FOR ST. PATRICK’S DAY, CORNED BEEF AT ONE OF CHICAGO’S BEST RESTAURANTS
There are many fantastic restaurants in Chicago to get a corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day, and some of them are even Irish (!).
Manny’s Coffee Shop & Deli in the South Loop is almost synonymous with corned beef, piled high by master meat cutter Geno, guaranteed to please.
The Kerryman is recognized as not just a fantastic place for corned beef, but a darn good restaurant with many well-prepared traditional Irish foods.
Corned Beef Factory may not be the most romantic name for a restaurant, but you will fall hard for their corned beef.
Emmit’s serves food “with an Irish flair,” and that includes a Reuben sandwich, “piled high” with some of the best corned beef around.
Mrs. Murphy’s & Sons Irish Bistro is the place to go for not only some of the best corned beef in the city, but also outstanding Irish music and good ole’ Irish good times.
Fado Irish Pub serves corned beef and (buttered!) cabbage every day of the year, and there’s always Guinness on tap, so you know they know how to make you happy.
Bagel Restaurant & Deli in Lakeview has a comfortable dining area where you can stretch out, undo the top button on your pants and dig into a mountainous – and delicious – corned beef sandwich.
Kaufmann’s Bagel & Delicatessen makes their own bagels and corns their beef. You get the picture.
Jason’s Deli has a few locations around the Chicagoland area, and at each you’ll be delighted (or shocked) to be served their New York Yankee: ¾ pound of corned beef and pastrami.
Curragh Irish Pub serves a fantastic corned beef sandwich, but you might try the Reuben Rolls for a new take on a classic combo.