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Open now 09:00 - 02:00
$$$$ Price range per person $25-50
2657 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago
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Chicago, Illinois, USA

This restaurant boasts mouthwatering fried chicken, belly pork and beef marrow. Have a nice time here and share nicely cooked egg waffles, biscuits and beignets with your friends. According to the guests' opinions, waiters offer delicious bourbon, draft beer or liqueur. Many visitors mark that you can try great latte, tea or hot chocolate at Longman & Eagle.

Invite your soulmate to this place with a cosy atmosphere. Most users indicate that the staff is nice. The fabulous service shows a high level of quality at this spot. You will enjoy the fancy decor. This restaurant received the Bib Gourmand award for good meals at moderate prices.

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The brocollini with ricotta and Parmesan, 5-7 pm happy hours fried chicken sandwich, negroni, scotch egg and the sourdough pretzel with horseradish dip
I had one drink but it was a good drink.
Mediocre. With high expectations set... Longman & Eagle didn't make the cut! You're thinking to yourself, "Could this be another option other than Owen & Engine?" The answer would be: "You may be disappointed." The food was not bad but instead a let down. Overpriced for what one receives. The Henry McKenna shot wasn't bad for $3 though. The Sourdough pretzel for $6 was tasty but portion was very disappointing. It's a pretzel! Longman, don't loose your sanity. The Crispy Octopus, Bone Marrow XO, Fingerling Potato, Radish for $14 wasn't bad but lacked flavor and was not hot in temperature. The sauce was very bland and nothing on the plate stood out that deserved to be put on a menu. Now, to the burgers! The burger wasn't bad but definitely was a let down, since many people stated it was their favorite burger in the city or in general. It was a regular decent burger. Salted and cooked properly. The meat tasted of quality meat but nothing stood out to make this burger a $16 burger. The fries were good but Red Hot Ranch was yelling in the background, "You would have been happier with my fries and burger". Yes, it's not a thin patty burger but for a farm burger there are plenty of better options. Plenty. Very overhyped burger. Unfortunately, this was a tester that would see if it's worth returning to but the quest goes on and nothing begged for a return. They say, "BUT THEY HAVE MICHELIN CREDIBILITY!" It seems as if receiving Michelin stars "tends" to create certain overpriced simple menu items. Nowadays some chefs/restaurants not only want it for credibility but as a stamp to overcharge for minor culinary creativity. It's vain. Also, "some" of their tasting events are overpriced. In the area their has been 40 year old Scotch tastings that were more fair in price than Longman's events. The service was good, as far as the server is concerned. On a side note, on the phone the lady said the outdoor patio would be a 45min wait but when walking in 3-5min. later, after parking, seating was immediately available outside. Maybe, something opened up? Also, sometimes servers or employees kept hovering or coming around the table areas, near empty tables. They seemed to be checking too often on something and acting like they were checking an empty table yet had another purpose. Not sure what the intent was but it was a bit distracting. Word is, they got a new head chef. People may want to blame him but maybe that's not the problem. The problem may be those making the decisions. They need to step up what goes out from the menu. Maybe other menus items deserve trying? Unfortunately, it didn't make a good impression that calls for a return when yet there's more exploring to do. The place was nice. The cocktail was good. The food wasn't bad. In a nutshell: Unimpressive.
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Address
2657 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Features
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Parking No booking Delivery No takeaway Wheelchair accessible No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-02:00
MondayMon 09:00-02:00
TuesdayTue 09:00-02:00
WednesdayWed 09:00-02:00
ThursdayThu 09:00-02:00
FridayFri 09:00-02:00
SaturdaySat 09:00-03:00

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