Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop


825 Church St
Evanston, IL 60201

Phone: 847-733-9030

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Mon-Thu 8am-10pm; Fri 8am-11pm; Sat 9am-11pm; Sun 9am-10pm

Cuisine:
American, Cajun, Creole, Soul Food, Southern

Dining Options:
Disabled Accessible, Family Friendly, Non-Smoking, Take Out

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10BEST Says

Best Value: The warm pancakes they give you when you first sit down, will make your mouth water for the rest of the meal. Located in the suburb of Evanston, immediately north of Chicago, this restaurant offers casual-style Deep South fare in an authentic, down-home setting that includes old license plates, rusty aluminum signs, and even an old timey gas pump. The Southern menu includes such comfort food as fried green tomatoes, johnny cakes with honey butter, blackened catfish fillet, jambalaya, and, of course, well-stocked Louisana gumbo. Full bar.

Take Out: Located north of Chicago, this restaurant offers casual-style Deep South fare in an authentic, down-home setting that includes old license plates, rusty aluminum signs, and even an old timey gas pump. The Southern menu includes such comfort food as fried green tomatoes, johnny cakes with honey butter, blackened catfish fillet, jambalaya, and, of course, well-stocked Louisana gumbo. Full bar.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Best Value: "Try the jambalaya -- it's packed full of shrimp, andouillie sausage and rice, with just the right amount of kick."

Recommended as Best Value Because: With quality southern food and a cute interior, it's a great place to meet friends when you don't want to spend a lot.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Best Value: The warm pancakes they give you when you first sit down, will make your mouth water for the rest of the meal. Located in the suburb of Evanston, immediately north of Chicago, this restaurant offers casual-style Deep South fare in an authentic, down-home setting that includes old license plates, rusty aluminum signs, and even an old timey gas pump. The Southern menu includes such comfort food as fried green tomatoes, johnny cakes with honey butter, blackened catfish fillet, jambalaya, and, of course, well-stocked Louisana gumbo. Full bar.

Take Out: Located north of Chicago, this restaurant offers casual-style Deep South fare in an authentic, down-home setting that includes old license plates, rusty aluminum signs, and even an old timey gas pump. The Southern menu includes such comfort food as fried green tomatoes, johnny cakes with honey butter, blackened catfish fillet, jambalaya, and, of course, well-stocked Louisana gumbo. Full bar.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Best Value: "Try the jambalaya -- it's packed full of shrimp, andouillie sausage and rice, with just the right amount of kick."

Recommended as Best Value Because: With quality southern food and a cute interior, it's a great place to meet friends when you don't want to spend a lot.

Dinner Menu

Starters
Southern Salads
Entrees - Meat N' Three
Sandwiches
Southern Specialties
Dessert

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