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See Food: PorkChop on Randolph Street

By Caitlin Klein in Food on Nov 30, 2011 5:00PM

We recently visited Randolph Street's PorkChop, a restaurant and bar that bills itself as a late-night spot serving "gourmet comfort food."

Here are some of PorkChop's more popular dishes, served up hot here on Chicagoist as a feast for your eyes. Check out the descriptions in the captions.

PorkChop is yet another example of the current trend for Chicago restaurants and bars to use salvaged items and re-purposed farm wood to create a rural feel in the middle of the city. Newcomers Farmhouse in River North and Barn & Company in Lincoln Park are other examples of this rustic style of decor.

If you're looking for a more inexpensive night out, PorkChop is celebrating "White Trash Drinking Bash" Mondays - $1 for PBRs, vodka drinks, and whiskey drinks. Plus a free shot with every mullet.

PorkChop is located at 941 W. Randolph St.