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Posted by gary on 12/05/2010
No need to spend big money when you are looking for good old fashioned food. In 10 years we have never walked out disappointed or hungry.
Posted by Alex on 05/27/2010
Cheap and cheerful. The best place to stop on your way to, or from, Navy Pier. Think of it as a McDonald's but the way the food would be tasty and be served if it was prepared by your Grandmother. Skip the overpriced places on the Pier. Go here instead.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/01/2007
Unbelievable value. The place has a wide menu with the normal bar food and few eclectic, but good items. However, it is the price that is amazing. Dinner for two at anyplace else near that part of the city is a minimum of $20 plus tax and tip. At the Flamingo Grill, I have never paid more than 15 (and I am a fairly generous tipper). Great value...highly, highly recommended.
Posted by "The Rob" on 01/03/2007
After wandering around the Navy Pier not finding anything tasty looking for a reasonable price, I came upon the Flamingo Bar and Grill. The man behind the counter was every so friendly and gave good opinions as to what to order. The food can be a little greasy but it goes along with the name "bar and grill". The jukebox was playing softly but still loud enough to hear through my chewing. The fries were cooked to a golden brown with a lingering effect of salt. The Gyro my friend was having that I stole a bite from was one of the best I have tasted since my trip to Europe. The Chicago style hot dog I had was mouthwatering and brought a joy of sensation to my mouth. The price is very reasonable especially in comparison to the expenisve eating joints on the Navy Pier other that McDonalds. The staff is friendly and the food is good. The bathrooms are also very clean which I found to be very pleasing after having to wash up covered in relish and Gyro sauce. The Flamingo Bar and Grill is a place to bring the children also. Not a typical bar scene. Overall, I will go back when I visit Chicago again, and so should anyone else who reads or passes by the joint.