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About The Publican, Chicago

The Publican was a weekly magazine for the UK licensed trade. The Publican, was launched in 1975, featured news and comment on issues that affect the pub trade as well as jobs and pubs for sale and lease. In 2011, it merged with its main rival Morning Advertiser, to become The Publican's Morning Advertiser. In 2008 the magazine had an audited circulation of 33,404 and was distributed via subscription and controlled circulation to individual pubs as well as large pub companies and breweries.

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Address: 837 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

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  • The space is so open and airy. Service is friendly and accommodating. There were some hiccups but it got fixed. The pound cake was baked to perfection, the buttery goodness topped with fruits, hazelnut and ricotta. The bacon is a must and their eggs are soft and fluffy. The meal is so tasty and definitely a great brunch place.

  • Wasn't anything special. Food was good, price was expected. They were super delayed for us even though we were one of the last tables they were serving for brunch. They also had booths open that they didn't prioritize handing out over the family-style long table which was very loud and impersonal. They did, however, move us upon request which was appreciated. All-in-all it was okay. Wouldn't care to go back but wouldn't put up an argument if people were going again.

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  • I went here for a late brunch this past Sunday with some friends, and we all were really impressed. As a vegetarian, I was a bit apprehensive on what I could eat, but there were actually more options than I was expecting, and they weren't the typical lazy veggie option that's pretending to be high class (can we get a break from portobello caps, please)? If you're vegan, options narrow down a bit, but I'm sure if you call ahead they'd prepare something tasty for you (staff here were super friendly). Anyways, two of us got the summer squash egg dish, which was absolutely amazing. Their coffee was really great too, had no problems drinking it black. The carnivores really enjoyed their plates, too. It does get loud here, so you'll have to use your outside voice when talking to your group. Definitely recommend getting reservations.

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  • I really wanted to give this spot a 4 star based on the menu and everybody just looking so happy with their meals and ambiance. Sad to say I ordered the chicken and grits which was a bit on the sweet and oily side. The service was superb though .

  • Hands down best place to eat in the city. Dinner or brunch, it doesn't matter its always amazing. I really recommend talking to the server about the menu items, their descriptions don't always do the plate justice. The desserts and drinks are out of this world. Service is always great.

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