Celebrating the history of Midwestern cuisine.
Named for the famous Missouri author, Mark Twain, this new and quickly popularized Logan Square restaurant shares a unique take on Midwestern cuisine.
Think the best of comfort food your grandmother made, but stepped up a notch. You’ll “ooh” and “aah” with each bite, and will rave about it to your family, who will still argue that grandma’s is better. Only you can decide, and you’ll know that you’ve never had a Chicago restaurant experience quite like the one you have at Twain.
We recommend: Mushroom Turnovers, Twice Baked Potato Gnocchi, and Pigs in a Blanquette