It's a funky space and a little crowded, but who can blame them. The balcony is fun to eat on, you get a new perspective on the building and can people watch. The owners of this place are the same folks behind Bricks Pizza and the upcoming Pierce Tavern in Downers Grove, which I'm eagerly anticipating. The food is great! Burgers, handheld foods, wood oven pizza, a great bar menu with lots of whiskey. All made with care, love and great ingredients. Who would have thought! Everything we've eaten has been delicious. We're hoping to be regulars at Pierce Tavern when it opens but until then it's worth the drive to Hinsdale.
The place is usually crowded, but that's because the food is very good and pretty consistent.
They have the best pretzel and dip trio we've had anywhere. Haven't had a bad thing on the menu. This is downtown Hinsdale, so make sure you have a couple quarters for parking. This is definitely a happening place to be at. The atmosphere is super cool. We dined on a Thursday night and it was decently busy. The food was great!
I had the mussels - prepared with beer broth, chorizo and green chiles - they were fantastic. Seriously some of the best mussels I've ever had. I also ordered the Parmesan truffle fries on the side They could use some work. However, they did have a flourish of finely chopped red bell pepper and green onion on top which was a welcome surprise and made for great flavor with the fries. Unfortunately, the service wasn't great. Our server was unfriendly, unresponsive and very distracted. The server's manners could also use a little work. Overall we enjoyed our meal and do plan to return.
Very pleased with the food and all service was outstanding thanks Valerie. Great portions, stiff drinks and perfect ambience lighting good but not dark, music playing but not blaring. Looking forward to returning. Fuller House Claimed This business has been claimed by the owner or a representative. Got a question about Fuller House? Ask the Yelp community! Probably want come back here.
We were looking for a halfway point to eat and talk with some friends and this place was recommended. Hinsdale's first pub-style, full service, family owned restaurant will be Open 7 Days a week featuring wood-fired pizza, hamburgers, sandwiches, soups and ….
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