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The battered fish and fries ($16) at Tribes Alehouse in Tinley Park are served with hand-cut fries, sweet peas, coleslaw and tartar sauce. Photos by Amanda Stoll/22nd Century Media
The chicken ’n biscuit sandwich at Tribes features a lightly breaded, sriracha-marinated chicken breast with white cheddar, andouille and bacon gravy, served on a biscuit roll.
Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor
9:03 am CDT March 16, 2017

With a regularly changing menu and beer selection, there always is something to keep boredom at bay at Tribes.

It is one of the ways owner Niall Freyne tries to make Tribes stick out from other area restaurants.

“It’s our job to keep reintroducing new things,” said Freyne, who said he thinks the vast majority of people enjoy and even prefer trying new things. “We don’t want to be people to be so bored because it’s the same old menu all the time.”