7/23/2013 10:02:00 AM

West Town Tavern Closes After 11 Years

It was a neighborhood gem before there was really a neighborhood to appreciate it. West Town Tavern opened in 2002 and saw the transitioning area develop into a serious dining destination. The cozy space was known for its elevated comfort food and daily specials such as fried chicken Mondays and BBQ turkey meatloaf Wednesdays. Owners Drew and Susan Goss prepared food as good, or better, than mom used to make.

Yesterday, it closed with an announcement on its website that read, “West Town Tavern has closed its doors. Thank you for all of your support, encouragement and downright love. We are proud to have been a part of Chicago’s vibrant dining scene for the last eleven years and now it’s time for us to explore other opportunities. Look for a change at 1329 West Chicago Avenue.”


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