Fiya is our expression of various Levantine and related cuisines, cuisines that have blended and evolved over centuries, often showing different personalities as one moves from here to there - Yemen, Morocco, Syria, Turkey, Israel, Palestine, Iraq, Georgia, and many others.
What we especially love about the cuisine is that it is healthy while being delicious, veggie and fruit forward with a lesser emphasis upon diary and meat. And Fiya revolves around a wood-burning brick oven, literally and figuratively, turning out fresh pita among other menu items.
Ultimately we aspire to do honor to the heritage of the cuisine, and to welcome all to the restaurant, especially the wonderful diversity that is Andersonville.
Fiya is managed by a team of wife & husband Mindy Friedler and Mark Bires, Chef Marc Lopez, GM & Mixologist Kim Consolazio, and Beer Dude Griffin Baer.
We have ~90 seats in our lovely indoors, and another ~70 seats on our big, lush, warm weather patio. In winter, we add 4 igloos on the patio. In addition to the cuisine mentioned above, we offer a very cool, dynamic bar program with brilliant cocktails revolving around ga'zoz (Israeli street sodas), a big variety of natural wines, and ~30 curated craft beers on tap.
5419 N. Clark Street, Chicago
Email (Not for reservations, or changes.)
Hours First Seating to Last Seating.
Brunch 11am-3pm Fri-Sun (+Mon holidays)
Dinner 5-8:30pm (to 9:30 Fri,Sat)
Happy Hour 4-6pm Weekdays (bar seating only)