From the train on the brown line between the Diversey and Fullerton El stations I keep on getting distracted by a building with a cow on the roof. OK so its not exactly next to an actual El station stop, but I can see it and the cow means either that it sells meat to eat or meat to cook or that it is a cow museum, but I was kind of hoping that it wasn’t the latter.
Getting off at the Diversey stop and following the tracks one block south I found the cow roof and the Etno Village Grill underneath it
Not that big inside but very friendly and they cook the meat from fresh on the grill. I went for The Sofia Pork Loin w/ swiss cheese, bacon & scallion on a white hearty artisan roll (basically a big floury bap).
You can get custom sandwiches as well and there is a good selection of sauces and fillings to add to each choice.
It was well worth the 15min wait for it to be cooked and even the $9.95.
I will be back to try the burgers and I hope that the cow museum will have been completed by then
Located at 2580 N Lincoln Ave At N Sheffield Ave. Website: http://etnogrill.com/