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CHICAGO | Howells & Hood is located in a prime spot at the foot of the Tribune Tower, and is named after John Howells and Raymond Hood, the architects of the neo-gothic tower. Fitting for its location, Howells & Hood goes about its business in a big way. The spacious 17,300 sqft venue can hold up to 250 people and has a variety of seating options, suitable for large groups, or just a few drinks amongst friends. A large banquet room is behind this, there’s a big patio out the front, and there’s a private function area that overlooks Chicago on the 25th floor.

The the long bar features 114 different beers on tap across 360 draft faucets, attached by underground lines to a separate room housing 670 kegs. Needless to say, there’s a lot for craft beer heads to be happy about here, including a lot or rare and seasonal beer from brewers across the nation and abroad. It’s not just the big names that are on tap here either, with many micro brewers and small batch beers being showcased. Those not wanting beer will also find tap wines, bottled wines, and a large selection of spirits and cocktails.

Howells & Hood’s Executive Chef Brett Faldstein and Bottleneck’s (the group that owns Howells & Hood) Corporate Executive Chef Paul Katz use seasonal, locally sourced produce to inspire an extensive menu of refined takes on American classics like sandwiches, meatballs, soups, pasta dishes, steak and seafood. It all goes well with beer, or any of the other drinks on offer here

Lots of television screens dotted around make Howells & Hood a great place to come and watch the game too.

Note: Howells & Hood will be closing in late 2018.

Howells & Hood

435 N Michigan Avenue
Chicago
Illinois 60611
United States

Telephone: 312 262 5310
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Mon: 11:00am to 10:00pm
Tue – Thu: 11:00am to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00am to 12:00am

 
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