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Porkchop
Barbecue Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–12AM
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941 W Randolph St Chicago, IL 60607
941 West Randolph StreetUSIllinoisChicago60607
(312) 733-9333chicagoporkchop.com
Barbecue Restaurant, American Restaurant
Barbecue Restaurant
American Restaurant
Bar & Grill
Bars and Pubs
Restaurant
Western Food
Today 11:30AM–12AM
Sunday 11:30AM–12AMMonday 11:30AM–12AMTuesday 11:30AM–12AMWednesday 11:30AM–2AMThursday 11:30AM–2AMFriday 11:30AM–2AMSaturday 11:30AM–2AM
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Classic American barbecue amid retrofitted mason jar lights & exposed brick. Open late.- Google
"The decor is really cool, the food great and the service made with a smile!"
"Great night for my sister's birthday I enjoyed the chicken and rib combo"
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M Shyalaman
a month ago
I ordered to go. I ordered the plate of BBQ that has a little bit of every thing. Pork, chicken, ribs, brisket, cornbread, grilled corn on the cob and French fries. I don't usually gorge but this food I couldn't stop eating! Every bite seemed to melt in my mouth! The portion was huge! I'm ashamed to say it but I ate the whole thing! The meal could of easily fed 3 people. It's hard to pick a favorite meat on this platter but I'd say it's a tie between the brisket and ribs. I can't wait until I'm in Chicago again to eat here. And guess what...parking is actually easy to find around there, crazy huh? The only thing I'd recommended this establishment doing is to give an option to take a to go drink bit that in no way took away any stars as the food and service was absolutely outstanding!
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Shanni Playko
a month ago
I feel like I was baited and hooked into a place where the food was short of a soup kitchen. Service was haphazard and restaurant was severely overrated. I will never return there, even if it was free.
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Brandon Love
2 months ago
Great drinks! The food is just blah! Love the mules and the front porch punch!
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Jeewant Kaushal
7 months ago
Awesomeness is what I would say about this place! Literally everything we tried was delicious. We had Fried okra and chicken tacos as the appetizers and then moved to pull pork and fried chicken sandwiches both were delicious ESPECIALLY the fried chicken is a must. Their BBQ sauces were really good and flavorful.
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Justin Bassett
2 months ago
We arrived and were seated quickly, and that was the extent of the interaction I had with staff at our table at Porkchop. No server came around to take our order, despite twice telling the host that we hadn't been served. In order to get drinks, we had to walk up to the bar and order (telling the bartender that we never saw a server). 35 minutes after sitting down, our party left Porkchop, having never placed an order.
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Bryce Anderson
2 months ago
I was underwhelmed by the food but the interior is cool. I came with a friend at an odd time so it was mostly empty. Would come again later at night
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Q. Rogers
6 months ago
This place is ok. Some things here are better than others and during my visit the staff was attentive. I like their pulled pork but their brisket left a lot to be desired. They have tough and better competition a couple blocks away at Green Street Smoked Meats.
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Matt Johnson
4 months ago
Really average food. Way too much butter on the bun for the brisket sandwich and the brisket was just not good. Better options in the neighborhood.

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