It’s the National League Division Series where we get to watch the Cubs beat the Giants starting at 8PM on Friday, October 7.

Watch it all at Prairie Moon. We’ll show the game plus have perfect game watching specials including:

$2.50 Old Style Fan Cans
$2 Chicago Dogs
Complimentary Peanuts at the bar
Brat & Pretzel Plate
Raw Bar with fresh-shucked oysters, shrimp & ceviche.

Call 847-864-8328 to make reservations.


Half-Acre beer night with pairings from Chef Matt O’Neill.

Get Right Kolsch
Brat Slider
Kolsch pub cheese / beet slaw / pickles / pretzel bun / potato salad
Hot Tropic
Coconut Curry Cabbage Rolls
Ground chicken with ginger and white rice / yellow coconut curry / cilantro
Akari Shogun
Kettle Corn on the Cob
Garlic aioli with sweet savory spice
Rainbow Never Ends
Fried Artichoke Taco
IPA battered artichoke heart / jalapeño aioli / jalapeño aioli
Louisiana Crawfish Boil & Revolution Brewery Flight Night
Friday May 23rd
Live Delta Jazz from The David Young Combo from 6:30-8:00
No cover
2# Louisiana Crawfish Boil
“Flown in direct from Breaux Bridge LA –  2 Pound Louisiana Crawfish Boil with Andouille Sausage, potato & slaw
T.V. Party
Rye India Pale Ale | 7.6% ABV | 80 IBU
The latest in the Repo Man soundtrack series, this rye IPA is clean and refreshing. Brewed with 2-row malt and flaked rye for toasty, nutty undertones up front, with a huge hop flavor and aroma from the Amarillo, and Fuggle hops finish out this brew.
Galaxy Hero
India Pale Ale | 6.6% ABV | 80 IBU
Brewed for the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, this IPA shoots a raygun blast of Galaxy and Zythos hops into your mouth and leaves a crisp, dry finish.
Bean Gene
Barrel-Aged Porter with Coffee | 9% ABV | 28 IBU
Bean Gene is the first variation we did with our Mean Gene barrel-aged Eugene Porter. After months socked away in bourbon barrels, we steeped it with Dark Matter coffee beans prior to bottling. Smooth and well-balanced, with hints of vanilla and an in-your-face coffee flavor, enjoy it at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Straight Jacket
Barrel-Aged Barley Wine | 13% ABV | 55 IBU
A strong ale to warm your insides in the dead of winter. Pours a dark mahogany color with a mild amount of carbonation and a somewhat lighter body than would be expected of this style beer. Deep aromas and flavors of dark stone fruits, bourbon, molasses, toasted coconut and vanilla come in waves to remind you of the time spent in the barrel.
Duvel USA and Boulevard Brewing will also be in attendance. Let’s drink some beer and eat some craw daddies togetha. CHEERS!



This Sunday, help us show just how much we appreciate the mothers in our lives by joining us for our 13th Annual Mother’s Day Brunch!

$22.95 per person (1/2 price for kiddos 9 and under) with a complimentary glass of champagne for those who are of age. Non-alcoholic beverages also included.

There will be two buffets–one savory, one sweet. Check out the menus below:

Mothers Day Savory Mothers Day Sweet

Call us today and make your reservation! 847.864.8328.




We’ve got more tasty brew comin’ at your taste buds! Join us Thursday, 5/29, as we welcome 5 Rabbit Cervezeria to Prairie Moon!

If you love 5 Rabbit as much as we do, stop by and chat with representatives from the brewery from 7-9 p.m. We’ll have four of their beers on tap, so you can try them all in a flight of four (5 oz pours), or enjoy a pint of your favorite!

Here’s the draught lineup:

Missionario (6.8% ABV)

Latin culture is a complex stew of native traditions, European colonization and modern history. This wheat beer commemorates the earliest stages of contact between East and West, and those intrepid souls who made the journey to a wild and unknown land, setting up the chain of missions dotting the west coast of the Americas, from Chile to California. This beer starts with a wheat beer base, substantial at 6.8%/vol. Then uses muscat of Alexandria, an ancient grape belonging to a family of “aromatic” grapes that the Greeks brought to Egypt. These were known to grow in misson gardens, and are still used in Southern Europe for sweet or dessert wines. They have a perfumy, aromatic quality that punches through the wheat and malt flavors. Beyond that, this beer is a showcase of all the other things the missions cultivated: figs, oranges, dates, almonds, apples, pears, stonefruit and probably more. This year’s beer will feature a lovely topnote of Aldrich almonds from a small California grower.

Gran Missionario (8.3% ABV)

Gran Wheat Beer. Flaked wheat and oats add a rich creaminess to the base beer. Then muscat of Alexandria, an “aromatic” grape grown at the Spanish missions are added. They have a perfumy, spicy quality that punches through the wheat and malt flavors. In honor of the many other crops grown in Mission gardens, pears were chosen for this version of Gran Missionario. The beer is creamy, off-dry and fruity in a most complex way, with aromas of flowers and spice. A new hop variety, Hallertau Blanc, adds additional fruity aroma notes, complementing the Belgian yeast strain.

Huitzi (8.5-9% ABV)

A Belgian Strong Golden Ale, brewed with Pilsner and Vienna malt, Glacier hops and Belgian yeast. In addition ginger, chamomile, Thai palm sugar, and local Chicago honey make up the flavor profile and hibiscus flowers give this beer a nice shade of pink. Huitzi is a winter beer that doesn´t wallow in the dark cold days of this season. Like it’s namesake, the Aztec hummingbird god Huitzilopoctli who smashed the winter to allow the sun to return, Huitzi looks forward to the brighter promise of spring.

Ki’Chun (9.5% ABV)

Ki’Chun is a Mayan name meaning “tasty start,” which refers to the new calendar cycle for which this beer was first brewed. Fresh and dried Chanterelle mushrooms bring an ethereal apricot perfume, blending perfectly with the Vienna and melanoidin malts and toasted oats, amplified by the exotic fruitiness of New Zealand Rakau hops. Dark Thai palm sugar lightens the body a bit and makes this 9.5% alc/vol beer dangerously drinkable while a Belgian yeast strain offers further aromatic complexity.


Hope you can make it. Cheers!

Join us this Sunday for our 13th annual Easter Brunch!

For just $19.95, you’ll enjoy two replenished buffets–one sweet, one savory–along with bottomless coffee, non-alcoholic beverages, and a complimentary Mimosa, Mango Mimosa, or glass of Champagne! Children the age of 9 and under eat for $9.95.

Call us today to make your reservation–(847) 864.8328

Check out the menus here:

Savory BuffetSweet Buffet