Rustic House

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1967 N Halsted St (at W Armitage Ave)
Chicago, IL 60614
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 9:00pm



  • "Desserts are pure fun." --Phil Vettel, food critic, Sept. 1, 2011.
  • Rotisserie chicken, grilled octopus and apple tart was amazing!
  • ber cute date place! The wine list ain't too shabby either!!
  • We think you should start with bubbles, enjoy some lobster risotto, sink your teeth into prime rib from the rotisserie and finish it off with a delicious slice of cheesecake!
  • Best pork chop I've ever eaten.
  • Try the Pommes Anna from our 100 Best list: This unassuming potato side dishcrispy and golden on top, tender and gratinlike underneathmakes you remember why you love seasoned chef Jason Paskewitz.
  • Got to try the Rustic version of the Moscow Mule. Delicious! Prime Rib ain't that bad either.
  • The Corn Brle is AMAZING! A must have side dish. The blonde brownie is the perfect dessert too!
  • From the wood-grilled octopus with charred greens to the spit-roasted half duck, to the goopy blondie brownie dessert, chef Jason Paskewitz never bores us.
  • Try everything, especially the pasta with the veal ragout.
  • The Chicken Pot Pie is something you must try.
  • If you come to must eat here!!!!!
  • Chef Ina Pinkney eats here on her nights off. She loves the Creamed corn brle.
  • Rotisserie chicken, grilled octopus, cookies and milkshakes. Joyless people might complain about a lack of innovation. Let them go to Moto.
  • There's a wood-burning grill on the premises, which turns out a nicely charred octopus appetizer (with wilted greens, tomato confit and olives) and takes care of the menu's two steaks.
  • Luscious blueberry pie, presented in a cast-iron dish. Perched above the lattice-crust top are a scoop of blueberry gelato and Chantilly cream; beneath are 2 inches of piping-hot blueberry filling.
  • Can't wait to go back you can order rotisserie to go and they have a pre fix dinner $35 from 5-630. Love the foi gnocchi and octopus apps.
  • Le Pastque! French for "the watermelon". And also our drink special for the night! Fresh watermelon juice, tequila, lemon, honey and bitters.
  • Reminds me of a typical farm to table style restaurant you'd find in Birmingham, AL or San Francisco, CA. This has my seal of approval. Wow.
  • Scallops were amaze!

Nearby places

1973 N Halsted St (at W. Armitage Ave.)
2002 N Halsted St (at Armitage Ave.)
1650 N Halsted St (btwn Willow St & North Ave)