The Red Lion Pub

Row 1

Details
2446 N Lincoln Ave (Fullerton)
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 883-2422

Foursquare Tips

  • With a reputation as one of the most haunted bars in Chicago and a British manor interior that resembles a scene from the board game Clue, it's hard not to pass up a visit to the Red Lion Pub.
  • The fries (chips) are really outstanding. I wouldn't usually say that about a place. They are prototypical. Good food. Friendly. Wonderful beer list with UK influence: a few nitro taps. Comfy.
  • The Red Lion Pub is claimed to be home to a multitude of characters. The most prominent of them is the ghost of a woman that resides in the second floorwomen's restroom. The last stall to be exact.
  • Amazingly authentic British pub styling and fare. The food is awesome and a very nice selection of beer and wine. The bar looks very well stocked for a near endless variety of cocktails. Top notch!!!
  • Not only awesome food and drinks but AWESOME owner...Collin is worth just sitting there at the bar for
  • The food is straight forward but often delicious. Great selection of British style ales on draft as well as some pilsners that are difficult to find.
  • Had my first Brandy here...
  • Fantastic, cozy and unique place for a bite and a drink. A refreshing break from the loud college-oriented bars of Lincoln Park. Great whiskey collection, take the bartenders' recommendations.
  • One of the best pubs around.
  • The Welsh Rarebit is amazing!
  • Beautiful space, great food, great conversation, and very good drink variety
  • The bookcases and decor is amazing. Such a cozy place to relax in the winter with the fireplace roaring.
  • Slightly older crowd than most places on this strip.
  • I love the Lion Stout they have on tap from Lion Brewery Ceylon in Sri Lanka.
  • Good service. Bartender was a throwback conversationalist, a dieing breed.
  • The food is decent, but you can find better British pub fare elsewhere for the same price range. I also found their draft beer list a bit lacking. I'd recommend going to Owen and Engine instead.
  • There's a selection of hard to get British ales on tap, great for the expats. Beautifully refurnished for its reopening, the atmosphere is relaxed and the food delicious.