The South Side is a vibrant neighborhood with so many great restaurant options. If you’re craving pub food, Italian or just simple café fare, there’s something for everyone.
1. Piper’s Pub
Enjoy a pub atmosphere that serves up a delicious English breakfast at Piper’s. Dating back to 1999, the pub serves a traditional Sunday supper every week with roast beef, Yorkshire pudding and more. The Sunday supper pairs well with the whiskey, cocktails, wine and mead on tap. More information on Piper’s Pub can be found here.
This upscale Spanish restaurant has a large wine list. Guests love the menu featuring traditional Spanish food like Portugese-style sirloin steak with prosciutto and fried egg. For lunch, try “tortilla Española,” a traditional Spanish omelette with potatoes and chorizo. More information on Mallorca can be found here.
With a fresh and simple approach to Italian cooking, chef/owner Stephen Felder and co-owner Cara DelSignore create mouthwatering items like made to order mozzarella, polenta with grilled shrimp and a roasted mushrooms and goat cheese pizza. More information on Stagioni can be found here.
4. Café Du Jour
This lovely bistro has a pond in the middle of it, and serves mouthwatering café fare. There’s a grilled shrimp po boy with smoked andouille sausage and a simple pressed grilled cheese with sharp white cheddar, apple, crisp bacon and unexpectedly—salted caramel, all on ciabatta. More information on Café Du Jour can be found here.
This neighborhood restaurant and bar showcases lots of folksy murals with classic Lebanese and Middle Eastern food. Guests enjoy plenty of kebabs, falafel and gyros and delicious chicken shawarma and lamb sandwiches. Moe information on Kassab’s can be found here.