Bullhead Cantina is a bar that specializes in craft beer, has an amazing list of whiskeys and a very simple but delicious menu that includes tacos like you've never tried before. We have specials every day of the week and them some, here is the list of the recommendations for daily specials - Taco, Beer and Whiskey shot
Choose any 3 from the taco list to be served with 12 handmande tortilla, grilled veggies, lettuce, sour cream and salsa. Serves 2-3 people
Spring mix lettuce, grilled tomatoes, onion and portobello, shredded cheese, tossed in a house vinaigrette
Add chicken $2.50 Steak $3
1/2lb Charred burger with grilled onions and tomato and a chipotle mayo served with home style fries.
Grilled Chicken Sandwich
With avocado,carmalized onions, portabello mushroom and with a chipotle mayo spread.
Chips and Salsa
Smokey salsa and crispy chips the best in town.
Slow roasted ork topped with a citrus bourdon and chipotle BBQ sauce, home style fries
Sour Cream, Pico de Gallo or Cheese
Guacamole or Avocado
Bottled Soft Drinks:
Coke, Sprite and Diet Coke
All of our Veggie options do not contain chix stock, lard or any animal products, guaranteed!!! All Tacos served on Handmade corn tortillas.
Aged in a homemade rub topped with pickled cabbage, grilled tomato, red onion,cheese and sour cream.
Marinated pork served with diced grilled pineapple, pickled cabbage with cucumbers and a savory chile sauce.
Beer Grilled Chicken
Tossed in PBR beer and lime served with lettuce, tomato, sour cream and a chimichuri sauce.
Grits & Kale
creamy stone ground grits with sautéed kale in white wine, garlic and harissa, pineapple bourdon reduction
Slow cooked in banana leaves and fried, served with cilantro, onion, and drunken salsa.
Slow Roasted Brisket
With a dry rub grilled poblano ,pickled cabbage, mntry jack cheese and topped with a roasted chile sauce.
With a tamarind and bourbon glaze, served with a reduced tomato sauce, cucumber, sour cream and lettuce.
Taco de Avocado
Charred tomato, gypsy pepper,lettuce, grilled onion, topped with cheese and a roasted chile sour cream.
Southern Fried Chicken Taco
With lettuce,tomatoes, cabbage and mntry jack cheese topped with a smoked chipotle chile sauce.
Pulled BBQ Pork
With a rich smoky chipotle bbq sauce topped with pickled cabbage, tomato, sliced cucumbers and sour cream.
Marinated Grilled Portabello
With avocado, grilled red onion, roasted corn, rustic tomato sauce and finished with sour cream.
Grilled Sweet Potato
With pickled cabbage, grilled red onion, roasted corn and finished with a creamy lime and avocado mix.
Tossed in a citrus reduction with grilled red onion,tomato, lettuce, cucumber, chile powder and shredded cheese.
Rye Blossom- $8
Breakout Rye, St. Germaine, apple and lime juice
Back in the Saddle- $8
Bulleit Bourbon, Simple Syrup and fresh lime juice
Dirty Old Man- $7
New Holland Hatter Royale “Hopquila”, Malort, grapefruit and lime juice
Bull Whip- $6
Svedka, triple sec, OJ, splash of Sprite
Caribbean Mule- $7
Zaya Rum, ginger beer, lime juice
Blood and Sand $8
Pig’s Nose Whiskey, Black Forrest Cherry Liqueur, Sweet Vermouth, OJ
Classic Manattan $8
Templeton Rye, sweet vermouth, bitters
The Humboldt Hillbilly- $7
Midnight Moon Strawberry or Blueberry Moonshine and ginger beer
Drive By $8
Michter’s Bourbon, Marie Brizard Apricot, Bitters
Smoked Margarita $7
El Jimador Tequila, mezcal, house made sour mix, shaken with a fresh squeeze lime
Pama Luna Margarita- $8
Pama, Lunazul Tequila, house made sour, shaken with a fresh squeeze lime
Cazadores Reposado Tequila, grapefruit juice, squeeze of lime, splash of soda
Texas Tea- $7
Sam Houston Bourbon, iced tea, splash of Bols Peach Schnapps
The word whiskey (or whiskey) is an anglicisation of the Gaelic word uisce|uisge meaning water. Distilled alcohol was known to the medieval Latins as aqua vitae = "lively water"; and as aqua fortis = "strong water". This was translated to Gaelic as Irish: uisce beatha and Scottish Gaelic: uisge beatha = "lively water" or "water of life".
Gran Traverse “OLE GEORGE”
Johnnie Walker Black
Johnnie Walker Red
Highland Park 12Yr
Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel
Old Fitzgerald 1849
Four Roses Single Barrel
ROBUST, MELLOW, MAPLE FINISH
Evan Williams Single Barrel
Elijah Craig 18 Year
Elijah Craig 12 Year
LIGHT OAK FINISH VANILLA FLAVORS
Death’s Door White
The Macallan Sherry Oak 12ys
1792 Ridgemont Reserve
About this Blog // Take a look at our videos on the process of the handmade tortilla which is one of the many details about our food you'll love!
$5 Shot of Evan Williams & tall boy
$3 Shot of Evan Williams
During Riot Fest Bullhead Cantina will feature a limited food menu and some deals are subject to change without notice.
* 3-Day unlimited ride passes can be purchased for $20 at most convenient stores and grocery stores in the city. You can view more information about CTA fares and passes here.
Bus: The #70 Division Bus, #72 North Bus and the #52 Kedzie/California Bus stop right outside of the grounds and you’ll be mere steps away from an entrance.
If you are coming from downtown, you could take the #66 Chicago bus west towards Austin, which you could board at Chicago & Michigan, and exit at Chicago & California. Once you exit the bus, walk north down California, and take a left at Division. The festival entrance will be ahead on your left.
You could also take the #65 Grand bus from downtown west towards Harlem, and exit at Grand & Kedzie. Then, walk north on Kedzie to Division and you’ll be near the Main Entrance.
Train: If you feel like hoofing it, the California, Damen, and Division stops on the Blue Line are about a 20-30 minute walk from the park. You can also hop on the aforementioned #52, #70, or #72 bus from any of those stops for an extra $0.25 transfer.
If you using the Blue Line to get to the fest from downtown (boarding at Clark/Lake, Washington, Monroe, or Jackson), make sure to take the train towards O’Hare. If you are coming from near O’Hare Airport (boarding at O’Hare, Rosemont, or Cumberland) make sure to take the train towards Forest Park. A map of the blue line for reference can be found here.
Bus Stops near venue: Sacramento/Division, Kedzie/Division, Grand/Kedzie
Train Stops near venue: Blue Line – California, Division, or Damen stop
Every time Serious Eats Chicago posts a new best-of list, we get out our bibs and forks because we’re gonna get hungry. They are, as their name implies, serious eaters, especially of all things cheap and/or slightly greasy, and they have rounded up all of their favorite foods from 2012.
The first list to catch our eye? Best Tacos, which includes entries like the pork carnitas at Antique Taco, the Tacos de Champignon at Masa Azul and the (less cheap) coffee braised lamb at Mexique.
They’ve also posted lists of their favorite sweets (rest in peace, Beard Papa’s), favorite noodle dishes andfavorite lunch spots in the loop. Every one of these is worth printing out, taping to your desk and going through each entry with a marker. Get to it, people – 2013 is already 3 days gone!
Bullhead cantina and Oskar blues presents
a night of beer and taco tasting
Come join us January 9 from 6 to 8 PM.
Featuring mama little yella pils, dales pale ale and old chub scotch ale beers
Along with featured tacos
Braised short rib taco,
Tempura beer batter whitefish with Dale’s pale ale taco
Roasted baby medley vegetables taco
RSVP at Paco@bullheadcantina.com
1143 n California in humboldt park. 773 772 8895
Come join us at bullhead cantina for our new years event
No cover $2 tacos , tall boys and shots
6pm till 2am
Party favors, and toast champagne will be provided
Address //1143 N. California Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
Telephone nr. // (773) 772.8895
E-Mail // firstname.lastname@example.org