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  • Barbecue, Chicken, American (Traditional)
  • 2803 W Chicago Ave, Chicago IL60622 41.895396 -87.696932
  • (At N California Ave)
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  • (773) 489-4600
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User Ratings (Based on 8 reviews)

Food 4.2 Value 3.8
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(773) 489-4600
Cash Only
Mon-Fri: 8am-10pm Sat: 9am-10pm Sun: 9am-9pm
Breakfast, Dinner
BYOB, Cheap Eats, Lunch

User Reviews

  • Feed

    Posted by Richie on 08/29/2010

    Great food, great jukebox

    Tasty, nicely-priced eats in a place with a working 45RPM jukebox - gotta love it + gonna go back!!!

  • Feed

    Posted by Mariaccountantpro on 04/21/2010

    Love the Feed

    Let me start by saying Ms. Diva, ya got issues. The pictures of chickens and decor around the place is very creative and is a comforting atmosphere for family & friends alike. Also le old jukebox & especially the golden egg machine/bathroom full of pics of people w/ their eggs, which represent a nice discount- very clever and creative Feed! FYI: people who raise their own cattle/chickens ect. still love their animals regardless.

  • Feed

    Posted by Omnivore on 05/15/2008

    weekend brunch

    FYI the full regular menu is now available during their weekend brunch, in addition to the special brunch menu.

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    Posted by wampuscat on 02/19/2008

    Stop in Where the Truck Drivers Eat

    If you've ever traveled by car long distance on the two-lane and stopped by one of those eaterys with the huge gravel parking lots that can accommodate about seven big-rigs where the waitresses serve up hot joe and home cooking to lonesome truckers at the counter or gathered around on picnic benches with red checkered table cloths, then you've already been to Feed. If you've a hankering for collard greens, crispy fried chicken, ambrosial macaroni and cheese, or fried okra, then make your way out west on Chicago Avenue. Bring your own beer, though and make it a classic American lager. Don't stick a lime slice down the neck of your trendy import. This is a place where Belgian, or German wheat beers just don't quite fit in Schlitz, however, PBR, and Cold Duck feel right at home. I'll need to apologize to the owners for the "3" rating on service, but this is cafeteria-style service and you bus your own table. I wouldn't want somebody to go there on my recommendation and expect five-star service. The owners appear to have gone out of their way to re- exactly the correct atmosphere to complement the food: Down Home. Maybe next time I travel south toward Mobile, I'll just take US45 insted of I57, and I'l travel through places like Onarga, Brookport, and Tupelo. I'll take my father's advice, too, and stop in where the truck drivers eat. My next best bet is Feed.

  • Feed

    Posted by Feed me on 01/24/2008

    Lots of flavor

    I've driven by this place a couple times and always was interested because of the name. I had the pulled chicken with baked beans and cole slaw. The bbq sauce is really good and has a small kick, but I added hot sauce and it was very niiice. The slaw was good, not mayonaissey at all which I liked. The other sides that I saw weren't all that impressive. There was great down south music playing and the dessert looked good even though I didn't have any. This is a quick bite as you order at the counter and pick it up less than 5 min. later at the counter. I will return for sure.

  • Feed

    Posted by D-town Girrl on 12/12/2007


    Feed has a cozy and friendly atmosphere with the BEST comfort food I have found since moving to Chicago from Detroit. In the summer the back patio is a great place to chill and enjoy a Sunday brunch under the canopy of trees which give it a backyard feel. Try the pulled pork hash; it is possibly the tastiest thing ever.

  • Feed

    Posted by Girlfriend on 12/04/2007

    Ms. Diva

    The menu is very scarce and not enough selection to chose from, and the prices are a tad steep for a junky burger joint such as this one, come on, over $7.00 for a burger with bacon (which you never have) get real. The decor made me feel guilty and sad for even ordering food when right next to the counter you have pictures of homeless animals (especially the kitties) there are other options you could use to help the animals without making your customer feel like a heel for not donating. TAKE THE PICTURES DOWN, it's extremely tacky to beg while being paid for services rendered, if you care that much, donate a percentage of your take home pay each month to a animal charity or shelter, don't gouge the customer, physically and mentally, get some class and you'll see clearly what I mean.

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