When it comes to finding a great burger in Chicago, you’ll most likely hear names like Kuma’s, Au Cheval, and DMK. While all of these offer incredible burgers, there is another name that you will want to try as well. Grange Hall Burger Bar is an adorable farm-to-table restaurant in the West Loop that you won’t want to miss.
The restaurant has a farmhouse like facade and the inside is full of wooden communal tables with mismatching dinnerware and napkins that provide a very warm and inviting atmosphere.
All of their burgers are made from hormone and antibiotic free meat and all of their fruit and vegetables come from local family farms.
In addition to their burgers, they are also known for their homemade pies where the selection changes frequently based on what fruit is in season.
Kevin and I went for an early dinner after work one night. He ordered the Pickles and Onion Burger which is a beef burger with American cheese, sweet onion, lettuce, sour pickles, and garlic Dijon aioli.
I opted for the veggie burger which is a wild rice and veggie patty with carmelized onions, arugula, avocado, and chipotle mayo.
All burgers are $12 with several different side options such as french fries and onion rings for $3.
Homemade ice cream is also on the menu and can be made into sundaes or shakes. What goes better with a burger and fries than a hand spun milkshake? Chocolate for him and PB&J for me. So good I forgot to snap a picture until they were gone!
Next time you’re in the mood for a burger, be sure to check out Grange Hall. You won’t be disappointed!
Grange Hall Burger Bar is located at 844 W. Randolph St. in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood