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  • Cuisine: American (Traditional)
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking : Street
  • Atmosphere: Normal
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves Alcohol: Yes
  • Smoking Allowed: No



Gale Street Inn is a Traditional American restaurant. It's located at 4914 N Milwaukee Ave in Chicago, IL 60630.

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People on the web say that Gale Street Inn is choice dining in Chicago.

Gale Street Inn also provides Traditional American cuisine, and has parking.

FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating 5 out 10 based on 20 total reviews.

This means this restaurant needs more positive reviews.
The average price of a meal at this Chicago restaurant is under $20 per entree.

As the third-most populous city in the United States, one can expect that Chicago has no shortage of cuisine options available to accommodate a wide variety of palettes from tourists and locals alike. There are certainly more options for exquisite dining available than the timeless Chicago-style hotdog, and for those on a mission to venture out and find them, the Gale Street Inn could be a highly considerable establishment to stop in along the way.

While the Gale Street Inn is certainly not going to be enjoyed for the same price as a drive-thru meal, the establishment has a strong reputation among patrons for offering items that live up to and exceed their costs. The Chicago establishment is known to be more “old-school” (though major credit cards are accepted), and child-friendly, meaning that it is able to accommodate virtually any generation of guests that come across it on 4194 N Milwaukee Avenue.
The Gale Street Inn is closely situated next to the Kennedy Expressway and the Jefferson Park train station, making it a convenient establishment to visit for guests that are commuting through the area during its hours of service; 4pm to 10pm Monday through Thursday, 4pm to 11pm on Friday, noon to 11pm on Saturday, and noon to 9pm on Sunday. Casual attire is acceptable, reservations and take-out orders are offered, and parking is accommodated with a private lot. The establishment is wheel-chair accessible, and offers both free wi-fi and a full bar; safe to say, the Gale Street inn has not achieved its considerable reputation through catering to only a select echelon of patrons privileged enough to enjoy it.

Head chef George Karzas decorates the menu and keeps the restaurant decorated with patrons with tender slow-cooked ribs, simmering steaks, key-lime pie and shrimp jambalaya that he claims “shrimp jump just for the chance to be in”. Satisfied patrons’ reviews speak loudly for the degree of taste and texture to be found in the Chicago establishment. The Gale Street Inn’s barbeque ribs are the most lauded items in the establishment for their savory meat, rich sauce and generous size.

The late former head chef, George Chioles, brought the Gale Street Inn from its humble beginnings as a remodeled tavern to the tangible urban legend that is today; even in his absence, Gale Street inn remains a delicious and powerful slice of Chicago’s culture and history.

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Gale Street Inn is a Traditional American restaurant. It's located at 4914 N Milwaukee Ave in Chicago, IL 60630.

There are 0 places near Gale Street Inn giving great discounts.

This discounts range from $ to $. The discount should provide you having a total of $.

People on the web say that Gale Street Inn is choice dining in Chicago.

Gale Street Inn also provides Traditional American cuisine, and has parking.

FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating 5 out 10 based on 20 total reviews.

This means this restaurant needs more positive reviews.
The average price of a meal at this Chicago restaurant is under $20 per entree.

As the third-most populous city in the United States, one can expect that Chicago has no shortage of cuisine options available to accommodate a wide variety of palettes from tourists and locals alike. There are certainly more options for exquisite dining available than the timeless Chicago-style hotdog, and for those on a mission to venture out and find them, the Gale Street Inn could be a highly considerable establishment to stop in along the way.

While the Gale Street Inn is certainly not going to be enjoyed for the same price as a drive-thru meal, the establishment has a strong reputation among patrons for offering items that live up to and exceed their costs. The Chicago establishment is known to be more “old-school” (though major credit cards are accepted), and child-friendly, meaning that it is able to accommodate virtually any generation of guests that come across it on 4194 N Milwaukee Avenue.
The Gale Street Inn is closely situated next to the Kennedy Expressway and the Jefferson Park train station, making it a convenient establishment to visit for guests that are commuting through the area during its hours of service; 4pm to 10pm Monday through Thursday, 4pm to 11pm on Friday, noon to 11pm on Saturday, and noon to 9pm on Sunday. Casual attire is acceptable, reservations and take-out orders are offered, and parking is accommodated with a private lot. The establishment is wheel-chair accessible, and offers both free wi-fi and a full bar; safe to say, the Gale Street inn has not achieved its considerable reputation through catering to only a select echelon of patrons privileged enough to enjoy it.

Head chef George Karzas decorates the menu and keeps the restaurant decorated with patrons with tender slow-cooked ribs, simmering steaks, key-lime pie and shrimp jambalaya that he claims “shrimp jump just for the chance to be in”. Satisfied patrons’ reviews speak loudly for the degree of taste and texture to be found in the Chicago establishment. The Gale Street Inn’s barbeque ribs are the most lauded items in the establishment for their savory meat, rich sauce and generous size.

The late former head chef, George Chioles, brought the Gale Street Inn from its humble beginnings as a remodeled tavern to the tangible urban legend that is today; even in his absence, Gale Street inn remains a delicious and powerful slice of Chicago’s culture and history.

Additional Info for Gale Street Inn
  • Good for Kids: Yes
  • Good for Groups: Yes
  • Delivery: No
  • Take Out: Yes
  • Waiter Service: Yes
  • Outdoor Seating: No
  • Music: n/a
  • Best Nights: n/a
  • Hours: M: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm W4:00 pm - 10:00 pm TH: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm F: 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm S: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm Sun: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Wifi: Free
  • Good For: Dinner
  • Alcohol Description: Full Bar
  • Noise Level: Average
  • Ambience: Casual
  • Has TV: Yes
  • Caters: Yes

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