RESERVE YOUR TABLE
400 N STATE, CHICAGO IL
Saturdays & Sundays
21+ after 9pm
Holiday Hours of Operation
Memorial Day Monday
11am - Close
*offering limited brunch menu until 3pm
BEER & SPORTS LOVERS UNITE
Located at the corner of State & Kinzie, the 10,000 square foot restaurant and beer hall sits in the heart of River North. Public House offers American fare with a smokehouse twist in addition to mouth-watering libations and over 100+ beers. On the weekends, Public House transforms into a lively nightlife hotspot where locals and tourists alike unite to enjoy a live DJ, three full-service bars in addition to signature table tap booths, where guests can pour their own beer and shots. Open 7 days a week, Public House offers full lunch, happy hour, dinner, late night and weekend brunch menus, in addition to a skilled team dedicated to catering & private events.
You're In Good Hands
Lucas Stoioff and David Rekhson, DineAmic Group and Public House owners, main mission was to build the perfect place to watch any game – big or small. With an abundant beer list, table tap technology, and a 30-foot HD video screen to catch all the action live, Public House has become a reliable and consistent River North gastropub. Located steps from the Chicago River, Public House is the perfect destination for individuals of any age seeking delicious food, beverages, and lively atmosphere.
EXECUTIVE CHEF JEREMY TANNEHILL
Chef Jeremy Tannehill holds the role of DineAmic Group Corporate Chef and Purchaser, with a strong focus on the Public House brand. Chef Tannehill started with the hospitality group as a Sous Chef in 2011 and worked his way up to secure a corporate role with the company. Every morning though, Chef Tannehill is (still) the first in the kitchen as he continues to develop the menu at Public House, overseeing all aspects of the culinary program. During his time at Public House, he earned accolades such as "Most Addictive Bar Bites" from Zagat, “Best Sports Bars In Chicago” from Time Out Chicago, and “Fifty epic desserts to eat in Chicago before you die” from Spoon University.