The Low Down
When to Go: An all-day breakfast menu and generous Saturday and Sunday hours that extend into the early morning make this the perfect last stop of weekend bar crawl.
Catering: The restaurant can cater private parties for 10-45 guests.
What to Drink: For an old-fashioned date night, snag a couple of counter stools and ask the soda jerk for an egg cream or malted milkshake to share.
Parking: Valet is $10, but there is also a lot next to the restaurant that charges $6 for two hours.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Vintage-cool decor and a hip diner vibe pervade this space, which fills with business people and kids from Columbia College next door. Start with mini Reuben sandwiches, followed by The Woody Allen, a triple-decker sandwich from Carnegieâ¦
Best Corned Beef in Chicago
By Mike G at Insider Pages
How can you go somewhere and expect great food and not have to actually pay for it? C'mon people!! \r \r This is amazingly delicious food no matt... Read More
It will be the last time I go there....
By Virginia N at Insider Pages
The food is ok but not worth the price. My husband I went there for brunch with our 9 mo old. Our bill was $50 and we didn't have anything to drink... Read More
Worst Dining Experience Ever!!!
By Anonymous A at Insider Pages
The service and management at this place are terrible. Don't be fooled by the initial charm of this place or it's management - looks are decieving ... Read More
You will have leftovers and a full belly.
By Michael N at Insider Pages
Their takes on the classic sandwiches are all very good - the monte cristo, the reuben, brisket - just thinking of them makes my mouth water. It s... Read More
Do not go to Eleven City Diner!
By Amber P at Insider Pages
The food is ok, the service is ok, but the owner is the worst! Last time I wnet there he swore at our waitress right infront of our face. Not to me... Read More