Real Tenochtitlan
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Real Tenochtitlan

2451 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL
(773) 227-1050 serving: Logan Square, North Side
open:Monday CLOSED Tuesday 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM

Sidewalk Score: 8 out of 10
Location, Location, Location:

Categories:

Restaurants, Mastercard Accepted, Local Favorite, Private Rooms, B.Y.O.B., $$$, Date Spot, Group Dining, Visa Accepted, American Express Accepted, Prix Fixe Menu, Lunch Spot,

The Low Down

EDITORS TIPS

Where to Sit: The mezzanine level offers an elevated view of the dining room.

Parking: No valet, so it's up to you to circle. Luckily this portion of Milwaukee isn't such a gamble. Fullerton is also a good bet, although it's a little busy.

The Extras: A five-course chef's tasting menu is available for $45.

Know Before You Go: Many of the dishes come with a note on regional origin.

Rants, Raves & Reviews


by at Gayot

While the name of this Logan Square restaurant won't necessarily roll off your tongue, the fare will be more than familiar to followers of authentic, south-of-the-border cuisine. The spotlight is on a wonderfully complex rainbow of moles,…
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Outrageous Coconut Pie
By bethylou10 at Citysearch

Ventured to Real Tenochtitlan on Saturday night to celebrate a friend's birthday. We loved the massive, colorful space. The fact that it is BYOB he... Read More


great mexican food & great space
By wackyjack at Citysearch

we went to Real technochitlan a few weeks ago for my brother birthday and it was amazing! Great food, great service and BYOB!!! I know guacamole ... Read More


Real Tenochtitlan
By Dolores M at Insider Pages

The service was great and the food was good. The establishment was very friendly and they were very pleasant. I would definitely recommend this res... Read More


Geno Behena's Logan Square restaurant serves authentic regional Mexican with moles at the forefront.
By Fred Schlatter at Citysearch

In Short Behena, best know for working with Rick Bayless and opening a string of hard-to-pronounce restaurants, puts out admirable dishes... Read More