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3 Brunches to Try in Chicago

3 Brunches to Try in Chicago


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Branch out and try some of these new brunch spots around town

Summer House Santa Monica serves delicious dishes such as candied bacon and orange-chocolate chip pancakes.

Chicagoans are a brunch kind of people. They’ve got a lock on that singular weekend meal, when you can have pancakes with your Reuben, and it’s okay to drink before noon. While everyone has their favorite spots to enjoy their Bloody Marys and eggs benedict, it can be nice to branch out once in a while. Consider these restaurants for your next brunch reservation.

Summer House Santa Monica
This slice of California is a welcome respite from the snowy Chicago winter. Just opened in November, Summer House provides an open and bright dining room that transports you to a sunny beach house. The menu covers a wide range of breakfast and lunch options, with dishes that are flavorful, but balanced. Try the Hot Mess of Fries if you’re craving savory; a sweet tooth will love the orange chocolate chip pancakes. Housemade English muffins are a must.

Bub City
This fun and frisky BBQ joint has just joined the brunch game, and they’re not holding back. Start with a visit to the Bloody Mary bar, where a wide selection of liquors, mixers, and garnishes provide you the opportunity to create a completely customized cocktail. Order the sticky cinnamon buns, but make sure you have someone to share them with; you’ll be tempted to finish them all off on your own. Hashbrowns with savory toppings, breakfast sandwiches, and fried chicken will definitely fill you up.

Azzurra
Forgo the usual American fare and give brunch an Italian twist at Azzurra EnoTavola. One of their many cocktails makes a great start; go for a seasonal Bellini or the El Gallo with sweet white vermouth, orange juice, and a Belgian Tripel. Breakfast items include polenta griddle cakes and “Italian Toast,” a clever turn on a favorite. If you’re leaning more towards lunch, indulge in a spaghetti carbonara with guanciale and pecorino.


The best brunch in Chicago to try right now

Brunch all but disappeared from our weekend itineraries in 2020, when Chicago restaurants shut down and city-dwellers stayed home. But now, it seems, the leisurely tradition is back with plenty of ways to enjoy, including dine-in service as well as takeout and delivery. The best brunch in Chicago offers a stacked menu of morning favorites&mdashfrom breakfast burritos and French toast to eggs benedict and hash browns. If you're looking to drink as much as you eat, you might want to check out our list of the finest bottomless brunches Chicago has to offer. Next time you're searching for things to do in Chicago this weekend, consider eating your way through the best brunch in Chicago.

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Where to Eat Brunch in Chicago Right Now, May 2021

Brunch, not quite breakfast nor lunch, is one of the best parts of the weekend — even during a pandemic. The Eater Chicago Brunch Heatmap is here to help by highlighting the newest options for a delicious midday meal.

The latest additions to the map below include one of the year’s biggest openings, Apolonia, Mexican eatery Taquizo, and freshly relocated deli Steingold’s. They join a growing number of places that are focused on creating exciting brunch menus. So start the day off right with eggs (and much more) at these 16 destinations.

As of April 29, Chicago restaurants are permitted to serve customers indoors with a 50 percent maximum capacity per room, or 100 people — whichever is fewer. Regardless, the state requires reservations for both indoor and outdoor dining. However, this should not be taken as an endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns. For updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the city of Chicago’s COVID-19 dashboard. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.


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The following foods are often served for brunch.

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    A plate of assorted brunch foods

    Some brunch foods – a bagel with cream cheese topped with smoked salmon, and salad


    Chicago food bucket list

    1. T-Bone Steak – Gene & Georgetti’s

    Gene & Georgetti’s has been serving steaks and Italian specialties since 1941 and are a top pick for a feast in Chicago. Their 42.oz Signature Broiled T-Bone for two is an absolute classic: juicy and tender with a choice of drool-inducing sides such as garlic mashed potatoes and creamy spinach.

    Photo: George Collins Photography

    2. The Superdawg – Superdawg

    Superdawg is a drive-in Chicago institution. Not a wiener, not a frankfurter, not a red hot, but their tried-and-test pure beef hot dog that’s super juicy and comes in a poppy seed bun. Go wild with the toppings and don’t forget to add the pickled tomato.

    3. Bing Bread – Parachute

    Potato bread is transformed into the tastiest dish in town at Parachute, fun Korean American restaurant. Their famous Bing Bread has scallions, cheddar and Broadbent’s Kentucky bacon baked into the dough, brushed with sesame oil, fried and finished in the oven.

    4. Fat Rice ‘Arroz Gordo’ – Fat Rice

    Fat Rice is a funky bar and restaurant that celebrates the unique cuisines of Portuguese speaking Luso-Asian provinces, with an emphasis on Macau, China. With lots of tasty bites on the menu, it’s their namesake dish you really need.

    The Arroz Gordo is similar to a paella, with curried chicken thigh, char siu pork, linguiça sausage, chilli prawns and clams.

    5. Rainbow Cone – The Original Rainbow Cone

    You haven’t lived if you’ve not had one of these cones from this iconic ice cream store. The Original Rainbow Cone is made up of five distinct flavors: chocolate, strawberry, Palmer House (New York vanilla with cherries and walnuts), pistachio and orange sherbet.

    6. Sushi Burrito – En Hakkore 2.0

    This hip food joint serves up colorful sushi burritos, sushi tacos, poke bowls, and other tasty dishes. Get the Crunch + Fire sushi burrito: Shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, cream cheese, jalapeno, mashed sweet potato, flakes, cucumber, guacamole, lettuce, avocado, soy glazed sauce, and spicy mayo sauce.

    7. Tasting Menu – Alinea

    If you can work some sort of magic to snag a table at this eternally sold-out 3-star Michelin hotspot, you’ll be in heaven. Alinea has a single, seasonally driven tasting menu of between 18 and 22 courses. Food is presented like works of art, with ingredients used in provocative and imaginative ways.

    8. Italian Beef Sandwich – Portillo’s

    For Chicagoans, there’s only one sandwich to beat all others, and it’s gotta be an Italian beef. Head to Portillo’s for the classic hero, which you can get made exactly to your liking with gravy and four different types of cheese toppings.

    9. The Wolf Burger – Little Bad Wolf

    You simply have to try the Wolf Burger at this trendy restaurant. With three beef patties, creamy melted American cheese, onion straws, house-made pickles, mayo and a fried egg, it’s an absolute beast.

    10. Deep Dish Pizza -Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria

    They’ve been in business since 1971 and are part of the legend of Chicago pizza scene at this stage. The place to come if you want to try a truly authentic deep dish style pizza.

    Any business that has been going this long is going to be good at what they do and you only have to look at the lines in their restaurants to see locals agree. Sublime.

    11. Chicago Mix Popcorn – Garrett Popcorn

    The incredible mix of cheddar cheese and caramel popcorn might no longer be called the ‘Chicago Mix’ (it’s officially the Garrett Popcorn Mix) but that doesn’t stop everyone from saying the original name. The sweet and savoury bites are a must-try.

    12. Jibarito – Papa’s Cache Sabroso

    Papa’s Cache is a chilled out family owned-and-operated restaurant that serves authentic Puerto Rican food. Their most popular – and tastiest – dish is their famed Jibarito. Either chicken or grilled beef is sandwiched between razor-thin fried plantains that are crispy and delicious.

    13. BBQ – Smoque BBQ

    Smoque (smōk) BBQ cooks up ribs, pulled pork and brisket good enough to hold pride of place anywhere in Kansas City, Memphis, North Carolina and Austin. They smoke smoke their meat over oak and sweet applewood and the end result is pure perfection. It’s also BYOB, so bring a cold one or two.

    14. Jackhammer – Andy’s Frozen Custard

    Andy’s Frozen Custard is a must-try Midwest staple, and no visit to Chicago is complete without one. Creamier than regular ice cream, frozen custard contains more butterfat and there’s plenty of flavours to try here. The Jackhammer is the best: choose your flavour and they’ll fill the middle of it with a topping of your choice.

    15. Shrimp de Jonghe – Hugo’s Frog Bar & Fish House

    A top spot in the city for spot for fresh oysters, crudos, frog legs, lobster and fish, but this classic dish is a must. Shrimp De Jonghe is a classic Chicago dish of fresh shrimp underneath garlicky breadcrumbs. It’s been around since 1923 and never fails on flavour.

    16. Caviar – Oriole

    Oriole is a fine dining restaurant in the West Loop neighborhood with two Michelin stars that does a fantastic 14-course tasting menu. Each dish is outstanding but the very first one – the caviar – is a real star. It comes with white asparagus and butterscotch and is the perfect way to to kick start a great meal.

    17. Chicken Wings – Great Sea Chinese Restaurant

    Great Sea Restaurant offers the best spicy chicken wings in the entire Chicago area. These are wings that pack a serious punch and are perfectly prepped so that you can easily get at the proper meaty bits. Better have a cold beer ready for that heat though!

    18. Chorizo Medjool Dates – Avec

    These chorizo-stuffed-bacon-wrapped dates have a cult following and are reason alone to go to this Midwestern/Mediterranean restaurant. The juicy Medjool dates release incredible flavour with the salty bacon and chorizo, and the whole thing comes in a piquillo pepper sauce.

    19. Pizza Puff – Albano’s Pizzeria

    Is it good for you? No. But does it taste good? HELL YES. The legendary Pizza Puff at Albano’s is basically a fried calzone, but you can also get it baked. Choose your fillings and bring an appetite for this delicious beast. The crust is buttery and flakey and the mozzarella and homemade marinara sauce comes oozing out.

    Photo: Carmelo Española

    20. Crab and Waffle Fries – Giant

    Giant are masters of simple, tasty food that’s been given a chef upgrade with pure skill in every dish. The Jonah crab salad is served alongside chunky and crispy waffle fries made of piped mashed potatoes that are fried in butter. So. Goddamn. Tasty.

    21. Tasting Menu – Smyth

    There’s three tasting menus to choose from at this farm-to-table fine dining restaurant. They have an exclusive partnership with a 20-acre farm an hour south of Chicago, which provides most of the produce, herbs and flowers, as well as inspiration for food and drinks.

    Dishes include Caramelized Halibut With Blood Sausage & Toasted Crab or Beef Fat Brioche Doughnuts.

    Sarah Clayton-Lea

    Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.


    41 Easter Brunch Ideas That Are Easy and Elegant

    Sheet pan pancakes, deviled eggs and quiches . need we say more?

    If you're unsure what to serve this year, look no further than these classic Easter brunch ideas. From fluffy classic pancakes and healthy muffins to easy veggie quiche recipes and spring salads, these delicious dishes will satisfy everyone. Plus, many of these recipes are so easy to make that you can prepare them the night before or whip them up in just a few minutes on Easter morning. Want to really make it a party? Don't forget to mix a few fruity brunch cocktails for guests to sip while they eat.

    Welcome spring to your table with this fancy French toast that features almond slices and citrus fruit.

    The secret to these cheesy pockets? Refrigerated pie crust that you can buy at the grocery store.

    Add a fluffy stack of homemade pancakes to the center of your Easter spread. They will be devoured, we promise.

    Nothing says brunch like chilaquiles. Plus, this egg, cheese, nacho, and avocado recipe is way easier to make than it lets on.

    Our favorite brunch recipes are the ones you can prepare the night before &mdash like this delicious, syrupy bake. Now, all you have to do on Easter morning is mix the mimosas.

    This southern-style spread gives deviled eggs a major upgrade.

    Dessert for breakfast? You can do it on Easter with this cheesecake-inspired brunch recipe.

    Made with old-fashioned oats and whole wheat flour, these yummy muffins are actually pretty healthy (just don't tell the kids).


    Q-Branch - Appetizers

    Every agent should begin their mission with a visit to Q

    Fried C4 Cheese Curds

    Mini plastic explosives cleverly disguised as Wisconsin white cheddar cheese curds. Award-winning, Hand-breaded and Dipped to Order, they have anything but an inert flavor. Served with our top secret dipping sauces

    R-Q1 Rings

    These towering beer battered onion rings will target anyone's appetite. Served with Sriracha ketchup and our Signature Sauce

    Deep Cover Pickles

    Explosive mini green dill pickle chips lightly breaded and served with a chipotle ranch dipping sauce

    Stasi Twists

    The Germans have nothing on these delicious twists. Freshly baked soft pretzels served with coarse salt, Whole Grain Mustard, and House-made Cheese Sauce for Dipping

    Spinach & Artichoke Diplomacy

    This house made dip is served with homemade tortilla chips. Simply delectable!

    Nachos Camp Stanley

    Vegetarian – Code Nomeat. Fresh tortilla chips loaded with a trio of cheeses, then topped with pico de gallo, avocado crema, cilantro and pickled jalapenos.

    Bird Watchers

    England has nothing on these all-American wings. Choose between classic buffalo style served with blue cheese, BBQ served with ranch, or Korean glaze topped with sesame seeds and cilantro and served with sweet Thai chili sauce

    Clandestine Chili

    It involves seasoned ground beef, three beans, and chives. The rest of the recipe is stashed in a high-security, offshore vault.

    Operation Market Garden

    A recipe smuggled among British operatives in the attempted siege of German bridges in WWII. AKA: All hail Caesar

    The Farm - Salads

    Any of our salads can be prepared vegetarian – Code Nomeat. Fresh greens with tasty and delicious toppings

    Wai Lin's Ahi Salad

    Seared pepper crusted ahi tuna with romaine, napa cabbage, toasted ramen noodles, sunflower seeds, snap peas, green onions, and toasted almonds, all tossed in a house made Asian dressing.

    Covert Chopped Salad

    This freshly made salad is comprised of chopped romaine, garbanzo beans, tomatoes, maple pepper smoked bacon, and blue cheese crumbles. Served with a house made white balsamic dressing. Your choice of Blackened Chicken or Korean BBQ Salmon

    The Colombian

    Shredded lettuce, black bean & corn salsa, cheddar jack blend, pico de gallo and avocado crema, topped with seasoned tortilla strips and tossed in chipotle ranch dressing. Your choice of chicken or black beans.

    Bourne Identity Salad

    This throw back is a great fall salad made with spinach, goat cheese, sweet potato, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, granny smith apple, hard boiled egg & tossed with warm bacon vinaigrette

    Seals & Flaps - Sandwiches

    Freshly prepared in our scratch kitchen.

    SR-71 Black Bird

    This stealth homemade marinated buttermilk fried chicken sandwich is served with chipotle mayo, lettuce, and tomato all on a freshly baked brioche bun

    Cuban Missile Crisis

    This confrontation in the Caribbean includes house-smoked pork, shaved honey ham, honey mustard aioli and pickles, served on a ciabatta roll.

    Mr. Stamper BLT

    Villainy is better with bacon. This henchman's favorite comes with house roasted turkey on toasted whole-grain bread with pepper-smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato and honey mustard aioli.

    Goldfinger Grilled Cheese

    A golden mixture of America, parmesan, and pepper jack cheeses as well as our house-made fried cheese curds. Served on a thick cut toast which is Fried to a Golden Brown and served with a side of marinara

    Bay of Pigs

    Mounds of house roasted pull pork smothered in BBQ sauce and served with pickles on a buttery brioche bun. JFK would have been proud.

    Prime Rib Timed Drop

    Tender, shaved prime rib, slow-roasted in house and warmed on our succulent jus. Strategically placed on a ciabatta bun and served with horseradish and jus on the side for further brush passing.

    Black Ops - Burgers

    Beef, chicken or vegan black bean patty options available.

    Double Spy Burger w/ Cheese*

    A classic option for the classy operative. Hand-pattied, smashed on a flat top, seasoned to perfection and served on a freshly baked brioche bun.

    Double Agent*

    This conduit of disinformation comes with two all-beef patties, American cheese, saut red onions, and our top secret burger sauce, all served on marble rye

    Add Ons:

    MOAB* Chicago's #1 Burger

    This is truly the Mother Of All Burgers. Our USDA Handpattied beef topped with American cheese, bacon, and an over easy egg, topped with our secret sauce on a brioche bun. Definitely sure to cause a massive ordinance air blast

    Mission Impossible*

    Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is two mouthwatering premium USDA Angus patties with smoked bacon, cheddar, and pepper jack cheeses, onion rings, and chipotle ranch. Complete with a "self-destruct" jalapeño relish. We will never confirm or deny an agent accepting this mission

    Smersh Burger

    Vegan black bean patty with red peppers, sauteed mushrooms, lettuce, tomato and a creamy herb dressing on the side. Brought to you from Russia with love.

    The Provocateur*

    Hand-pattied USDA Angus beef topped with a spreadable brie and bacon jam. Sure to incite you and your fellow agents.

    The Day Smart Turned Chicken

    KAOS has nothing on this classic: fresh chicken, cheese and lettuce on a freshly baked brioche bun.

    Texas Turmoil

    Houston, we have a patty. 100% beef topped with bacon, cheddar and BBQ sauce.

    United Nations Burger

    This operative features your choice of protein and is topped with Wisconsin Swiss cheese, sauteed onions and mushrooms.

    Counter Intelligence - Entrພs

    Expertly crafted in our scratch kitchen. These entrees are in the business of thwarting the efforts of foreign intelligence agencies

    Licensed to Kill Mac + Cheese

    Vegetarian Style — Code Nomeat. A traditional dish gone rogue. Macaroni pasta tossed in creamy cheese sauce with chicken, pepper bacon, broccoli, chipotle peppers and loaded with garlic bread crumbs.

    Blowback BBQ Ribs

    There are no unintended consequences with this full rack of slow-cooked pork ribs served with fries. A fork & knife are provided but we would never shame an agent for using their hands.

    Furtive Fish Fry

    Hand-breaded cod accompanied by TOP GUN tartar sauce. Word on the street is that this Friday tradition is available every day of the week.

    The Station Chief's Salmon

    Our ocean intel led to the creation of Atlantic salmon with Pacific flavors. Farm-raised, pan seared salmon with Korean BBQ glaze and served over mashed Yukon Gold potatoes.

    Mata Hari's Meatloaf

    House made meatloaf smothered in a portobello mushroom gravy, topped with onion straws and served over mashed potatoes. A favorite recipe of the famous Dutch spy and one we have sworn to keep secret. Also a featured item on the Travel Channel!

    Comms - Sides

    Expertly crafted in our scratch kitchen. Little notes or short messages passed between assets, typically on cigarette papers or gum wrappers


    9 Healthy Brunch Dessert Recipes Perfect for Entertaining

    Dessert after brunch is a tough call yes you’d like something to satisfy your sweet tooth in the middle of the afternoon, but you’ve already had a full meal (and maybe a cocktail or two). But a light, healthy dessert strikes exactly the right note. Try out these 9 healthy dessert recipes that are just sweet enough and are perfect for entertaining.

    1. Tropical Fruit Salad with Cacao Nibs

    With amazing tropical flavors and a crunch textures (thanks to the cacoa nibs and hazelnuts), this fruit salad is a delicious nod to summer. The freshly squeezed lime juice will keep the kiwis from browning and adds a pleasant tang. Get our Tropical Fruit Salad with Cacao Nibs recipe.

    2. Lemon Meringue Pie in a Jar

    This recipe somehow manages to be both delicious and gluten- and dairy-free! The individual jars are perfect for serving to a crowd and can be made in advance. With chia seeds, coconut oil, and a number of other healthy additions, this is so good for you that there’s no need to feel guilty about eating a second dessert. Get the recipe.

    3. Triple Melon Fruit Salad

    If you like melon, you’ve met your match. This salad combines watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon with fresh mint, lime, and a bit of sugar for a memorable and unusual combination. Get our Triple Melon Fruit Salad recipe.

    4. Raw Almond Butter Cups

    These are the healthy food lover’s alternatives to Reese’s peanut butter cups. Made in a muffin tin, these treats contain raw almond butter, oats, almond meal, and a number of flavorings, as well as a coconut oil, maple syrup, and cocoa powder topping. Get the recipe.

    5. Apple Crumble with Oat and Nut Topping

    One of the most delicious desserts, apple crumble is a healthy way to incorporate a large amount of fruit into the dessert course. The oat and nut topping contains chia seeds, ground flax seeds, and spices for a tasty and beneficial combination. Get the recipe.

    6. Greek Yogurt Cake

    This cake manages to taste decadent without being boring–an impressive feat for a cake made with a full cup of Greek yogurt and whole wheat flour. This pairs perfectly with fresh berries and is a delightful end to brunch–make it ahead of time and keep a loaf in the freezer for last-minute entertaining. Get the recipe.

    7. Banana Pudding

    Coconut butter and tofu manage to sneak their way into this delectable dessert. Made with cream or butter, it’s hard to believe how smooth and creamy this banana pudding. Get the recipe.

    8. Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding

    You can make this pudding with either almond milk (or traditional milk) but the higher the fat content the creamier the pudding will be. Add in vanilla extrat for flavor and make it the night before to have an easy breakfast addition that requires no preparation. Get the recipe.

    9. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

    A full cup of creamy, natural peanut butter are what pushes these oatmeal cookies to center stage. You can add in peanuts, dark chocolate, honey, or any number of ingredients to change up their consistency, but be sure to watch the clock and that they’ll take the same amount of time in the oven. Get the recipe.

    For more tips, tricks, and healthy recipes, check out our healthy living page.


    Opt for a perfectly prepared cut of meat at Chicago’s first steakhouse Gene & Georgetti, founded in 1941. (Craving more carnivore options? Try any of the delectable cuts of USDA Gibsons Prime Angus Beef at Gibsons Steakhouse, or order the Filet Marsala at The Rosebud, a favorite for over forty years.)

    Order the famous Italian beef sandwich at Al’s Italian Beef — a sandwich stalwart since 1938 — and make sure to get it the Chicago way: loaded with hot and sweet peppers and dipped in “gravy” (beef juice) for an unbelievably juicy, flavorful meal.


    Where to Order Cocktails To-Go

    You can now enjoy many of your favorite Lettuce Entertain You signature cocktails to go! Here is our guide to where you can find to-go cocktails near you.

    To-Go Cocktails

    From Negroni’s to Sangria, some of your favorite cocktails from select restaurants are now available to pick-up! Here are the carryout cocktails available near you.

    AUSTIN, TX

    Cocktails to-go from Aba – Austin include the Mediterranean Mule with herb-infused Basic Vodka, pistachio, Galliano, ginger and lime, the Aloe? It’s Me with Banhez Mezcal, aloe, green juice, lime and jalapeno, and the Nammos Beach Slushy with moschofilero, melon, passionfruit, pineapple, lime and tajin . Each bottled cocktail serves two. Orders can be placed by calling 737-273-0199 or add on to your delivery or carryout order. Order Cocktails To-Go from Aba – Austin

    CHICAGO: Fulton Market


    Take the cocktails home with you from Aba (302 N. Green St.) including the Mediterranean Mule with herb infused basic vodka, ginger, galliano, lime and almond, Invader Pimm with pimm’s no.1, aperol, stray dog greek gin, lemon and grapefruit soda, Aloe? It’s Me with banhez mezcal, aloe, green juice, lime and jalapeno and Cactus King with nosotros reposado, brovo pink, prickly pear, honey and topo chico. Each bottled cocktail serves one. Orders can be placed by calling 773-645-1400 or stopping by. Make a reservation for Aba’s patio online Order carryout or delivery from Aba


    Beatrix – Fulton Market (834 W. Fulton Market) is shaking things up and offering new signature cocktails to-go, including the Blueberry Gin Collins, Pineapple Habanero Margarita, and Pour Decisions. Each bottle makes two cocktails. Orders can be placed online. Order from Beatrix – Fulton Market


    While getting your ramen fix, get your cocktail fix too. At Ramen-San Whisky Bar in Fulton Market (219 N. Green St.) order up the Okinawa Ol’ Fashioned, the Penicillin #2 with Toki, Laphroaig 10 yr, ginger and honey, the Yuzu Margarita with Casamigos Blanco, Espolon Reposado, and yuzu agave sour, and the Japanese Yuzu Highball. To order, stop by or order ahead from Ramen-San Whisky Bar online . Patio seating is available as first come, first served. Order Ramen-San – Fulton Market online for carryout or delivery.

    CHICAGO: Lincoln Park


    At Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba! (2024 N Halsted St.), get freshly made Spanish cocktails for your next carryout or delivery order including Mezcal Mule, The Gin & Tonic, and more for just $24 per bottle (tax, gratuity & delivery fees not included). Each bottle serves two drinks and makes the perfect sidekick for a spring day in the great outdoors! Plus, don’t forget about our famous sangria pitchers, including the Classic Red Sangria and Classic White Sangria available for carryout and delivery. Call 773-935-5000 or order cocktails from Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba! online.


    Get your favorite French cocktails to-go from Mon Ami Gabi – Chicago (2300 N. Lincoln Park West). Mon Ami Gabi is offering a French Martini ($30, serves 3), The Belden ($28, serves 2), an Aviation ($30, serves 2), and The Old Fashioned ($30, serves 2). Call 773-348-8886 to place your pick-up order or order Mon Ami Gabi for delivery online. Make a reservation online for Mon Ami Gabi’s dining room.


    You can now grab the signature cocktails from Quality Crab & Oyster Bah (1962 N. Halsted Street) to go including the Cape Cod made with Basic Vodka, cucumber & rosemary syrup, housemade cranberry and fresh lemon and the Starb’rd tequila blanco, pamplemousse rosé, grapefruit, ginger and angostura. Each cocktail is available in 8 oz. or 16 oz. and can be ordered online. Order Quality Crab & Oyster Bah’s cocktails to go.


    Summer House & Stella Barra – Chicago offers five rotating cocktail selections including Cuz Baby You’re a Firework with mezcal, almond orgeat, blood orange and sour. Cocktails come in 8 oz. or 24 oz. bottles, and available for carryout and delivery. To view the full list of Summer House cocktails to-go, click here. Call 773-634-4100 or order Summer House’s cocktails to-go online.

    CHICAGO: River North

    Beatrix – River North (519 N. Clark St.) is shaking things up and offering new signature cocktails to-go, including the Blueberry Gin Collins, Pineapple Habanero Margarita, and Pour Decisions. Each bottle makes two cocktails. Orders can be placed online. Order from Beatrix – River North


    Ben Pao is bottling up their signature Mai Tai for you to bring home with your next carryout or delivery order. You can also add cocktails from Hub 51 to your order. All drinks are $12 and available every Wednesday – Sunday for carryout and delivery. Order Ben Bao’s cocktails to go online.


    Ema (74 W. Illinois St.) is offering cocktails to-go including Slow Cheetah with banhez mezcal, fresno chile, pineapple, lime and coriander, Do Not Disturb with basic vodka, st. germain, min, cucumber and lemon, Hawaiian G&T with ford’s gin, giffard blue curacao, coconut, pineapple and tonic. Each bottled cocktail serves one. Orders can be placed by calling 312-527-5586 or by stopping by the restaurant. Make a reservation at Ema. Order Ema for carryout or delivery online.


    Grab Bub City’s (435 N. Clark St.) bottled cocktails to-go including the Bub City Old Fashioned made with bourbon, Demerara Sugar and Angostura Bitters, the Back Porch Tea with Sweet Tea Vodka, bourbon, lemonade and black tea, and the Classic Margarita with blanco tequila, lime and agave. Stop by Bub City to pick one up or order Bub City’s bottled cocktails online. Bub City’s patio is open, make a reservation. Order Bub City for carryout or delivery.


    At Hub 51 (51 W. Hubbard St), bring home signature cocktails for you to bring home with your next carryout or delivery order. Choose from drinks like their iconic Hub Punch, Margarita, Old Fashioned, Mimosa and Bellini for those brunch orders, plus more. All drinks are $12 and available every Wednesday-Sunday for carryout and delivery. Order Hub 51’s cocktails to go online.


    For the Negroni lover, il Porcellino (59 W. Hubbard St.) is doing what they do best: Negronis! Try a variety of negronis, including the Classic Negroni with Beefeater Gin, Campari, Caparno Antica Sweet Vermouth, the Mr. White Negroni with Beefeater Gin, Kina and Suze. Order the Negroni’s to-go via Tock or by calling 312-595-0800. Make a reservation at il Porcellino. Order cocktails to go from il Porcellino .

    Gin and Juice is a carryout and delivery-only concept that gives you the chance to bring the best version of your favorite classic cocktails home. Gin and Juice offers individually bottled cocktails and group cocktail kits like the Espresso Martini, Mai Tai, Paloma and Sesame Old Fashioned. Cocktail kits include everything you need from spirits to mixers like fresh squeezed juices, hand-crafted cordials, syrups, and garnishes, to a selection of bar tools and specialty cocktail ice. Order Gin and Juice online


    Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab (60 E. Grand Ave.) launched classic cocktails to go. Choose from the Royal Palm made with Bluecoat American Dry Gin, Carpano Antica Formula Sweet Vermouth and Cardamaro, The Tides with High West Double Rye, Domaine de Canton, grapefruit and orange bitters, the Breakwater with Stoli Vodka, lavender simple syrup, lime and blueberry soda water and The Clevelander Bluecoat American Dry Gin, Aperol, lemon, and orange bitters. Each cocktail serves two and are available for carryout and delivery! Order Joe’s Seafood cocktails to go online.


    Go ahead and take your pick to a variety of Lil’ Ba-Ba-Reeba! (441 N Clark St.) Sangria To-Go. The traditional drink of Spain made with wine, liqueurs, and diced fresh fruit is available for carryout and delivery including two fan favorites, White Peach and Rosé Sangria. Call 312-985-6909 or order Lil’ Ba-Ba-Reeba’s Sangria To-Go online for pick up or delivery.


    Osteria Via Stato (620 N. State St.) is featuring an Italian-inspired cocktail to go, the Stella Bianco with Grey Goose La Poire, St. Germain Elderflower, white grape juice and fresh lemon sour. Pick-up single servings or a bottle that includes three cocktails. Bottles of housemade Limoncello are also available to go and are perfect for an after dinner drink or mixed with prosecco for a refreshing summer cocktail. Call 312-642-8450 to place your order or add the cocktails to your Osteria carryout order online. Make a reservation at Osteria Via Stato’s patio.

    Pizzeria Portofino (317 N. Clark St.) is giving you the chance to add a selection of their signature cocktails to-go to your next carryout or delivery order. Choose from Portofino Spritz, Venetian Spritz, Amalfi Spritz, Tequila(N) Me Softly, or River North with a View. Order Pizzeria Portofino’s cocktails to-go online.

    At Ramen-San River North (59 W. Hubbard St.), order up the Okinawa Ol’ Fashioned with Rittenhouse Rye, Okinawa sugar and Angostura bitters, or a Japanese Yuzu Highball with Toki and soda to-go. To order, stop by the restaurant . Make a reservation at the Ramen-San River North patio. Order Ramen-San – River North for carryout or delivery.


    RPM Italian (52 W. Illinois St.), RPM Steak (66 W. Kinzie St.) and RPM Seafood (317 N. Clark St.) are serving classic bottled cocktails to-go including an Old Fashioned, Paloma and RPM Negroni. Order RPM Italian – Chicago’s cocktails to go online. Order RPM Steak’s cocktails to go online. Order RPM Seafood’s cocktails to go online.


    Get your tiki fix to-go! Three Dots and a Dash (435 N. Clark St.) is offering signature cocktails including the Tropical Itch with American whiskey, aged barbados rum, Guyana 151 Rum, falernum, lemon and passionfruit , the Mai Tai with Aged Jamaican Rum, Martinique Rhum Agricole, Almond Orgeat, lime and Curacao and the Hurricane with Aged Barbados and Guyana Rum, passion fruit, pomegranate and lime. Stop by Three Dots and a Dash to get your cocktails to-go or order the Three Dots to-go cocktails online. Make a reservation on the Three Dots and a Dash patio.

    CHICAGO: Streeterville

    Beatrix – Streeterville (671 N. St. Clair) is shaking things up and offering new signature cocktails to-go, including the Blueberry Gin Collins, Pineapple Habanero Margarita, and Pour Decisions. Each bottle makes two cocktails. Orders can be placed online. Order from Beatrix – Streeterville

    LINCOLNWOOD:


    L.Woods (7110 N. Lincoln Ave) is offering classic cocktails to-go including a Classic Old Fashioned, L. Woods Manhattan and Classic Red Sangria. Each cocktail serves two and are available for pick-up daily. Order L. Woods cocktails to-go online.

    OAK BROOK:


    Mon Ami Gabi – Oak Brook (260 Oakbrook Center) is now offering several French-inspired cocktails to go including a French Martini, Metropolitan and French 75, all that serve two people. Order these cocktails to-go from Mon Ami Gabi – Oak Brook.

    Beatrix – Oak Brook (272 Oakbrook Center) is shaking things up and offering new signature cocktails to-go, including the Blueberry Gin Collins, Pineapple Habanero Margarita, and Pour Decisions. Each bottle makes two cocktails. Orders can be placed online. Order from Beatrix – Oak Brook

    WASHINGTON D.C.


    Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab – D.C. (750 15th St. NW) is bringing cocktail hour to you, with individual classic cocktails to-go including the Moscow Mule, Margarita, Old Fashioned, and Gin & Tonic. Add onto your carryout order! Order Joe’s Seafood cocktails for carryout online.


    RPM Italian – D.C. (650 K St. NW) is offering signature cocktails for delivery and carryout, including the RPM Manhattan, RPM Negroni, RPM Old Fashioned and RPM Margarita. individually ($16 each for a 4 oz. serving, plus tax. Order RPM Italian D.C. on ChowNow Prefer to eat in the dining room? Make a reservation online for RPM Italian’s dining room.


    Wildfire – Tysons (2001 International Dr.) now offers specialty cocktails for carryout! From the popular Stormy Night martini to a Premium Margarita, your favorite Wildfire cocktails are now available to be enjoyed at home in containers that serve 1 or 3. Call 703-442-9110 to place your order or order Wildfire-Tysons online.

    LOS ANGELES, CA

    Stella Barra Pizzeria & Wine Bar – Santa Monica (2000 Main St., Santa Monica) offers specialty cocktails to-go including Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset with bubbles, Aperol, elderflower and citrus smash, Gold Digger with Bourbon, peach and house lemonade, House-made Margarita and more. Each cocktail is one serving must be 21 and must order food with alcohol. Call 310-396-9250 for pick-up orders or add on to your Stella Barra delivery order online. Stella Barra’s patio is also open at limited capacity, make your reservation.

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    CHICAGO: Fulton Market

    If you find yourself in the Fulton Market neighborhood, and need to satisfy your caffeine fix, head to Beatrix (834 W. Fulton Market) to experience the signature coffee and pastry counter to-go. Order your favorite coffees like the Honey Cinnamon Lattes or Iced Matcha, plus a housemade pastry or cookie. Beatrix – Fulton Market also offers limited patio dining which is first come, first served. Order Beatrix – Fulton Market online for carryout or delivery.

    Next, head over to Ramen-San Whisky Bar just a few steps away (219 N. Green St.). Walk up and grab cocktails to go like the Old Fashioned or select sake or some soft serve. Patio seating is also available as first come, first served or walk up and order your favorite ramen for carryout. Order Ramen-San – Fulton Market online for carryout or delivery.


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