Haymarket Pub & Brewery

Not Rated.
Haymarket Pub & BreweryHaymarket Pub & Brewery
BEER AVG
3.86/5
Based on:
69 Beers
232 Reviews
Place Score: 92
Reviews: 62
Visits: 196
rAvg: 4.11
pDev: n/a
Taps: 24
Bottles: 80
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

737 W Randolph St
Chicago, Illinois, 60661-2103
United States
phone: (312) 638-0700

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @haymarketpub

Notes:
Place added by: Todd on 12-24-2010

Hours:
Sunday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00am
Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00am
Place: Reviews & Ratings
Sort by:  Recent | High | Low | Top Raters
first ← prev | 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75  | nextlast
Reviews: 62 | Visits: 196
Photo of Fluffheady
4.4/5  rDev +7.1%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.75

Haymarket is turning into a chicago mainstay and the vibe is great. I is inside of an old Bar Louie, so it's a huge space, but they fill it well. I really like some of the brews they have here. The brewmaster is awesome. You can try a lot of them with the 4 oz pours.
The food is pretty much the definition of above average.

They have a free shuttle to and from Bulls/Blackhawks games if are interested in those teams. We tend to come here a lot before sporting events and concerts in the downtown area. The staff has always been nothing but amazing, inviting, knowledgable, and friendly. (590 characters)

Photo of Offa
4.44/5  rDev +8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This is a great brewpub in the West Loop area of Chicago. It's a neat old brick building nicely modified into the brewpub, and overall has great food and great beer.

The old brick building, as usual, provides a good basic platform for a great atmosphere, with nice big windows looking onto the street, high, open ceiling, a good bar area, plenty of room yet not cavernous, so reasonably cozy, too. It is lively and the worst thing is that when it gets busy, it is really loud.

Beer quality is excellent. Every beer we've had ranged from good to outstanding.

Service was great, friendly, effective.

Beer selection and variety was excellent, with pilsner, IPA, Belgian Ale, stouts of various types, etc. , so running the gamut of approachable session beers to more heavy duty .

Food was excellent, an imaginative and well-executed take on pub fare, with great variety and ingredients which were overall prepared very well. (925 characters)

Photo of StonedTrippin
4.1/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

this is a very cool spot if you are visiting Chicago. its large, almost chain looking inside, but there is some great outside seating on the street, and its not far off the beaten path really. there are maybe ten of their brews on, and a glorious list of guest taps and bottles and cans too. some nice diversity of styles on the menu, and all beers were at least in the B to B+ range, with a couple of exceptional hoppy brews. Also glad to try some dark horse stuff and see hard to get three floyds brews on the menu too. service was uninspired and it wasn't even that busy, but we weren't there to be charmed or pampered, so no biggie. food was the best part though, the chicken legs are simply divine, and the riot sandwich with sausage, pulled pork, and cheese was unreal. I was happy to sit here and drink all day while reconnecting with old friends. things were just a bit pricey, but I guess this is downtown in a major metropolitan area, and that is to be expected. I look forward to my next visit, and to track their continued evolution. well worth the trip. (1,066 characters)

Photo of Stevedore
4.26/5  rDev +3.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.75

Atmosphere: came in on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend to have lunch and a beer with another BA. Nice place that isn't too crowded, comfortable and not too noisy even with some live music. Well-lit, lots of windows, clean.

Quality: I drank a Herkules IPA which was good if a bit too resinous; also had a taste of other beers that other people were drinking- I can tell that Haymarket does their stuff very well. I'd have liked to try more but I had more drinking ahead of me later in the day before driving home.

Service: Very good- always coming by to take care of us but not too often enough to be a bother. Food took a while to come though.

Selection: Lots of interesting guest taps and bottles for an out-of-stater to try. Too bad I didn't spend more time here- there are lots of stuff here that I see at Binny's all the time but never pull the trigger on; that I can just buy a half glass for $3-4 and try. I would do it.

Food: I had the Riot- and that is a f'ing delicious sandwich. I highly recommend it to everyone including vegetarians.

Value: Pretty reasonable for a pub in downtown Chicago. It was $11 for the burger plus another $1.50 for a side of fries. $4 for my Herkules IPA. Not that bad, and the food was definitely worth it. I prefer GI Clybourn as my place in Chicago to get a beer and lunch so far, but I have a lot more places on my list to check out. (1,384 characters)

Photo of FightingEntropy
4.58/5  rDev +11.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

ppy Thanksgiving! For our turkey day we're at Haymarket Pub & Brewery with a few other lost souls. Thanks to The Beer Mapping Project, it was fairly easy to find an open pub so that the highlight meal of my Thanksgiving Day wasn't the fish sandwich meal deal at McDonald's en route to Chicago. The manager Janna was especially helpful with an email to confirm veggie options on the reduced menu.

After an eerily quiet, few block walk from the L, we crossed the street into Haymarket with the bar up front and restaurant tables and booths in the next room. We skipped the dimly light, long dark wood bar that had a smattering of happily celebrating folks for a large booth in the back. The easily seen but not obtrusive big screen TVs with Dallas getting it's butt kicked was a nice addition.

Our very friendly and knowledgeable waiter gave honest recommendations and and his humor complimented our good cheer. Our niece and nephew reported that the wings were mildly hot, flavorful and great. We tried the sweet potato tots with ranch; good, but not sure if we'd get them again. Oddly, too sweet. The very thin crust veggie pizza was really excellent. We topped off dinner with chocolate stout cake with peanut butter that wasn't the OMG we were hoping for from the description. Blending with syncopated patron noise in the background was an eclectic music mix from alternative to folk that was a little loud but not enough to interfere with conversation.

Between Ben and I, we tried all of the Haymarket brews. Lucy's Belgian Tripel was the low point with the rest all highly rated; it came down to the Passion House Coffee Porter, Rubber Monkey Belgian Wheat IPA and the Effigy Black IPA for a draft: Effigy won. From the guest tap, Gloria liked the quadrupel from Uncommon Brewers called Sinister Twin and was happy with her choice for the night. When I was undecided for my final draft, our waiter very evaluated my choices with frankness, getting me to Butterfly Flashmob, an excellent Belgian IPA from Solemn Oath that was a perfect digestive while we chatted around the table.


Our server said the bar fed them so well before the 5 pm opening that he was lethargic from the multiple types of turkey offered. Got a great vibe from Haymarket: well brewed and interesting beer, a range of food for veggies and meat eaters, welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, and a drinking & writing theater. For Christmas, a radio play styled production cal "A Beer Carol" was playing on Wednesday and Saturday nights on location.

A former student recently discussed with me her love of living in Chicago, pointing to the unique neighborhoods as one of the reasons. Haymarket seems to be a strong part of the local neighborhood, forming an intelligent and bonded drinking community that I think I would enjoy. My long held belief has been that Chicago is cold and blustery--the weather and the people. However, Haymarket helped me see another side of the windy city, a side that I look forward to trying again in the future.

http://pintsizedrevelations.blogspot.com/ (3,069 characters)

Photo of dirtylou
3.94/5  rDev -4.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

kind of a strange place - over in the meatpacking district, so an ideal stop before/after eating at some of the finer restaurants in Chicago and beyond (the Publican is just up the block)

decent sized bar, and a large separate dining area. We ate at the Publican on this fine night, but stopped at Haymarket before dinner and after dinner (twice). Eek.

Tons of taps - Haymarket seems to specialize in HOPS - i had a few of their DIPA's, which were all good but short of spectacular. The oktoberfest was pretty good.

Lots of guest taps as well - arctic panzer wolf was the standout at the time

I'll be back - makes for a nice pre-dinner combo. I also like the option of having multiple serving sizes (702 characters)

Photo of BeerOps
4.03/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Visited on a Saturday afternoon with my wife.

Finding parking close to the pub can be a bit of a challenge. After a few trips around the block, we found something metered about two blocks away. We arrived mid-afternoon and the place had a large crowd. We were seated promptly at one of the few open tables and had a nice view of the entire pub. The server was courteous and explained the beer and menu options well. We settled in for an afternoon of sampling and tasted all of the various house selections available. The Mathias was the highlight of the flight.

Food arrived promptly and we started with a chicken leg appetizer. It was not really my thing, but my wife enjoyed it and it was a nice attempt at something other than standard chicken wings. I had The Riot sandwich and my wife tried a burger. Both were a bit on the greasy side and a mess to eat.

Overall I would recommend Haymarket for its selection of beer styles and overall vibe. Food was standard pub fare, nothing we tried blew us away. The service was good, the beer was above average. (1,059 characters)

Photo of cookiemonstr
3.5/5  rDev -14.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 5 | selection: 3 | food: 2

First visit and was looking forward to Revolution and Peace brewing's competition. The beer was pretty good and reasonably priced. I got a growler of rubber monkey and when I got home- they hadn't tightened or sealed the cap- half the growler is in my trunk- thanks guys.
The service was great and knowledgeable about the beer selection- 12 house taps and a dozen guest taps. The food= shrimp sandwich (more spice than shrimp) and chicken legs (eww) left something to be desired.They have some cool shirts, glasses and hats.They have a great location with challenged parking, a great bar with multiple tvs for sports- but they couldn't close the deal with the food. I'd go back for the beer , but not to eat and no carry out.... (728 characters)

Photo of Florida9
4.03/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

I've been to Haymarket a few times now and figured it's ripe for a review.
Haymarket is located on Randolph in the West Loop, just down the street from some fancier, trendier spots. It's a large open space: A bar up front, seating to the back and an entire other room with it's own bar located past the kitchen. Everything is darkly colored; black with dark gray and dark wood accents. There are a number of flat screens on virtually every wall. Considering they're virtually always have some sort of game on, Haymarket could easily pass for a sports bar.
The amount of beer on tap is really quite amazing. They tend to have a hell of a selection, both in terms or their own brews as well as guest brews. Unfortunately, while many of the house brews are good (and some are exceptional), they tend to fill in the gaps with beers that are fairly average. And as noted numerous times below, all of the beers are available in at least 3, if not 4, different sizes.
Service is good with the servers being well aware of the menu options and available beers.
Food though is nothing spectacular. Better than average bar food, but not that much better than average. So while I've never had a bad meal here, I've also never had one that wowed me or made me feel the food was as good as the beer being offered.
Overall, Haymarket isn't a bad place. In fact, in most places, Haymarket would be an exceptional brewpub. But in comparison to the rest of the Chicago beer scene, Haymarket just seems to fall short for me. (1,509 characters)

Photo of TMoney2591
4.13/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped in here for dinner as part of a bachelor party. The place has a distinct brewpub feel, very laidback without losing its charm for non-geeks. Some flat screens around the place allowed us to watch the Cubs crash and burn yet again. The server was very amiable, relatively up-to-speed about the beers, attentive, and impressively kept our orders straight without writing much down (there were nine of thus, just FYI). The beer selection tended toward the hoppy-Belgian side of life, but there was enough variance therewithin to keep things from getting too boring. I think I enjoyed the Blacksox Porter the most, though the Chicago Amnesia Apricot Wheat was a nice change of pace for the day. Best of all, you can get anything, including the guest taps, in three different sizes, depending on your mood. The food is pretty damn tasty: My pulled pork sandwich was devoured in a couple short minutes, 'cause I just couldn't stop munching on it with glee. Overall, a fine establishment, indeed, one I know I'm gonna be back to in the near future. (1,049 characters)

Photo of Sammy
4.2/5  rDev +2.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

The Haymarket is an absolute stop if you are in the area, anywhere near downtown. They are brewing up a storm, with about a dozen beers on tap, so I had to be selective. Their bottle selection was decent too. Very attractive environment inside, huge bar, very good service. They were brewing some unusual styles here, hoppy Belgians and the like. Samplers in good glassware in available. Open later than most other places we visited. Music is not too loud. The Hipsters come here. Not the cheapest place for a pint, but also closer to tourist hotels. (550 characters)

Photo of elNopalero
4.53/5  rDev +10.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Getting here from downtown was a bit of an adventure but it was well worth it. They have a number of house brews on tap along with guest selections. Between myself and the dozen or so members of our group we probably worked through the entire list. Some of their beers were phenomenal, some were …well, forgettable… but their ratio was definitely more delicious than not.

Ordered vegan chili which was decent. But—the kitchen stayed open late. And, vegan chili! Something for me. No complains on that end either. Plenty of tasty fried foods too.

Our server handled—juggled—our orders and not once slipped up. Left a hefty, well-deserved tip.

Would I go back? Oh, in a second. (690 characters)

Photo of AnnArborJoe
4.35/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

I really am impressed with this beer bar. Staff is friendly and knowledgable. Samples are poured freely including the guest taps. A few times that I had a question about a house beer that the barkeep couldn't answer I was either met with a brewer at the bar or invites into the brewery or downstairs for a full explanation of the beer or process or whatever. Food is pretty good - better than standard pub grub. House beers are varied and fit all tastes and guest tap list is usually pretty stellar. Price structure is everything is set at a $ per ounce and it is the same if you buy a 4oz sampler or a growler. (611 characters)

Photo of Redrover
4.13/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I was finally able to stop by and check this place out. I used to go to this spot years ago when it was Barneys Market Club. Barneys was known for large steaks, its proximity to the old Chicago Stadium, killer house made potato chips and always answering your order with a “Yes Sir Senator”. You know what; this is a great reuse of a classic Chicago location.

As you enter, you will see a bar to your right and the dining room and tanks to our left. Lots of classic dark wood, a great bar back, cool lighting, etc. There is a larger bar in the back in the SW corner (Halsted Street side). I think the larger bar is a great place to hang out with your friends, watch some sports and graze on the very good food options.

My party of four had diner in the restaurant area and received pretty solid service. The food was very good and I can really recommend you try the homemade sausage platter. Other good choices were the burgers and the braised short rib. Portions are medium sized.

I counted 9 house beers plus a very nice guest tap list and bottle list. I may be in the minority, but I would like to see a few less Belgian style beers and some emphasis on other styles. 7 of the 9 house beers were Belgian inspired/styles. Now having said that, I really enjoyed the Angry Birds Belgian Rye IPA and Oscars Belgian Pale Ale. I also had a super fresh Founders Red Rye. I like that you can order beers in 4oz, 12oz, 16oz or 20oz sizes.

Note that they run shuttle buses to and from the Black Hawks and Bulls game, so this is now my new “go-to” place for these events. Street parking can be problematic, but they do offer valet service. I also think this is an easy walk from the two main train stations.

I’m looking forward to a return visit. Yes Sir Senator indeed! (1,782 characters)

Photo of beerwolf77
4/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Spent an afternoon drinking here recently. Dark beer bar meets brewpub atmosphere. Emphasis on the dark. We took up residence at the bar and got to work. I loved that every beer could be ordered in the sample size. I managed to sample everything they had on tap. Some were better than others but all solid. I was very happy to see some traditional guezue on the bottle list. I ordered a few of those to finish my visit. The bartenders were really nice and made sure we never had empty glasses. We didn't try any food since we had dinner plans.

Overall a decent brewpub to spend an afternoon drinking. (602 characters)

Photo of Higy
4.2/5  rDev +2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

I have visited this establishment twice. Each time has been great!

The beer selection is very good - their own brews and others on tap.

The servers have been friendly and prompt. Could be a little more knowledgable on their selection.

The vibe and environment is light and very clean.

The Fare could use some improvements, but there were some highlights such as a very nice cheese plate with recommended beer pairings.

The most memorable part was a visit and conversation with the brewmaster at our table. (510 characters)

Photo of KDawg
4.15/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Haymarket is a pretty fun place to come to. It's big and has 3 different areas. I have yet to go to the back bar as I'm usually able to find a seat or get a beer fine in the main area.

The bar itself is set up very well with good space and a good amount of seats. There are also a couple of tables in the immediate bar area. There is a main dining room where the majority of seating is.

The selection and quality across the board is pretty strong. Haymarket's own brews are good, but haymarket also does a great job at having a lot of guest taps as well. Their bottle selection is also extremely good, but with all of the tap options I've yet to really dig into the bottle list

The food has been very good for me as well. The brats are tremendous and the mac n cheese is also really good too. The service can be a bit variable though. Sometimes it's great, other times not so much. (886 characters)

Photo of SirWalkAbout
4.78/5  rDev +16.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

I had a four hour layover while taking the Amtrak through Chicago to Michigan. Looked this place up and decided it was within walking distance of the Amtrak station. I think it was less than half a mile away, ~10 min walk. Well worth it.

I was there at about noon on a Friday and the place was pretty dead, which is fine by me. I sat at the bar and the bartender came right over and informed me about the house brews and visitor tap selection. The bartender is what stood out about this place. He was really friendly and knowledgeable about the beers they were serving. I also started a conversation with another patron who was a beer enthusiast and it really made the place seem great.

I did a flight and must say their Indignant Bourbon Imperial Stout was awesome. Also got to try Three Floyds Arctic Panzer Wolf which was pretty good. They had bottles of Goose Island Bourbon Barrel County Stout, but at $13/bottle I wasn't that desperate to try it out. Just the fact that they had it was impressive though.

Overall, the service and selection is what stood out and I would definitely recommend heading here if you have a layover at Amtrak and need to kill some time or live in the area and need some good beer. (1,217 characters)

Photo of bschinelli
4.35/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

What's best about the Haymarket is the beer and the atmosphere. I've been to the Haymarket probably 15 times since it's opened, for a combonation of lunch, dinner, beer, and just to buy a growler. I really feel like they are a beer lovers place. I appreciate that they brew small batches and keep experimenting with the recipes. Lot's of variations and always something new to try within a couple of weeks. I also like that they bring in about 12 guest drafts, providing a lot of variety to try. Also, they clearly price out testers. They selection of drafts has been so varied, I haven't yet had to resort to the bottle list to get something new to dry. As far as quality, I'd say they do an exceptional job of making drinkable brew.

Food. A little plain. The garbage sandwich and pizza, and the chicken chili are the best, but after I've had them a few times, I've wished they ran a kitchen with more variety; maybe some daily or weekly specials.

All in all, I'll continue to go, and hope this establishment has long success. (1,029 characters)

Photo of 4thoseabout2bock
4.58/5  rDev +11.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Ambiance is what you would expect from a brewpub -- good place to watch a game and grab some chow (especially the RIOT burger), but the number one reason to come here is the BEER.

Not only is the guest selection exceptional, the in-house selection invariably covers a broad range of styles regardless of the season. A nice combination of old standbys like pilsners and stouts, but also adventurous Belgians, rauchs and Hop-creations.
Award winning brewer and it shows.

Closest great beer destination to downtown -- and worth a trip even if you are coming from somewhere else. (578 characters)

Photo of MarcatGSB
3.53/5  rDev -14.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3

I have been looking forward to stopping in at the Haymarket for quite some time now, and I was in town for the Festival of Wood and Barrel Aged Beer last weekend, so we stopped by. I had read alot about Indignant, their BBN Stout, so I was excited to see it was till on tap.

The food was nothing special, honestly. I would say it is average microbrewery food. The overall feel and vibe was lively, but the decorating was kind of corporate and stale.

The beer was fantastic though. The Indignant hit the spot, and the BBN Barleywine they had on tap was equally as satisfying. The smoked Porter they were pouring that night was a real hit, with a huge smokey nice and rich body. It's worth a stop for the beer, maybe pass on the food. (735 characters)

Photo of WoodBrew
3.73/5  rDev -9.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

The Haymarket Brewery located near the Loop of Chicago was good place to visit. The bar area was large with many TVs to watch your favorite Chicago team. Plently of tables and high tops along with a lengthy bar with numerous seats. The quality of the beer was great. The server we had was not very good. He didnt really know beer and was kind of slow. The beer selection was very good. There were 10 home made beers on tap and several guest offerrings. The bottle menue was good....but I noticed this bar seemed particulary to favor IPA and Belgian ales. Outside of that there was not much to choose from. Didnt try the food....so good luck with that. The value was fine. What I liked most about this place was the ability to but 4oz tasters...even of the guest beers...no other place has ever offered that awesomeness! (819 characters)

Photo of barczar
4.05/5  rDev -1.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4

Went on a sunday night during football season and got two seats at the bar. It was after 8 so it was not packed.

I was only interested in draft, which was very reasonably priced. They offer 4oz pours, which was awesome! Same price per volume. Bottled selection was decent but overpriced.

Food was overpriced and I heard was nothing to write home about. Their housemade brews were good, not exceptional, but of wide variety. Worth a stop if you're in town and want to try some brewpub beer. The bartender was very attentive and tolerant of allowing me to try as many small pours as I wanted. (594 characters)

Photo of sweethome
3.63/5  rDev -11.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 2

I have been here a few times now - held off from first visit due to allowing them time to get the kinks out back when they first opened. Most recent visit is source of rating.

Two bar offerings - for whatever reason - I just haven't felt comfortable at the front bar - maybe it's just the setup. The back bar room just seems more like pub.

Service has been spotty - but getting better

Great variety of house brews and very nice selction of guest drafts. Focus of house beers is to hops and belgian styles. More barrel aged to come as Pete gets that going. I really liked most of the house beers I tasted. The belgians were mixed results - liked the double - not the trippel. IPA and Double IPA were very good.

Interesting guest drafts like a collaboration between Shorts and Half Acre - and another from Flossmor Station.

It all falls apart with the food. Most recent visit I ordered a so-called house specialty pizza with house cured bacon. There were maybe 10 small pieces of bacon. One slice had no bacon. If house curing it makes it special - why not highlight the bacon versus skimping on it? Another in our party had the house sausages - she wasn't impressed. I had tried them in the first days after opening and felt the same way.

The food is not keeping up with the beer...The beer warrant an A rating - the food a D rating (1,338 characters)

Photo of Bung
4.13/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped here on our way out of town for lunch.
Darker interior greats through the revolving door. Blend of contemporary and classic woody stucture. Large open room with view of brewing equipment.
10 house, 13 guest taps listed. Good selection of styles. Almost a bottle shop selection in the coolers behind the bar. Full bar as well, not important for a beer geek, but probably makes this place more accessable for others.
Homemade sausages, pizza a varied enough menu.
Bartender was knowledgeable, brewer was interacting with some of the patrons.
Would be here often if I lived in Chicago, much better than Goose or Rock Bottom in my opinion.

I wish I would've stopped here earlier in the trip. (696 characters)

first ← prev | 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75  | nextlast
Haymarket Pub & Brewery in Chicago, IL
92 out of 100 based on 62 ratings.