South-side natives, local workers and travelers stranded at nearby Midway Airport all converge at this pleasant neighborhood lounge. A fall 2008 reopening under new ownership debuted a fresh interior lined with upholstered booths, plus a revamped pub food menu focusing on homemade eats. Half-pound Angus burgers are the hands-down favorite here, especially the namesake Bohica burger, topped with caramelized onions and bacon and served on a pretzel bun. In the summer months, the garage doors open onto the beer garden, a prime spot to nurse a raspberry mojito or one of more than 30 beers by the bottle. The weekend brunch menu stands out against the neighborhood's mostly diner-style options with Kahlua-tinged banana pancakes and mascarpone-stuffed French toast.