773) 871-2414

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Today: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tomorrow: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
11
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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Thu:
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Extra Phones

Phone: (773) 404-8102

Phone: (773) 404-8122

Phone: (773) 202-0999

Payment method
amex, diners club, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
North Side, Lakeview
AKA

Las Tablas Colombian Steak House

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Categories
Latin American Restaurants, Caterers, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants, Spanish Restaurants, Steak Houses
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Spanish, Mediterranean, Caterers, Latin American, Steakhouse, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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ElCoffCarl9

10/05/2009

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Overall
Great place for a relaxing night out...

I went there for my birthday with a small group of friends and had an amazing time. The atmosphere was warm and quaint, the food was cooked perfectly, and the service was very quick. I would not hesitate to recommend Las Tablas to my friends and family.

laura205

10/05/2009

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Overall
my new favorite restaurant

We just had the most amazing dinner here. The steak was amazing, as was the paella! Also, the sangria was absolutely delicious. Nice atmosphere and reasonable prices. Great service, and Dave was so nice! We will definitely be back!

ashleyj430

02/10/2007

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Overall
Gett'n ill

Best part was B.Y.O.B..

Way over priced, bland, and so so service. We ordered 2 recommended dinners and neither was very special. My date and I ended up feeling ill the entire next day. We asked for our steaks medium and they came out like jerky. The inside door kept being left open and it was extremely drafty. I will not go back.

Good Luck.

EmilyDwarf

12/22/2006

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Overall
rules rules rules rules

we went on a monday night, so we were seated right away and had attentive service. i got the steak/shrimp combo and devoured it. DELICIOUS. comparatively affordable to other steak restaurants (my dish was $19), and BYOB doesn't hurt either.

k_luz

12/20/2006

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Overall
try the picada

this place is one of my absolute faves!!! try the picada and split it with another person. its a variety of many of the dishes they serve. also the arepas con chorizo .. .. .. mmm so delicious!
and the byob makes the meal nice yet affordable.

sugarywitch

12/04/2006

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Overall
Great value, BYOB

Meat is very good for the price and well seasoned. BYOB makes more an extra good value. The potatos and fried cassava are also fantastic. Nice service too. Great for a casual but fun night out.

ssmyth

07/25/2006

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Overall
Casual steak place, good for friends or guests

Picnic style seating provides casual atmosphere for enjoyable dining experience. Foods are good. Need to bring you own drinks. Go a little South down Lincoln for a convenience store. Of course, you need to eat meat - otherwise, this might not be for you.

lyonsd2

05/05/2006

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Overall
Questionable as a steak House, but enjoyable

For a place that calls itself a Columbian steakhouse, the steak dishes were actually very poor. The Churrasco (supposedly the house specialty) tasted and had the texture of a low grade breakfast steak. It is supposedly a NY strip steak that is butter-flied, but comes off as thin (1/4 inch thick?) and fatty, and has a peculiar bad meat taste. On the plus side though, the shrimp was incredible; the size, marinade, and grilled taste made these perhaps the best shrimp I have ever tasted. The chicken was also quite good, with a great marinade and grilled flavor. Our server was pleasant and accommodating when we sent our 1st steak back because it was well done (we ordered it medium rare). The prices were high; Churrasco was $17 and the chicken and shrimp combo was $18. I would go back here but definitely not for the steak dishes.

lantzgr

02/04/2006

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Overall
Authentic, Affordable

One of the best restaurants for the dollar in Chicago, especially since it is BYOB. My girlfriend, who is from Colombia, swears it is the most authentic in Chicago. Go here for a $40 meal for two and that will include 2 appetizers, steak, another entree, and dessert. I highly recommend it for any type of date/event/whatever. Great food, that isn't served by a waiter with their nose stuck in the air.

bluetulip

04/06/2004

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Overall
Outstanding!

The food here is unbelievable. Perfectly seasoned and grilled and served with a delicious chimichurri sauce. The room is bright and inviting, and the service is always friendly. But go for the food. You will not be disappointed!

wlevitt

04/09/2003

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Overall
Delicious steaks

this columbian restaurant's specialty is their steak , grilled and served with chimichurri. it is delicious as are the side dishes. service can be slow when it's busy-as it often is as the place is small.

truffles

10/18/2002

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Overall
Wonderful for curious taste buds!

Wonderful festive atmosphere! Long wait on weekends, BUT the service is speedy once you get seated. Try the fruit drinks with milk -- makes for an incredible milk shake. Be daring and try a fruit you have never heard of! The steaks are wonderfully marinated. Definitely eat the steaks with the relish and salsa provided, as they compliment the spices in the meat. Oo! You cannot miss the empanadas. My Ecuadorian friend who went with me told me that empanadas are made differently in different countries/regions. This has to be favorite to date! The essense of the empanda, in my humble opinion, is in the pastry. Here, the pastry is not the typical flakey tasteless wrapping. Instead, the pastry has a wonderful, slightly chewy texture that really envelop your palette and give your teeth something to sink into!

larasimonian

08/08/2002

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Overall
A Treat for Your Tastebuds

This neighborhood restaurant is phenomenal. The spices used on the delicious steaks, chicken and seafood are yummy and I especially love the plantains. Their flan even has a hint of coconut. Definitely worth the visit.

joleksy

07/16/2002

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Overall
Great Flavor - Highly Recommned !!!

Highly Recommned !!! Everything we had was absolutely fabulous. Everything had great flavor. The atmosphere and service were awesome. We were setaed right away and food is served quickly. The combination platter - matrimonios - is a good sampling. Coconut flan is a great desert to end dinner with. Have been there twice and will go again. I can't believe how great the food is at such a geat price. You can bring-your-own wine for a very minor BYOB fee (I think it was $3).