Chicago Sun-Times
  Moe's Cantina in River North has a split personality. If you like sports of any kind, a four-deep bar scene, earlobe-rattling noise, very spotty service and you are thirtysomething, Moe's at night is your kind of place. READ MORE »
  This massive second location of Moe's Cantina location in River North serves paella and other shareable items until last call. The menu includes modern Mexican fare like mesquite-grilled skewers, empanadas and lamb chops with chimichurri; stop by on weekends for brunch. READ MORE » | PHOTO TOUR »
  Chicago Magazine

It’s a typical bar-opening tale, but the staff at Moe’s Cantina—a brand-new River North sequel to the Wrigleyville original—tells it as wide-eyed as anyone: “We only got our liquor license literally, like, two hours ago. You should have seen this place at 10:30 a.m. You’d never have believed we were opening tonight!” READ MORE »

  Urban Daddy

Look, it’s Friday. And as nice as that is, we know that making evening plans around this time of year gets... complicated.


But you don’t need hoopla. You don’t need chandelier-filled rooms or massive leather booths. And you certainly don’t need a place where tequila is served as a vodka chaser.


Good thing that this is not about your needs. It’s about your wants. READ MORE »


The 25,000-square-foot space previously housed an antiques gallery, and is similar to it's sister location, but offers upscale extras like a handcrafted cocktail list, international wines and a mezzanine level with a private dining room. READ MORE »

  A larger sibling to the Wrigleyville original, MC's latest outpost is rocking the telltale garage door entrance and an 80ft wooden bar that's slinging a similar selection of
Latin-flavored bites... READ MORE »
  A second location of Moe's Cantina, which already has a Wrigleyville outpost, opened in River North earlier this month. In a former antique gallery, the 25,000-square-foot Mexican restaurant has retractable glass doors that overlook Kinzie Street, 30 chandeliers, and fixtures made of wrought iron and salvaged wood. READ MORE »
Time Out Chicago
Two stories of exposed-brick walls, city lights twinkling through the floor-to-ceiling windows, gothic chandeliers dangling overhead—this bar from the John Barleycorn folks is looking good. The crowd—throwing back margaritas (sometimes literally), throwing themselves at each other, and never quite throwing in the towel with the dangling skewers of meat on almost every table—just thinks it looks good. READ MORE »
  Remember spring break in Cabo? Probably not. Either way, relive it at Moe's latest outpost. This cavernous two-story tequila hall boasts more tequilas than you could ever drink in one night (we hope) and an impressive Mexican tapas menu featuring skewered meats, like wild boar sausage or chicken mole. READ MORE »
  Wrigley North? Wrigleyville meets River North this winter with the new 25,000-square-foot Moe's Cantina. Never hit the Wrigleyville original? Expect classic Mexican drinks and eats done well in a masculine setting perfect for catching a game away from the madness. READ MORE »
  Chicago Tribune
  This massive second location of Moe's Cantina in River North serves paella and other shareable items until last call. The menu includes modern Mexican fare like mesquite-grilled skewers, empanadas and lamb chops with chimichurri. On Sunday, all TVs will be tuned to the game — instead of alternating between sports and music videos.
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