Tour Boka’s Latest Where Fans Can Eat Steak While Viewing Wrigley Field

Boka Restaurant Group hopes the “traditional Americana feel” that was successful at Swift & Sons, its Fulton Market steakhouse, translates well across from Wrigley Field when they open the company’s 19th restaurant. Dutch & Doc’s, the home run-hitting group’s newest restaurant, debuts today for lunch and dinner next to the Hotel Zachary at the corner of Clark and Addison streets. Weekend brunch should debut after Memorial Day inside the two-floor restaurant at 3600 N. Clark Street.

The company describes the menu as a combo of American and Mediterranean. Cubs fans, who may have a hard time recognizing the area surrounding their favorite team’s stadium, can now slice through a 9-ounce boneless beef ribeye or 12-ounce N.Y. strip while sitting next to a window overlooking the famous Wrigley Field marquee. To think, the space was once the site of a McDonald’s.

“It’s got to be one of the best views in the city of Chicago,” said chef Chris Pandel of the new restaurant.”

Read the full article at Chicago Eater.

2018-05-25T12:00:30+00:00 May 25th, 2018|