St Andrew's Inn
5938 N Broadway St, Chicago, IL 60660
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09/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The first thing to impress me was the extensive, diverse and mouth watering beer list. Beers like Duchesse De Burgogne, La Fin Du Monde, St. Bernadus Abt 12, Tusker Lager, Chang, Ephemere, Brother Thelonious, Delerium Tremens, Froach Heather Ale, Tennents of Scotland, Red MacGregor and St. Andrew's Ale are just some of the many tasty and unique craft beers they have.
The food menu was just as diverse and almost as impressive as the beer list. The Ghost Burger was so friggin good! Mmmm Mmm!!!
I also love the Jazz trio that plays there Fridays. The singer has a great presence and a lovely, lovely voice.
12/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Expect to spend a lot when you eat here. Good deals on one item per night. Drinks are expensive too. Owner has a foul attitude with a creepy work ethic. He stands in the corners and watches the customers. I even know of people who don't dine here because of him. POP REFILS ARE EXTRA!!!! The food is good but everything else is bad.
10/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A huge beer selection, more than just Stella. Friday night we had all you can eat fish and chips. We went back the following Thursday for rib tips; both were equally good.
Watch out for the ghost in the back booth. His name is Frank and he used to own the place. Even if you aren't a gorgeous woman, if you're likeabe Frank will come around and pinch you. They have more than pub grub.
Delicious shepherd's pie and great dirty martinis. I like pomegranate. There are some excellent Margharitas and Julius likes to do it his way!
02/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I was very disappointed when I had dinner here on Friday night. My husband and I had went in with the intention of using a two-for-one coupon (from the Entertainment book) to check it out. We told the waitress about it beforehand and she said that was fine. However when we went to pay the bill, we were told we weren't able to use the coupon because it was for ""entrees"" only and our burger and steak sandwich (which was very chewy and unedible) were not considered ""entrees"" even though the coupon had an $8 limit (the same price as the burgers and sandwiches). And it's not like this is all we ordered. We were with another couple who had ordered dinners PLUS an appetizer and we all had ordered multiple beers. Our total bill was well over $100. I was appalled by the owners stinginess. I will not be back. Why put a coupon out there if you do not intend to honor it?