The Low Down
What to Drink: Divided into "Old World" and "New World," the wine list offers plenty of bottles less than $30 (nothing more than $60), with 20 available by the glass ($6-$11).
The Extras: The first Monday of every month features a wine dinner, $40-$55, featuring three courses and four wine pairings.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This tavern-meets-modern-day restaurant sports a menu that's rich with comfort foods. Some of that comfort shows up; some of it doesn't. The vast experience of owners Drew and Susan Goss (Zinfandel) goes a long way toward ironing out someâ¦
Phenomenal contemporary comfort food.
By KatieHolland at Citysearch
Phenomenal contemporary comfort food. Get the Gnocchi to start with! The scallops are melt in your mouth. Special Fried Chicken Mondays! Read More
By MacGrl312 at Menuism
Been here only a few times but always a good experience. I'm from the neighborhood so more than likely we... Read More
Must go to West Town Tavern
By Christine T at Insider Pages
I felt like I was on vacation. Loved the atmosphere. The DUCK CONFIT was worth $20.75 Crispy Slow-Cooked Moulard Leg with Parsnip-Potato Cake, Gar... Read More
West Town Tavern is a must stop
By adam z at Insider Pages
Don't ya love walking into a place you've never been and immediately feel like you're at home? That's what you get here. Family owned and run, th... Read More
Cozy atmosphere, amazing food!
By Elisa C at Insider Pages
Absolutely amazing food! You feel like you are entering a lodge, very cozy and warm. The menu absolutely complements the weather at all times, an... Read More