Described as part art gallery, part cocktail bar and part restaurant, Fulton Market Kitchen will dazzle art lovers and foodies alike. Zagat named the venue, conceptualized by Daniel Alonso and the Bonhomme Hospitality Group, one of the 12 best-looking restaurants in the United States. It marries a variety of art mediums and styles with inventive cocktails and cuisine to create an unforgettable experience. Inspired by the fresh flavors of ingredients sourced locally in the Midwest, the menu from Executive Chef Chris Curren features an interesting yet approachable variety of refined rustic dishes. When they arrive, guests will be escorted upstairs to the private studio space. While guests sip on specialty cocktails and other refreshments from the premium open bar, Franklin Riley, the venue’s art curator, will mix and mingle with them for one hour. He’ll chat about his background in Chicago as an artist, the inspiration behind Fulton Market Kitchen and more. Guests then will sit down to savor a luscious three-course family-style meal while they continue to enjoy the open bar.
311 N. Sangamon St.
Chicago, IL 60607
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