It's not possible to forget the name of this small Streeterville bar and grill; it's emblazoned in large silver letters on nearly ever wall. There's nothing destination-worthy about this casual spot, though its arguably a less-crowded post-Navy Pier pick and the only choice for Lake Point Tower residents looking for a bite and a beer without leaving the building. It's clean and contemporary in style, with a marble-topped bar in front and banks of booths in back.
Playing off of the tourist-laden location, the only beers on tap are Chicago's Goose Island (try the range in a flight) and the martinis take on an El train theme, from the chocolatey Brown Line to the fruity Purple Line. Appetizers stick to the standard (sliders, wings, onion rings) and the menu's rounded out with salads, sandwiches and burgers.