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The pan-seared corvina fish ($21) is served with wilted frisée and a burre Creole dressing.
One of Maevery’s appetizers, the marinated olives ($9), are mixed with pickled grapes.
Lake Bluff’s newest restaurant, Maevery Public House, has a full bar stocked with beer, wine and signature cocktails. Photos by Nicki Koetting/22nd Century Media
Liz Bibb, Assistant Editor
1:33 pm CST March 3, 2015

Like 22nd Century Media’s newest publication, The Lake Forest Leader, Maevery Public House is a new face in Lake Bluff. 

The restaurant opened in December 2014 and has been serving what owner Greg Derman calls “elevated American classics” to hungry North Shore residents ever since. 

A team of four editors went to Maevery to try some food and learn a little more about the restaurant from Derman.