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Pilsen Yards

1163 W 18th St

Chicago, Illinois 60608

The secluded outdoor space at the closed Monty Burke’s in Pilsen was fantastic, so we were happy that Pilsen Yards recently took over the space and re-did the back patio. They added heated floors and a retractable roof. Now you can come here for drinks and dishes like sweet corn tamales and ceviche. You won’t even need to change your plans if it rains.

The secluded outdoor space at the closed Monty Burke’s in Pilsen was fantastic, so we were happy that Pilsen Yards recently took over the space and re-did the back patio. They added heated floors and a retractable roof. Now you can come here for drinks and Mexican dishes like tacos, sweet corn tamales, and not worry that a 45-degree day in May will affect your catch-up dinner with friends.

Pilsen Yards is a mostly Mexican spot that recently took over the Monnie Burke’s space in Pilsen. Monnie’s had a great back patio, and Pilsen Yards has taken full advantage. They added a retractable roof, lots of heaters, and installed a heated floor. This restaurant has a very detailed IG post letting you know how warm the patio feels based on the temperature outside. During single digits, it felt about 60 degrees. So, by our calculations this week it will feel like the Spring Break you’re not going on this year.

Pilsen Yards has a great back patio with a retractable roof, lots of heaters, and even a heated floor. Come here for drinks and dishes like sweet corn tamales and ceviche. You won’t even notice that it’s technically still winter.

When Pilsen Yards first opened in January, they served mainly tacos and Mexican small plates. But they recently added a great smashburger to their slowly expanding menu. The burger is delicious and sloppy, generously topped with caramelized onion, lots of gooey cheese, pickles, and a spicy mayo they call “mami sauce.” And as juicy as this burger is, the bun manages to hold up to everything without falling apart. This burger - plus some margaritas on their patio - is exactly how we want to spend our summer.

The secluded outdoor space at the now-closed Monty Burke’s in Pilsen was fantastic, so we were happy when we heard Pilsen Yards took over the space. The patio now has a covering, a bar, and the restaurant hosts “hangover vinyl brunches,” which include vinyl, brunch dishes like breakfast burritos, chilaquiles, and pineapple concha toast, and hopefully not too many hangovers.

The secluded outdoor space at the now-closed Monty Burke’s in Pilsen was fantastic, so we were happy when we heard that a new restaurant recently took over the space and re-did the back patio. Pilsen Yards added heated floors and a covering, and hosts “hangover vinyl brunches,” which include vinyl, brunch, and (presumably) hangovers.

The secluded outdoor space at the now-closed Monty Burke’s in Pilsen was fantastic, so we were happy when we heard that a new restaurant recently took over the space. Pilsen Yards added heated floors and a covering, and hosts “hangover vinyl brunches,” which include vinyl, brunch dishes like chilaquiles and tres leches concha toast, and (presumably) hangovers.

You might remember Monnie Burke’s, a now-closed Pilsen restaurant with a back patio that was about 30 miles long. Monnie Burke’s has been replaced with Pilsen Yards, a Mexican restaurant serving tacos, nachos, and large plates like carne asada. But most importantly, they upgraded that huge patio with heated floors so you can now eat (and drink) outside in the middle of winter.

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