New Year’s Eve 2013 at Farmhouse Tavern Chicago


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FHC NYE Flyer 2013

Join Farmhouse Tavern on New Year’s Eve to ring in 2014!
We will feature a 4 course Dinner Menu with a Beverage Package for $125 per person (tax and gratuity not included)
There will be a Champagne Toast at Midnight and Live Music to help celebrate the New Year!
Seating is at 9pm and the bar will be open until 2am.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling 312.280.4960
A credit card is required to guarantee your reservation and there will be a $50 fee if reservations are cancelled within 72 hours or if the reservation is a no-show.

We will also be taking reservations for regular dinner service from 4pm-6:30pm on December 31st. To inquire about reservations, please call 312.280.4960

Happy Holidays and we look forward to a great 2014 at Farmhouse Tavern Chicago!

The Foodie’s Ultimate Guide to Craft Beer Week


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Zagat recently included us in their guide to Chicago Craft Beer Week. Thanks for the mention!

May 21

This event doesn’t involve beer or food. We are making a rare exception to “The Foodie’s Ultimate Guide To Chicago Craft Beer Week” arbitrary guidelines to feature Chicago’s first pop-up cider house. Farmhouse turns into “Cider House” with eight handles of cider from Vander Mill and Virtue as well as bottles (312-280-4960).

Read the entire post to get your to-do list ready for the coming week! And be sure to check out our “Cider House” May 21.

Ferdia on Enjoy Illinois


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Check out Farmhouse owner Ferdia Doherty on Enjoy Illinois to get a sneak peek into the world of Farmhouse Chicago and Farmhouse Evanston.

“People are drawn to Chicago’s Farmhouse Tavern for a variety of reasons. Some visit for the 28 craft beers on tap, their local wine on draft, delicious homemade sodas, or fresh from the farm ingredients. Others go for the rustic heartland ambiance in the midst of the bustling city, or to be reminded of a simpler time. Whatever the reason, people continue go back to Farmhouse time and time again to be greeted by the Irishman at the door.

Raised in a fishing village in Ireland, Ferdia Doherty didn’t set out to be a restaurateur. He fueled his creativity in the design and marketing industry, running his own agency in Chicago for seven years. That all changed when Ferdia met TJ Callahan, a veteran in the restaurant turnaround business and fellow Irishman. TJ hired Ferdia’s company to work on a project with Irish pubs, admittedly because of Ferdia’s Irish roots.”

Dunbrody Country House Ireland Meets Farmhouse Chicago


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Irish Celebrity Chef Kevin Dundon of Dunbrody Country House Ireland and Chef Eric Mansavage collaborate on an Irish-themed dinner in pre-celebration for St. Patrick’s Day March 6 at 8 p.m.

Enjoy a three-course meal with pairings for $44. Reservations are required, so please call 312.280.4960 or email info@farmhousechicago.com to reserve your space.

We will be celebrating the launch of Kevin’s line of cookware in the U.S. and will have a signed, 5-book cookbook set. Cookware set (valued at $400), cutlery set (valued at $250), and multi-cooker (valued at $150) available for a giveaway. Visit KevinDundon.com to learn more about this fabulous chef.Farmhouse Chicago and Dunbrody Country House