At first glance, the menu at Good Fortune in Logan Square isn’t very exciting - you’ll find ceviche, salads, roasted vegetables, some pastas, and both meat and seafood entrees. But most of it is very good (like the perfectly cooked ribeye with short rib croquettes and the black garlic rigatoni), and even when dishes fall short (like the slightly rubbery halloumi or the delicate char that’s overwhelmed by soupy carrot ponzu), the enjoyable atmosphere makes up for them. The dark space has two levels: the main level feels like a neighborhood bar, while the second floor is smaller and gives you a view of the open kitchen and its wood fired oven. It’s the kind of space where, even if you're full, you’ll find yourself ordering dessert or an extra cocktail just to hang out a little while longer.
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