Dutch & Docs, is an all-day brasserie in Wrigleyville from the same people who own the steakhouse Swift & Sons, and this place serves the same high-quality, well-prepared steaks as its sister restaurant. There are also housemade pastas (like pappardelle with beef and pork ragu) and bar snacks like fried giardiniera. It’s basically an upscale sports bar, and even has a view of the stadium. Come here on game days with a group, or for a casual weeknight dinner in Wrigleyville - something that until recently didn’t seem like a very good idea.
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