Found

1631 Chicago
Evanston, IL 60201
847-868-8945
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Description

Something about the studied eclectic decor of Amy Morton’s new spot, when combined with Nicole Pederson’s satisfying and nuanced dishes, creates a vibe that’s downright giddy. The good spirit flows from table to table, many of which are scattered with plates of fried oyster tacos and lamb meatballs with pistachio chimichurri and yogurt. You will split a chocolate pot de crème with crème fraîche and homemade shortbread, if only to prolong the fun. Sparkly service.

Reviewed

Dishes We Liked

Chicken liver mousse ($7); kale salad ($9); fried oyster tacos ($10); lamb meatballs ($12); roasted pork shoulder sandwich ($12); orange pound cake with Meyer lemon curd and toasted coconut gelato ($7)

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Additional Information

Rating:
Price: $20-$29
Cuisine: American
Neighborhood: Suburban North
Noteworthy: Child friendly
Outdoor dining
Wheelchair accessible
Hours: B, L Fri–Sun. D Tue-Sun.