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Best Fish And Chips In Chicago

October 13, 2010 3:28 PM

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Best Fish And Chips In Chicago

Best Fish And Chips In Chicago

Best Fish And Chips In Chicago

Best Fish And Chips In Chicago

There’s nothing like the combination of beer battered fish, tartar sauce, and a pint! Here are some of the best spots in the windy city for Fish and Chips.

Get out your stretchy pants, and take advantage of an all you can eat fish fry!

The Gage
24 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603
Neighborhood: The Loop
(312) 372-4243
www.thegagechicago.com

The Gage is a 300 seat restaurant and tavern steps from Millennium Park. Open late, seven days a week. Their signature Fish and Chips consists of Guinness Batter, Malt Tartar Sauce, and Lemon.

Paddy Mac’s
4157 N. Pulaski Road
Chicago, IL 60641
Neighborhood: Irving Park
www.paddymacschicago.com

This North side bar and restaurant has a little bit of everything from Ireland and beyond. People come in for a Reuben sandwich, and usually end up switching to the Fish and Chips. Paddy Mac’s “is known for it’s Irish food and great drink specials.”

Chief O’Neill’s Pub & Restaurant
3471 N Elston Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
Neighborhood: Avondale
www.chiefoneillspub.com

North Atlantic Cod, dipped in a homemade Harp beer batter. Fish is fried to a perfect golden brown served with coleslaw, tartar sauce & steak-cut fries.
Every Friday, enjoy the all you can eat, Fish Fry.

The Duke Of Perth
2913 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
Neighborhood: Lakeview
www.dukeofperth.com

Known as “The Duke’s Favorite”, the Fish and Chips are a staple at The Duke Of Perth. Cod fried in Tennant’s Lager beer batter and served with peas, chips, and malt vinegar. All you can eat Fish Fry every Wednesday and Friday.

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