Bohemian House

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Details
11 W Illinois St (at N State St)
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 955-0439
Eastern European, Cocktail, Czech
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Wed, Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Thu–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Incredible in every way! The menu is short but the food is all about quality and presentation.
  • Everything was fantastic! Our favorites: pierogis, potato pancakes, deviled eggs and the skirt steak.
  • Do yourself a favor. If you're in Chicago, have dinner here. Everything was astounding. Try the beef cheek pierogis and the chicken paprikash. All of the desserts are awesome.
  • Appearances matter, and Bohemian House is a beauty. But the food rewarded me for judging this book by its cover. The menu is a slim one, but youll kick yourself for not being able to order it all.
  • We tried 6 things at our table and everything was great. Really enjoyed the fish and chicken entrees.
  • Befitting the restaurant's Czech focus, the beer list is well-curated, featuring plenty of crisp lagers, foamy pilsner and an especially funky Hop Nosh IPA from Uinta Brewing Co. in Salt Lake City.
  • Coffee & Donuts!
  • Amazing food and cocktails! Get the strawberry basil and the steak tartar with bone marrow
  • Mimosa flight was awesome - pomegranate, passion fruit and blood orange. Duck egg and pork schnitzel sandwich was a 2-person portion but so good.
  • Service was EXCELLENT! The beef striploin was So GOOD! I think my favorite thing was the mini pear sorbet with whipped goat cheese and a thin dark chocolate wafer brought to us post dinner. #sogood
  • Wild Mushrooms and Beet salad are delicious.
  • Great cocktails and beer selections. The beer flights are really great. Menu selection has some vegetarian options, but is generally hearty meat dishes.
  • Hearty fare, simple yet elegant
  • At brunch, try the open-faced pork schnitzel sandwich, smoked beef tongue hash, and a strawberry kolacky.
  • Goulash was fantastic.
  • Under the direction of chef Jimmy Papadopolous, Boho honors Chicago's extensive Eastern European heritage with some of the most creative and tasty versions of that region's dishes in a gorgeous space.
  • Dinner menu is kind of small, but decent options. Cool ambience
  • Steak Tartare and Bone Marrow combo.
  • If you like Eastern European food this is the spot. It's a younger hip spot. Great if your single and like a more lively place to hang out.
  • If you're on a date...I highly recommend getting the hungarian langos, beef cheek pierogi, summer salad, and bone marrow & steak tartare to share. Top it off with dark chocolate custard as dessert.