Published on March 2, 2016

5 Restaurants near Logan Square Chicagoans Love

Looking to try a new restaurant near Logan Square? Here's a list of Logan Square Restaurants locals and critics love.

5 Restaurants near Logan Square Chicagoans Love

1. Son of a ButcherSon of a ButcherSon of a Butcher offers meat-centric supper, night owl and weekend brunch menus, as well as whiskey-inspired cocktails. A fun neighborhood spot from restaurateur Adolfo Garcia and chef Frank Valdez, the restaurant boasts a tavern-like vibe with antique picture frames, leather banquettes and vintage china.

2. Sink Swim

Sink SwimSink Swim offers a great assortment of fresh oysters, as well as seafood-focused small and large plates to pair with its creative cocktail, craft beer and sparkling wine selection. The inviting, colorful restaurant boasts a nautical vibe with whitewashed brick, wood accents and rope decor.

3. Lula Cafe

Lula CafeOpened in 2009, Lula Cafe serves seasonally driven, farm-to-table dishes with adventurous options for vegetarians and meat and fish from sustainable sources. Unique cocktails and a selection of local and international wines and beers round out the restaurant's offerings. The casual and unique space boasts a marble-topped bar and a sidewalk patio for al fresco dining.

4. The Bristol

The BristolThe Bristol is a New American gastropub that highlights familiar and comforting dishes, handcrafted cocktails and a curated wine list in a rustic space. With fresh ingredients gathered from farmers, foragers and artisan craftsmen, the restaurant honors the best of the season's bounty. An airy dining room filled with communal tables and exposed brick provides the perfect backdrop in which to enjoy the seasonally inspired cuisine, inventive cocktails, international wines and domestic beers.

5. Presidio

PresidioNamed after the Presidio National Park in Owner Patrick Cullen's native San Francisco, Presidio is home to American cuisine inspired by California's culinary tradition. Chef Shaun Connelly incorporates fresh, classic West Coast ingredients into the restaurant's dishes. The sleek, brick-walled space features a long bar and framed photographs of the Golden State's signature wildlife and bridges.

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