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Carriage House
Today 11:00 am – 1:45 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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1700 W Division St Chicago, IL 60622
1700 W Division StUSILChicago60622
$$$Restaurant, American RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 1:45 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 1:45 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 1:45 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Modern low country fare, a taste of down south up north.
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Genteel seasonal Southern cuisine, bourbon & craft cocktails served in an airy, rustic-chic setting.- Google
People talk about shrimp and grits, cornbread, green tomatoes, small plates and foie gras
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Erica Trittschuh Armitage
reviewed a month ago
I had high hopes for Carriage House and while nothing was bad in terms of the food or the experience, I left feeling a bit disappointed. There were four of us and we decided to share 6 or 7 of the small plates. I'd say the scallops and the shrimp and grits were the best of the lot. I was really excited for the cornbread and the sweet potato gratin and neither one left me wanting more. I did like the interior and I can imagine that it's fun in the summer with the outside dining area.
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Sarahlynn Pablo
reviewed a month ago
In a city where brunch can seem overdone, there is Carriage House. You can make a reservation. HOW CIVILIZED. Their food is sumptuous in all the good Southern ways, with right-sized portions. My go-to brunch includes the donuts with caramel glaze dip, French-press coffee, and the mushroom grits. Do not pass 'GO!' without the grits. I prefer the mushroom or the head-on shrimp (watch out pescatarians, it comes with pork) to the short rib. The chicken and biscuits are bold and in size can be intimidating, so tackle it in a pair. They think of everything. If you sit on the porch in winter (don't worry, it's warmed with heaters), they give you flannel blankets. If your phone can't catch the song, the waiter will Shazam it for you (yes, that happened).
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Jess Mean
reviewed 3 months ago
The Carriage House is a great addition to Division Street and is the perfect date night or girl's brunch spot. I really enjoyed the low country boil which easily feeds two people but it was so large that I didn't have room for anything else. The cocktail menu is limited but all the drinks are balanced and fit the southern theme. During the warmer months be sure to get a spot outside and enjoy the people watching.
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Jon Schroeder
reviewed a month ago
My went on Sunday for my moms birthday and had a great experience. The food was amazing, our waiter was great and loved the atmosphere. If you like southern food, this is a great place to enjoy!
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Nick Hork
reviewed 4 months ago
I came here to try the low country boil, and was not disappointed. The enormous bowl was perfect for two, and the bread acted like the perfect buttery sponge for the broth. The atmosphere during the day was rather quiet, but the windows on all sides made the place feel like a nice place to spend a lazy afternoon. Since that boil was so large, we weren't able to try much else, but I can't wait to get back and travel the rest of the South.
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Zorin Dobson
reviewed 6 months ago
I'm going to get the negatives out of the way first hand. 1. This place is pretty pricey. Not prohibitively pricey, but more like "I can't believe I paid nine bucks for a fried chicken thigh pricey and I think I would probably pay it again." All and all with the pitcher of drinks and tip for three people we had a bill of $180, which is not outrageous. 2. The drink was weak. We got a pitcher of the tequila mockingbird and it honestly tasted like a watered down lemonade. It was a little bit of a let down considering how high my hopes were for it especially since I like the use of herbs that aren't typically used in cocktails in cocktails. You couldn't taste the thyme or anything else for that matter in that drink. The baby back ribs were sweet and tender and sweet.. They were everything you want in a rib. Tender, and sweet with a sticky glaze. Our table almost got into a literal all out no holds barred fork and knife brawl over the last one. I consider myself pretty much an aficionado on fried chicken and this piece was pretty damn tasty. It plays with your desires for sweet and salty by combining a little bit of honey with the chicken. I also was tempted to steal the bottle of sweet potato hot sauce which was offered with it. I'd have to say the waiter wasn't exactly the best since there was a little bit of ordering mistake that could have been avoided. We ordered the lamb chops and also a side of the grits. Grits came with the lamb chops. If we would have known this we wouldn't have ordered the additional grits (though I can't really complain about having additional really creamy grits). Those pickled fava beans were excellent and provided a little bit of acid to cut through the heaviness that you get with the lamb chops and grits. The star of the show was the cornbread. The skillet cornbread had a foie gras butter and a rhubarb compote. You had this rich cornbread that went perfectly with the rich foie gras butter. The slightly tart rhubarb was a good compliment. I'm still having dreams about this cornbread.
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