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Lowcountry celebrates the biggest football game of the year with a buffet brimming with their trademark bayou seafood. Headless shrimp, snowcrab legs, clams, and mussels jostle for space with salt and pepper calamari, cornbread, and cajun fries. Sweet fried beignets bring up the rear for dessert.
In a way, Lowcountry fits right in with its Wrigleyville surroundings. Like many of the bars and restaurants on this stretch of Clark Street, it seamlessly mingles a fine dining experience with a laid-back and casual atmosphere, manifesting here in the menus scribbled onto the chalkboard walls. Those menus, too, reflect their Chicago sports fan roots, with hot sauces that range from the weak Lebron to the too-hot-to-be-listed MJ. Upon closer examination, however, the nautical decor that hangs from the ceiling and the red-and-white picnic tables and brown-bag delivery style suggests that Lowcountry draws most of its inspiration from some distant place.
Indeed, the Gulf Coast is the true driving force behind Lowcountry. Here, bibbed patrons make a mess of their hands and tables while feasting on market-price crab legs, shrimp, and other maritime delicacies. Gulf Coast-style sauces coat every succulent bite, and adjustable spice levels enable patrons to order just the right amount of kick. Handcrafted cocktails, meanwhile, provide a high-end contrast to the messy food, and a rotating selection of craft brews helps Lowcountry further blend in amongst its beer-soaked neighbors.