Little Fort Road

 

source: Auction.com

Lincoln Avenue is a historic and a major diagonal road that cuts across Chicago, through Lincolnwood and Skokie and ends on Dempster Street Morton Grove. It used to be called the Little Fort Road, which was an Indian trail leading to Little Fort or now called Morton Grove.


Today, Lincoln Avenue is zoned commercial and is lined by various shops and eating places. One of those establishments that has chosen Lincoln Avenue as its home is The Barrelhouse Flat located on 2624 N Lincoln Avenue 60614. This bar has been featured in a lot of reviews from 2011 to 2013. The reviews are the likes of Thrillist, Esquire Magazine and Chicago Sun Times.

A Peak at the Menu

Their menu includes cocktails of whiskey, gin and rum. If you have a taste for something with a touch of sweetness, try the Elk’s Own which is a mix of port, lemon, sugar, angostura bitters, egg white. See their menu for other interesting and must-try drinks.

Among their food choices, you cannot go wrong with a double cheeseburger which has slagel farm ground chuck, peppered bacon jam, northstar pickles, aged cheddar. Other menu food items are Curry Wurst and Steak Tartare.

A Great Deal

To enjoy Chicago, you need to enjoy the places that combines fun, taste and a touch of history. The Barrelhouse Flat has a touch of history because of it’s location. It has the taste – as you can tell from their menu. For fun, every Sunday in July, at 7pm, The Barrelhouse holds their trivia night. Save the date on your calendar! Prizes include gift certificates and a mystery bottle.

What better way to enjoy a relaxing night than from a place that mixes a touch of history, great food and drinks and fun! What a GREAT DEAL!

Make the most of GREAT DEALS in Chicago!

 

 

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