Revolution Brew Pub in Logan Square has a nice open layout with high ceilings, exposed brick walls and their signature clenched-fist taps, this Logan Square brew leaves its competition in the dust.
Don’t be mistaken, this is not a sports bar. TVs are definitely not on the menu. Thanks to Jim Cibak, instead of being glued to a TV, you can focus on its 24 plus house beers, which several are on tap at any given time.
While waiting for our table, we posted up at the bar, which is the center piece of the space. We ordered a Grey Goose Screwdriver and an aromatic Cross of Gold ale while waiting — and wait, you will — However, as soon as we were getting restless and about to order an appetizer at the bar, our party of 5 was seated in the elevated loft style dining area.
We started off with a salad and the Bacon Fat Popcorn (Bacon, crispy sage & shaved parmesan).
We ordered the Arugula Pizza (Shaved parmesan, mozzarella, tomato sauce, lemon-infused olive oil), the Iron Fist Fish and Chips (Pale ale battered atlantic scrod, frites, roasted red pepper remoulade, honey jalapeno slaw), the Hombre Burger (Smoked poblano pepper, avocado, Chihuahua cheese, red pepper crema & tortilla strips), the Smoked Pulled Pork (Kansas City-style barbecue sauce, honey-jalapeno slaw), and the Pancetta Biscuits & Gravy (Buttermilk biscuits smothered in italian sausage gravy topped with house-cured pancetta, shallot frizzle and an organic egg as you like it). It felt like we were in a college library at our table because you could hear a pin drop while we were eating because it was peacefully quite while everyone was stuffing their faces! Everything was delicious, fresh and filling.
Brewery tours are offered each Saturday at noon.
Jordan & Marks