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  • Michelin Award

    PopSugar Poll Pick – 5 Reasons to visit Twin Anchors
    Published Date:
    Wednesday, October 19, 2011
    The Pump Room may have kept its name, but one thing is for certain: it is no longer the old-school restaurant of yesteryear as evident from my Pump room party picks the other night. there are very few Chicago legends left, so I suggest soaking (and eating) up all that

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  • Destination Taverns

    Published Date:
    Friday, May 6, 2011
    Midwest Living

    Despite its movie-star cachet, Twin Anchors Restaurant and Tavern, located on a quiet corner in Old Town on Chicago’s North Side, hasn’t gotten too big for its bootlegger history and loyal neighborhood clientele. The nautical-theme tavern opened in 1932, and during its heyday, Frank Sinatra often entertained friends in the red leather booths (Ol’ Blue Eyes memorabilia hangs on the pine walls). More recently, Conan O’Brien, Jack Black, Michael Shannon, Joan Cusack and the All-American Rejects have come here to nosh on the signature barbeque ribs.

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  • Classic Chicago Resturent

    Old Twin anchors

    Published Date:
    Sunday, May 1, 2005
    Where Chicago

    Classic Chicago Restaurants
    The Ultimate Top 10
    by Alice Van Housen

    Fans of this quaint, tavern-style time warp tucked away on a residential Old Town street swear it’s worth the wait for the succulent ribs (the eclectic jukebox helps pass the time, but there’s “Positively No Dancing”). Done up in wood and nautical kitsch, the neighborhoody setting was used as the location for the film “Return To Me.”