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Jonathan Boncek

The quirkiness is strong at Harold's Cabin — if the Jackalope painted on the wall didn't give that away, you can't miss the wackiness on the menu. The team behind Harold's — John Schumacher, Mike Veeck, and Bill Murray — have broken the menu into Kickshaw, Vittles, Nectar & Regale. What does that mean? Don't worry about it. Just order. As critic Vanessa Wolf wrote in her review, "The experimental menu at Harold's Cabin is one of the most exciting in the city." A dish called Corn is actually golfball-size hush puppies paired with spicy chili sauce. Carrot isn't a lone orange root veggie at all. Rather, it's a carrot and wheatberries casserole with a small chicken-fried rabbit foreleg. The playfulness carries over to the dish execution and the results are remarkable. Chef Justin Pfau knows what he's doing. Don't let the whimsy scare you off. —Kinsey Gidick Dish, Summer 2016

Restaurant Details

This Bill Murray-owned restaurant serves fresh, fair and coffees from its two-story location in the Westside neighborhood.

Hours: Tues.-Fri. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 9 a.m.-10 p.m.


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