Public House

400 N State St
Chicago, IL 60654‎ United States
(312) 265-1240
Hours of Operation : Sun: 10:00 - 2:00; Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri: 11:30 - 2:00; Sat: 10:00 - 3:00
Price : $$ (Moderate)

About Public House

Located at the corner of State & Kinzie, beer aficionados pledge their allegiance to Public House, a 10,000 square foot beer-lovers paradise featuring beloved American, smokehouse fare with an upscale twist, unprecedented multimedia capabilities and mouth-watering libations. Open 7 days a week, Public House offers a full lunch, dinner, late night and catering menu.


The Personal Table Taps –
Public House is home to one of the most extensive and impressive beer lists in Chicago. With over 100 beer selections and featuring the renowned Table Tap Technology which has been exclusively available at Bull & Bear, 12 types of beer and liquor are available on tap. A third table tap allows guests to pour chilled spirits of choice. Beer virtually pumps through the veins of the space with the introduction of “The Walltender” a chic, self serve tap system with beer always at the ready.

Design & Amenities –
Public House features an unprecedented selection of multi-media capabilities including a concert quality sound system allowing for live in-house performances any night of the week. A floor level DJ booth, stage, public address and wireless microphone are available for no additional charge. With 27 plasma TVs and an HD video wall, Public House is fully equipped to accommodate presentations of any kind.

Warm design touches, such as hand carved crown molding, rustic custom light fixtures and fireplace seating, Public House promises to help Chicagoans say goodbye to the night club and hello to the “night pub.”

Cuisine –
When it comes to fabulous fare, Public House thrills your taste buds with a menu comprised of American smoke-house favorites with tantalizing twists including beer-infused dishes, housemade sauces and rubs, flights & bites, food & beer pairings and superb desserts.

Executive chef David Blonsky’s BBQ philosophy utilizes a fine dining approach to a simple style of cooking. Just like the top smokehouses in the country, Public House uses Southern Pride smokers on all meats such as Kobe Beer Brisket, Smithfield St. Louis ribs and Wisconsin Amish Chicken.


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Dress Code: Club Attire






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