Tiny Lounge

Row 1

Details
4352 N Leavitt St (btwn N Lincoln Ave. & W Montrose Ave.)
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 463-0396
Lounge, Burgers, Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 4:00 PM–2:00 AM Fri: 3:00 PM–2:00 AM Sat: Noon–3:00 AM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 AM
Singleplatform

Foursquare Tips

  • Bartenders dont stop at the classics, creating original drinks like the Subourbon: bourbon, amaro, blood orange liqueur, ginger beer and lemon juice: http://tmoutchi.us/13EV7jr
  • After renovations, this place is a little mod. But sitting here with an impeccably crafted Sazerac is undeniably pleasant that its hard not to believe that the changes were for the better.
  • The bar's boob-tube ban "draws your attention to the aesthetics of the place," manager Jen Templeton says. In this case, that means a room full of warm midcentury woodwork and smartly dressed drinkers
  • My liver and wallet hate this place. I tell them to shut up. The cocktails are too good to resist.
  • We found a brunch cocktail we always hoped existed but never thought wed find, La Bastarda, which the bar describes as the bastard child of a mimosa, Bloody Mary, bellini and margarita. Imagine that.
  • make sure to try one of their original cocktails
  • Fans of the old Tiny Lounge will find plenty at the new spot thats familiar: those cushy, circular booths, the martini list, the conspicuous lack of a television and even many of the bartenders.
  • The Hemingway is delightful.
  • Get a dark and stormy. You won't be sorry.
  • sliders, specialty cocktails (lakshmi, wizzo, sazerac) and tiny miller high life & lite (7 oz) for $2.
  • The $10 whiskey sour. A concoction of Rittenhouse rye, lemon juice and house-made simple syrup, it's dressed with a heap of whipped egg white and a skewer of three dark sweet cherries.
  • The Whiskey Sour, liberally topped with egg white and garnished with dark sweet cherries.
  • Order the "Goliath"
  • Get the Singapore Sling, it's delicious!
  • Fans of the old Tiny Lounge will find plenty at the new spot thats familiar: those cushy, circular booths, the martini list, the conspicuous lack of a television and even many of the bartenders. -LB
  • Combining a mimosa, Bloody Mary, Bellini and margarita into one drink sounds like an idea we proclaimed genius the night before brunch. Talented bartenders make the "La Bastarda" cocktail work.
  • The fries here are the bomb.
  • Patients will solve your problems on tuesdays ....
  • I have a love for the roasted seasonal vegetables. Especially the beets! They make delicious whiskey sours with a creamy top and soaked cherries. Not maraschinos.
  • tito's hammock = SO GOOD!