The Low Down
Where to Sit: In the winter, grab a table by the cozy fireplace. In the warmer months, you'll want to perch next to the open windows in the airy side room.
The Extras: Call ahead to reserve the "speakeasy" on the lower level for your private gathering.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
One of the first buildings to be built after the great Chicago fire of 1871, this is a two-story structure that actually leans to the south. There is a bustling bar in one room, with an appendage on the north side that serves as a diningâ¦
A real "Tavern" in Chicago
By pand72 at Citysearch
Ive been going to Green Door for over 5 years. itâs a great place if youâre on your own, or with a party of 10. Lunch can be a little bus... Read More
Green Door Tavern is cool
By Sandra R at Insider Pages
The Green Door Tavern is a nice place to take someone you care about. It has a nice vibe. The music is perfect, not too loud where you can't hear... Read More
Great for solo diners.
By ufkitty79 at Citysearch
If you work anywhere in or near River North, the Green Door is a must do for lunch. Whether dining alone at the bar or with a group, Green Door ac... Read More
Built in 1872, this old-time watering hole draws a lively lunchtime and after-work crowd.
By Contributor at Citysearch
In Short One of the few wooden buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire, this pub is festooned with Chicago-themed bric-a-brac, like a... Read More
old chicago charm and a damn good burger
By eewalker at Citysearch
The interior of the Green Door Tavern on Orleans is so visually entertaining that, as a single woman, I never felt edgy or bored sitting alone at t... Read More