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Carriage House

773-384-9700  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 1700 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622

CUISINE: Contemporary, Southern, Brunch, Ribs

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Chef-partner Mark Steuer (The Bedford, HotChocolate) turns out stellar contemporary Southern cuisine at Wicker Park hot spot Carriage House. 




Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sun. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-2 pm. Closed Mon.

"With communal tables and farmhouse accents that avoid Epcot Center phoniness, Carriage House is close in spirit and flavor to the best restaurants in Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, and Memphis, and better than many."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"Mark Steuer’s satisfying—and deafening—ode to the low-country cooking of his South Carolina childhood gets so much right, the noise is but a minor inconvenience in this modern-homey space. All you’re going to talk about anyway is the impeccable fried chicken thigh resting in a reservoir of honey, or maybe the brawny clam boil swimming with tasso ham, meaty clams, and Vidalia onions."
Chicago magazine, July 2013 (**, very good)

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Chef-partner Mark Steuer (The Bedford, HotChocolate) turns out stellar contemporary Southern cuisine at Wicker Park hot spot Carriage House. 




 

"With communal tables and farmhouse accents that avoid Epcot Center phoniness, Carriage House is close in spirit and flavor to the best restaurants in Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, and Memphis, and better than many."
— John Mariani, Esquire, The Best New Restaurants 2013

"Mark Steuer’s satisfying—and deafening—ode to the low-country cooking of his South Carolina childhood gets so much right, the noise is but a minor inconvenience in this modern-homey space. All you’re going to talk about anyway is the impeccable fried chicken thigh resting in a reservoir of honey, or maybe the brawny clam boil swimming with tasso ham, meaty clams, and Vidalia onions."
Chicago magazine, July 2013 (**, very good)

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Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sun. Sat-Sun brunch 10 am-2 pm. Closed Mon.

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