The Low Down
When to Go: This about as good a weekday-retreat as it gets. No crowds, no elbowing your way to the bar for that after-work de-stresser.
Where to Sit: A seat at the bar feels perfect here, even if you are not alone (although loners feel comfortable here). The booths are fine, but can be a little tight if you are tall.
The Extras: Fans of the old Tiny make the trek from Lakeview because they are loyal to owner Colleen Flaherty. Don't be surprised to see folks chatting as if they are old acquaintances---they are.
Parking: Street parking can be difficult, although meters along Montrose open up right before rush hour.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The second incarnation of Tiny Lounge may not be as small as its original site under the CTA Brown Line at Addison, but the name still fits (especially on the inevitably packed weekend nights). Regulars of the beloved bar will recognize aâ¦
By Tehudi at Citysearch
At the recommendation of an acquaintance, I tried this quaint "Tiny" place and came away very pleased. It is an excellent place for a quiet drink,... Read More
Best new bar in Chicago
By belletobin at Citysearch
This is one of those places that you could go on a date or just hang out with friends and you would have a great time. The staff is friendly and th... Read More
This cozy Logan Square cocktail lounge is adored for staying true in spirit (but perhaps not proportions) to the Lakeview original.
By Contributor at Citysearch
In Short Reopening in this roomier space gave rise to another change; gone is the tired art deco decor, trumped by fetching contemporary ... Read More