About Good Eats Group L.L.C.
Good Eats Group L.L.C. is owned and operated by John McLean and Martin Murch. The brands showcase the collaborative, chef inspired partnership between the owners. Currently, the brands operating under the Good Eats Group umbrella are the Burger Bar Chicago (Lincoln Park), Burger Bar Chicago (South Loop), and Sono Wood Fired (Lincoln Park).
Most recently, Good Eats Group opened their Café Press and Sociale concepts next door to each other in Printers Row.
BURGER BAR CHICAGO SOUTH LOOP
1150 MICHIGAN AVE, CHICAGO, IL 60605
The staple of the Good Eats Group brands. As the name suggests, we feature craft burgers and craft beer with several fun, contemporary menu items to fill in the gaps. The food is fresh, interesting and delicious. These are hand-crafted unique burgers using fresh, wholesome, politically-correct proteins such as chicken, turkey, pork, shrimp, tuna and American hormone and antibiotic-free ground beef. Snacks and sides are a significant part of the menu with choices such as fresh-cut truffle fries, sweet potato tots, Bacon Lollipops, grilled Sassy Wings, our famous Fried Pickles and three varieties of incredible mac and cheese. Large chopped salads and hand-spun shakes round out the food experience at Burger Bar. Cool, edgy, fun and inviting, we serve simple but unique familiar foods with an urban twist that anyone can sink their teeth into.
1582 N CLYBOURN AVE, CHICAGO, IL 60642
Reflects the Good Eats Group DNA of fun, friendly, fresh, neighborhood inspired dining. Literally translated from the Italian word for Social, this concepts deliver small, bold flavors and shared plates accented by its community and casual dining setting. To accompany these seasonal flavors of our global travels will be our hand crafted beverages and wine offerings from around the world. To further leveraging the history of Printers Row, Sociale will entice the guests with delicious and innovative food in a modern, comfortable, fun, edgy, urban setting. The design incorporates earthy materials such as reclaimed regional woods, anodized metals, actual La Salle Street pavers and iron wrappings to name a few of the elements.