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25 Degrees Burger Bar Offers Gut-Busting Options Plus Salads (PHOTOS)

By Alisa Hauser | December 8, 2015 10:49am
 25 Degrees, a River North burger bar, opened a Wicker Park outpost on Monday. 
25 Degrees Now Open at 2015 W. Division St. in Wicker Park
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WICKER PARK —  Fans of juicy burgers and boozy milkshakes won't be disappointed by Division Street's newest player, River North's 25 Degrees, which opened a second location in Wicker Park on Monday, replacing Barley & Brass.

Named for the temperature difference between a raw and well-done hamburger, the dimly-lit and cozy 90-seat eatery offers burgers, as well as salads, sandwiches, a Sonaran hot dog wrapped in bacon and an extensive beer and cocktail menu including eight flavors of "spiked shakes" and sodas.

Happy hour during week also includes half-off of most appetizers; Monday is industry night for restaurant workers, who get an additional discount, according to a sign out front. On weekends, the restaurant plans to serve lunch and brunch.

Located at 2015 W. Division St., just west of the Damen Avenue and Division Street intersection, the Wicker Park spot offers six signature burgers, including two burgers not available in River North: a lamb burger, topped with tzatziki, feta cheese, roasted tomatoes and red onion; and a "Number Six" made with two beef patties, mustard, pickles, caramelized onions, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and Thousand island dressing.

In addition to those burgers, patrons can build their own own meal, starting with a beef, turkey or veggie patty and then selecting from from 11 types of cheese and toppings like smoked bacon and prosciutto, among other options.

25 Degrees, 2015 W. Division St. Hours are 4p.m.-11p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 4p.m.-12a.m. Thursday,  4p.m.-1a.m. ; Friday;  11a.m.-2a.m. Saturday; 11a.m.-10p.m. Sunday.  Ph. 312-763-9600.  Follow 25 Degrees on Twitter for updates, @25DegreesCHI.