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ERIS Brewery and Cider House

ERIS Brewery and Cider House

Irving Park


Open
  • Dine-in
  • Takeout
  • Delivery
  • Patio

Location

4240 W. Irving Park Rd., Chicago IL 60641

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Old Masonic building restored to a Brewery and Ciderhouse.Building features are a unique space, 20ft ceilings and interior atmosphere has refurbished radiators, reclaimed wood and large windows. Full restaurant, special event venue for occupancy of 300 in the main dining, 50-70 occupancy on the mezzanine floor and a beautiful outdoor patio for 60-80 people with heated area. Specialty ciders are fermented on site and we brew our own beer. We have a cocktail and liquor program, cater to vegan, vegetarians and meat eaters. Kid friendly and encouraged space. Located right off the Irving Park Blue line and NW Metra stop. Easy access from 90/94 and lots of street parking. www.erischicago.com

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Miles from O'Hare Airport 8.7

Miles from Midway Airport 17.0

Miles from Navy Pier 8.7

Miles from McCormick Place 11.2

Miles from Downtown 8.2

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Late Night

Dinner

Lunch

Brunch

Special Interest Tours Offered

Complimentary On-site Parking

Reservations Accepted

Public Space Wi-Fi Available

Restaurant(s) On-site

Bar/Lounge

ADA Compliant

Public Space Wi-Fi COMP or Fee Complimentary

Self-Parking Available On-site

Food On-site Restaurant

Number of Restaurants On-site

Hours of Operation Sunday -- Thursday 11a-midnightnFriday, Saturday 11a - 1a

Family-friendly

Buy-out Max Capacity 250

Exhibit Space Available

On-Site Catering

On-site Audio/Visual Equipment

Complete Buy-out Available

Private Meeting Space Available

Max Restaurant Capacity 250

Private Dining Available

Group Menu

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