Late Night Drinking


High Noon Saloon

Chicago-City-Center

3.9 / 5

May 11, 2018

Luxuriating in its Tex-Mex theme, High Noon is a mix of Wild West style and something more contemporary. The exterior has a saloon type feel with a reclaimed wood frontage, lacking only a horse trough; one wouldn't be surprised to find Sheriff Timothy Oly

Luxuriating in its Tex-Mex theme, High Noon is a mix of Wild West style and something more contemporary. The exterior has a saloon type feel with a reclaimed wood frontage, lacking only a horse trough; one wouldn’t be surprised to find Sheriff Timothy Olyphant grappling with a glass of gut-rot and his conscience at the bar. In actuality, the room is a mixture of antique finds, weathered ceiling beams, Victorian chandeliers and contemporary leather chairs, the atmosphere welcoming, the drinks sharp and strong. The cocktail menu plays up to the Old West theme, blending tequila and whiskey-based tipples, with a few more urban offerings, like their signature Manhattan. Margaritas are a speciality with their Acai Margarita a particular highlight. High Plains Drifters who prefer their spirits by the shot will want to explore the curated list of spirits – an abundance of whiskey, tequila and mezcal and they also serve a wide range of craft beers by the bottle and can including Dogfish Head Imperial IPA and Wells Banana Bread. Moonshine and tequila are also available by the flight for the indecisive. Food-wise, we’re taking Tex-Mex staples like tacos, tamales and burritos with a serving of churros and chocolate to follow. Their brunch offerings are also well worth exploring and they do a slap-up huevos rancheros and as well as an epic breakfast burrito

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