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Big Jones

Big Jones

Restaurant de cuisine du sud des États-Unis et Restaurant cajun et créole$$$$
Andersonville, Chicago
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  • Eater
    EaterAoût 30, 2016
    Weekend brunch features staples such as gumbo, shrimp & grits and the popular Eggs New Orleans, a riff on eggs benedict with blue crab cakes. En savoir plus
  • Eater
    EaterMai 6, 2016
    This spot has been around a while, but its new Boarding House lunch (with juicy fried chicken) hearty brunch platters and dishes culled from decades and centuries-old recipes has given it new life. En savoir plus
  • Morsel
    MorselNovembre 13, 2014
    In need of an award-winning cheeseburger? You've come to the right place. Order the Pimiento Cheese Burger. perfect for a weekly lunch or dinner ritual with a cold Begyle beer from the tap. En savoir plus
  • Morsel
    MorselNovembre 13, 2014
    Order the boozy pears, gooey cake, cookies and ice cream. Boozy pears and cakes are heated for service, with a basting of molasses. The almond ice cream is simply raw almonds steeped in cream. En savoir plus
  • Chicago Tribune
    Chicago TribuneFévrier 4, 2015
    A "Louisiana Mardi Gras Odyssey" will be the theme for this year's Restaurant Week menu. Alligator and andouille sauce, crawfish etouffee, gateaux de roix (king cake) among their great options. En savoir plus
  • Morsel
    MorselNovembre 13, 2014
    Get the wood-grilled duck tamales with chocolate mole. The mole is a simple purée of pecans, pumpkin seeds, benne seeds, sultana raisins, spices, chocolate, and a little gumbo gravy. En savoir plus
  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Bitches Who BrunchAvril 29, 2015
    Yes, complimentary beignets are provided to welcome you in, while getting you in the mood for rich, southern, dishes inspired by New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, Carolina Lowcountry, and Appalachia. En savoir plus
  • Bobby K.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Bobby KennedyFévrier 10, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Eggs New Orleans (crab cakes and poached eggs on a popover) is incredible. Plus great cocktails and complimentary beignets for all!
  • Eater
    EaterMai 31, 2016
    Beaujolais Villages Vintage Rosé 2015 ($10). “It is beachy and delicious with a hint of wild strawberry and sea salt,” says manager Winter Colloton. En savoir plus
  • Ed L.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Ed LevineFévrier 12, 2014
    You can't go wrong, no matter the choice! We had the blood sausage, salad, brussel sprouts, duck, flatiron steak and coconut creme pie. Service, atmosphere and food were absolutely fabulous.
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableMars 17, 2016
    In the mood for some good 'ol southern home-cooking? Head to Big Jones for everything from grilled cheese sandwiches to gumbo. And don't forget to try their delicious bread made in-house! En savoir plus
  • Stacy B.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Stacy Bo BacyDécembre 31, 2021
    The mushrooms on grits were amazing! Will order those again! Garlicky bacon fat fries were okay, and the gumbo ya-ya and cornbread were a little less than okay.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMai 14, 2013
    The Toasted Pimiento Cheese Sandwich is one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches--housemade Sally Lunn bread is loaded with butter and slathered with flavorful pimiento cheese.
  • MikeIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    MikeAoût 2, 2015
    Best Cajun food I've ever had. Possibly one of the best brunch spots in the city. Make sure to try the biscuits and gravy - don't sleep on the Bloody Mary either.
  • Marc
    MarcJanvier 25, 2016
    Eater '16 BEST FRIED CHX: bird soaks in herbed brine; dusted in flour coating & fine white cornmeal, gilded w/spices like sage and nutmeg; & finished in a combination of lard, ham drippings, & butter
  • JK
    JKAoût 15, 2021
    Try Cheddar-corn fritters with a chili pepper-vinegar dip and bread pudding & south-of-the-border slant on chicken and dumplings.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoMars 27, 2012
    Chicken cooked in ham hock–flavored lard and butter, in a cast-iron skillet. Crispy as hell, juicy as hell—this stuff is heaven. Biscuits had pie crust edges; mashed potatoes were rich with butter. En savoir plus
  • Jaye J.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Jaye JalsoNovembre 28, 2015
    Service was friendly and the food is as good as they say. Had the catfish and black beans for breakfast and it was delicious. Biscuits & gravy pretty good, but very different.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoAvril 17, 2012
    From that one-off Kentucky dinner (rice biscuits, pearl onion soup and mince pie) to the weekday lunch (fried chicken, greens, biscuits c. 1933), Big Jones is making history of any dining plans we had En savoir plus
  • Tana B.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Tana BabcockOctobre 1, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Expect delicious beignets for the table but by all means try the salt & pepper biscuits because they are amazing! Delicious benedict, and coffee drinks!
  • Kenny U.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Kenny UgelDécembre 17, 2019
    The fried chicken and cocktails were amazing. Unfortunately, the hush puppies seemed overcooked and the cornbread was dry. I would love to come back for brunch though.
  • Chicagoist
    ChicagoistAoût 1, 2014
    The sweet potato pone really takes the johnnycake. Mixed with bourbon-soaked bacon, it leans toward the savory side, though the corn crust could also serve as some solid tart material. En savoir plus
  • Lisa W.
    Lisa WMai 13, 2012
    If you have a day off for lunch M-F, get the fried chicken meal for the whole table. So much food! Everything is great but the biscuits are meh. House hot chocolate was a wonderful surprise as well.
  • Chicago Tribune
    Chicago TribuneFévrier 25, 2015
    Check out the seasonal pickle tasting plate including pickled watermelon rind, seasoned heavily with ginger and coriander. En savoir plus
  • Daniel D.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Daniel Di TomasoJanvier 23, 2015
    The chicken sandwich is by far the best I've ever had. Bloody Mary's are also good and spicy.
  • John A.
    John AmundsenAoût 3, 2011
    Really good cajun food in A'ville. Particularly great for brunch - the Eggs New Orleans is basically Benedict with crab cakes. Also, beignets are served. The fried chicken is also quite nice.
  • Andersonville Chamber Of Commerce
    Their family-style fried chicken lunch is guaranteed to put you (and the rest of your party) into a blissful, food-induced coma. It's a great deal for 3 meals' worth of food!
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoFévrier 21, 2012
    The chefs pay homage to Fat Tuesday Run, in which partyers run from house to house adding to a communal gumbo pot. This pot will include chicken, ham, alligator, crawfish and who knows what else. En savoir plus
  • Lori O.
    Lori O.Août 28, 2013
    We had a fabulous brunch! The food was super tasty yumminess and the cocktails were fun, interesting and delicious. Good service too!
  • Chris S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Chris SteeleOctobre 7, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 100 fois
    The cocktails at Big Jones are worth every penny and then some. On Mondays though they're half the price, which makes everything right with the world.
  • Chicago Tribune
    Chicago TribuneJuin 22, 2012
    The Gumbo Ya-Ya ($12) is rooted in Cajun Country, outside New Orleans, where roux tends to be darker, edging toward black. A must-try! En savoir plus
  • Kathryn H.
    Kathryn HDécembre 19, 2010
    My new favorite brunch place in town. The food is fresh and comes out perfect every time. Try the corn cakes, they are gluten free and phenomenal! Delightful staff and atmosphere to boot.
  • Karen K.
    Karen KelleyMai 11, 2013
    The chef needs to learn how to cook collard greens. I am from the South and I have never seen nor eaten bright green collard greens. There's a reason why you cook them to death.
  • Kirstjen L.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Kirstjen LorenzSeptembre 5, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    I think this place might be my favorite brunch in Chicago. Love the shrimp & grits. And those beignets are divine.
  • Time Out Chicago Kids
    Light and airy popovers, blue crab cakes with poached eggs, free beignets while you wait: three reasons this is among the best brunches in the city. En savoir plus
  • Jane B.
    Jane BlankFévrier 23, 2020
    Delicious food but be aware you will be booted out after 90 minutes, so don’t take a group of 7 who want to chat and haven’t seen each other in a long time.
  • Karen B.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Karen BowersMai 28, 2016
    Buckwheat banana pancakes with creme anglais and pecans are like dessert. So order some bacon to make it more savory.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoJanvier 24, 2012
    Housemade lard biscuits come topped with poached eggs and a distinctive cured-and smoked-in-house ham, simmered in Kilgus Farmstead cream and cut into thick slices. En savoir plus
  • Erika D.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Erika DavisFévrier 13, 2016
    Fried chicken is a must. It's sooo delicious. Loved their jalapeño bread too. I can eat that forever.
  • Rebecca L.
    Rebecca LeeSeptembre 23, 2012
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The food is AMAZING. I don't even have the words to express how phenomenally delicious it is. Eat here. If you don't you are truly missing out.
  • Jennifer N.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Jennifer NewhamJuillet 12, 2015
    Brunch - fantastic benedicts, French toast, omelettes, and great coffee and wonderful tea selection!
  • Chicago Tribune
    Chicago TribuneJanvier 6, 2017
    This Andersonville restaurant would be worth putting on this list for its fried chicken alone, but Big Jones has so much more going on. En savoir plus
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsMai 21, 2013
    Plan ahead! The fried chicken is delicious, but only available for lunch, and it takes 30 minutes to make.
  • Kevin S.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Kevin SmoklerSeptembre 13, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Pickled vegetables plate is plenty big enough to share and a nice beginning to a meal with friends...
  • Laura D.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Laura D.Novembre 10, 2014
    Sweet potato pancakes and crawfish/andouille/cream cheese omelette were a little too good. Beignets while you wait for your food.
  • Amy R.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Amy RobertsonNovembre 19, 2016
    Fabulous southern inspired food that isn't just fried and heavy
  • LaurenIcône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    LaurenFévrier 8, 2023
    Crab cakes & catfish were highlights. Desserts were good, too. Service was passable. Would come back.
  • Time Out Chicago
    Time Out ChicagoDécembre 20, 2013
    The pimiento cheeseburger at Big Jones is one of the 100 best things we ate this year. http://tmout.us/rLOtk
  • Tasting Table
    Tasting TableJuin 20, 2012
    Take advantage of the $25 "family meal" menu. It changes monthly and takes culinary history as inspiration: En savoir plus
  • Diego R.Icône de cœur sur l'image de l'utilisateur
    Diego ReynosoFévrier 29, 2016
    Souther cooking at its best from the fried chicken to the homemade charcuterie
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