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DryHop Brewers
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Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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3155 N Broadway St Chicago, IL 60657
3155 N Broadway StUSILChicago60657
$American Restaurant, Brewery
American Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
DryHop Brewers is a gastro brewpub in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood serving craft beer and seasonal shared plates. We brew hop-centric, barrel-aged, traditional, Belgo and experimental beer styles.
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European-inspired gastropub plates & seasonal house brews in a rustic, laid-back space.- Google
People talk about shark meets hipster, the angry samoan, milk stout, craft beers and batch 001
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Samuel Tan
reviewed a month ago
Dry hop brews their own beer so if you're a beer person, you have to check out some of their brews. In addition to offering great beer,the food here is not too bad as well. The mussels in particular deserve special mention. They were soft and tender without any of that nasty sea smell. That's a great way to start your meal. The place can get pretty loud , it's a bar after all. So if you're planning to have some serious conversation , look for another place .
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Ann Oleinik
reviewed in the last week
We are addicted to DryHop. We can't go more than two weeks without coming by for a burger and checking out what's on tap. The atmosphere is great, we love the outdoor seating and the ever-changing selection of in-house brews, and we are obsessed with the burgers. Actually, before we came to DryHop, we didn't even like burgers that much, but seriously, the burgers here are out of this world. I don't know if it's the mix of high-quality meats, the melty cheese with the pickled onions, or the amazing fries, but we crave them. No, we are addicted. We have a hard time visiting other places in the neighborhood because when we want to unwind with a beer, a cool spot, and a burger from heaven, we can only think of DryHop. We're so happy to have them in the neighborhood and tell everybody we know about them.
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Kayleigh H
reviewed a month ago
Great little local brewery in Chicago! Their beer selection is great and all of the beers are tasty. I recommend getting the beer flight that way you can try all the DryHop beers. The food menu is delicious they have great options and all of the food is unique and rich with flavor. Usually pretty crowded and you have to wait for a table, it is worth the wait and you can always grab a drink at the bar while you wait for your table.
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Ana Laura Rodrigues
reviewed a month ago
One of my FAVORITES places in my neighborhood, DryHop has the greatest staff o earth. I took some friends there and though they like beer, they are not connoisseurs, so the guy behind the bar was patient enough to show them a couple options so they could figure their favorite. Also, the look and feel of the place is the coolest, though it is a bit small. But this doesn't make them look bad, just cozier. Last time I went there I tried their food and I wasn't surprised that their fries were simply fried to perfection and even their The Burger (the simplest burger on the menu) had the greatest cheese on the planet. Just a tip: arrive early or give yourself plenty of time to find a table. The place is usually packed and with summer just around the corner (fingers crossed), you might have to wait a little to sit.
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Emily Zuker
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Expect hour waits + on Fri/Sat nights... I am not that patient so I came back for brunch but sadly the brunch menu is a little limited in my opinion. I wanted the Nudist on Strike omelet with mushrooms and arugula, but saw it brought out to another dinner and it was tiny! The buttermilk potato casserole sounds delicious but looked more like two halves of cooked potato covered in a minuscule amt of sauce. boring. Our Brunch Order: -The Burger- It was good but nothing out of this world, or that I couldn't get at a myriad of other places in the city. The Parmesan aoli served with the fries on the other hand is a delicious Parmesan blast that I will be craving for years to come! Custom Blend with Ancho Chile-Tomato Jam, Arugula, Pickled Sweet Onions, & a Heap of Creamy Aged Raw Milk Cheddar ($13 I think) -Poutine- Was a classed up version of famous staple, with melted cheese on top of a giant plate of fries hiding a light gravey inside. Its good, but you can only eat so much so best split amongst 2+ people. Frites with Broadbent's Hickory Smoked Bacon, Aged Cheddar, Scallions, & Smoked Country Sausage Gravy By the time I make it out to brunch and wait for a table I am generally starving and looking for a little more quantity for my heard earned money, the prices combined with the limited menu have secured this as a no go brunch place for me, but its a brewery right, you go for the beer!
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Amanda Myron
reviewed 6 months ago
The beer quality has steadily improved since they opened a few months ago. I couldn't fill my growler up enough when Milkstachio a pistachio milk stout, was available. The food menu is better than your average brew pub fare. They offer smaller plates if you're just looking for a snack to go with your drink and large plates if you're looking to have a meal. Overall, a great addition to the neighborhood.


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