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Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

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Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

A bit confused. I saw great reviews for the Red Rooster, but then also saw Cafe Bernard's. Both have great menus. Are they located near one another and is the food the same quality at both?

Thanks fo your help! Am trying to find some new restaurants for this trip that we haven't tried before.

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1. Re: Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

It's the same location.

http://www.cafebernard.com/Redrooster/

You can read reviews at Chicagoreader.com and metromix.com.

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2. Re: Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

Dave~

Same location, but two different restaurants?? If so, what's the difference?

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3. Re: Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

Hi Summer,

I've never been there.

These might help - …metromix.com/bars-and-clubs/…content

…metromix.com/restaurants/…content

chicagoreader.com/cgi-bin/rrr/details.cgi…

chicagoreader.com/cgi-bin/rrr/details.cgi…

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4. Re: Red Rooster and Cafe Bernard

The owner is Bernard le Coq - Bernard the Rooster, get it? Cafe Bernard is a country French menu. The Red Rooster was added as a wine bar, then the menu was expanded. There isn't that much difference in the menus. Prices are still reasonable (I used to work there in the 70s!) The mussels were always good.

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