Fork | Lincoln Square | Contemporary/Regional, Small Plates, Craft Beer, Wine Bar | Restaurant

Fork Recommended Menu

Hours: Dinner: seven days
Saturday & Sunday brunch
Open late: Friday & Saturday till 11

Price: $$$

Small plates and extensive beer and wine lists, including 40 craft beers on tap.

Restaurant Details

It's hard to imagine a cozier place than Lincoln Square's Fork, with its warm tones, exposed-brick walls, and soft lighting. Its most notable feature is the extensive beer list—40 on tap, 145 by the bottle—and wine list, which allows you to pick a suggested grouping like "interesting whites" or mix and match, with a bunch more options by the bottle. And while the food menu is less encyclopedic, the execution is solid. Fried onion strings with house-made ketchup were crispy and subtlely oniony, candied bacon wasn't overly sweet, and the grilled hanger steak had a nice crust. Portions are relatively small, so this place may be better for a beer and a snack than a full meal; gnocchi with "foraged mushrooms," while light and fluffy, also worked out to more than a dollar per largeish nubbin. Still, the staff was unfailingly friendly, and when we lingered after paying the bill, our server, rather than giving us the evil eye, brought us complimentary half glasses of sparkling wine.

Julia Thiel

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Price: $$$

Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, AmEx, Discover

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It's hard to imagine a cozier place than Lincoln Square's Fork, with its warm tones, exposed-brick walls, and soft lighting. Its most notable feature is the extensive beer list—40 on tap, 145 by the bottle—and wine list, which allows you to pick a suggested grouping like "interesting whites" or mix and match, with a bunch more options by the bottle. And while the food menu is less encyclopedic, the execution is solid. —Julia Thiel

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