The Publican, Chicago

About The Publican, Chicago

The Publican, Chicago - Address

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

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Timings: 09:00 am - 02:00 pm Details

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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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  • Great restaurant for brunch or drinks or dinner. We came for drinks and food on a Friday evening and had a great time. Service was amazing and everything we ordered was delicious. We got avocado salad, charcuterie plate with assorted meats and sauces and waffle for dessert. Some fine champagne to wash it all down.

  • if are a salt of the earth peon like myself, you won’t be able to appreciate 7 courses of vinaigrette soaked food. Snark aside, these Fulton market restaurants just ooze pretentiousness, and that seems to work for them. I prefer an honest meal for an honest price, and I’ll skip the pageantry. This is google turf, and it shows. For these prices you can do a lot better.

  • Absolutely loved having brunch at The Publican. Reservations were easy to make for a large group (Party of 14) and service was exceptional, especially with a large group. All the food was delicious as well, I would highly recommend to anyone in the area to check out!

  • 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.

  • The food was excellent and worth the wait. That said, the kitchen isn't all that fast. I got pretty hungry waiting for my meal, and to see the server for the first time. The place is also pretty loud, which might make a date difficult. Small quibbles though. Try the monkfish - it's divine. I'd gladly come here again the next time I'm in Chicago.

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