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Sometimes you need a come-and-go atmosphere, instead of a sit-down restaurant, for your group dinner to accommodate the people who have a softball game, a hackathon meeting, or a routine Wednesday night houseplant watering. Addo: 206, a Puerto Rican counter-service spot, is perfect for that. It’s located inside a spirits distillery with plenty of seats, plenty of cocktails, and plenty of excellent food - from the braised pork, rice, and bean bowl to a ridiculously good “Richard” burger that pays homage to the Dick’s deluxe. The dishes come out quickly, and you bus your own table, so your late friends can show up whenever they want and not feel like they’re irritating a server.
Addo: 206 is a Puerto Rican food counter located inside Batch 206 spirits distillery. After you eat here, you might find yourself daydreaming about the braised pork, rice, and bean bowl or their ridiculously good “Richard” double cheeseburger that pays homage to the Dick’s deluxe. You’ll rarely have to wait long for a table either, so Addo is the move for a come-and-go group dinner.
Batch 206 Distillery is a bar in Interbay that has a kitchen on the side, which was formerly operated by Windy City Pie, and then Oaky’s Tex Mex (before they both relocated). Now, the kitchen belongs to Addo. You might know the name from various pop-ups around town, but this Puerto Rican counter is now their permanent location. Along with items like a Dick’s-style cheeseburger they’re calling the “Richard,” you’ll be able to order an entire tasting menu for parties of four or six.
We checked out Addo:206 and added it to our Hit List.