Classic chops plus German-leaning apps & sides in a sleek exposed-brick brasserie setting. Located in West Town, Boeufhaus is the coalescence of old world culinary techniques and contemporary style. Our goal is to satisfy varied cultural appetites by using sustainably and responsibly raised animals and artisanal house-made products in our seasonally evolving menu. And, most importantly, to give you a continuously indulgent experience. Enjoy yourself. Be carnivorous.
Boeufhaus, a French and German inspired brasserie, nestled on the border of the Ukrainian Village and Humboldt Park discreetly opened April 9, 2015. Owned by Chefs Brian Ahern and Jamie Finnegan, years of preparation led them to realize they wanted the opening to be a sincere gesture to neighbors and local foodies first. Boeufhaus is the coalescence of old world culinary techniques and contemporary style serving responsibly raised animals and artisanal products—providing a fresh take on classic farm to table fare. And while meat is at the core of the Boeufhaus experience (Boeuf, French for “beef” and Haus, German for “house”), the menu created by Chef Ahern is both balanced and seasonal.
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