The Ultimate Guide to Eating and Drinking Around Wrigleyville

Italian & Polish staples from a James Beard winner and Cubs manager Joe Maddon The newest entrant to Wrigleyville’s rapidly expanding upscale dining scene is this classy neighborhood spot opened by Cubs manager Joe Maddon in partnership with local James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Mantuano. Subtle nods to baseball include Maddon quotes and Haymarket’s Try Not to Suck beer, but overall the bi-level, 7,400-square-foot space tries to “Do Simple Better” with Italian and Polish staples like wood-fired pizzas and three types of pierogi. Stop by for a brunch of kielbasa and eggs or rent out the second-floor speakeasy-styled Flamingo Room for private parties.



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