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Chicago Spring Hot Spots

There is nothing like the weather breaking into sunshine to bring out the best of Chicago dining.  Check out these demonstrated hot spots, as well as the newest ventures in drinks and cuisine:

Brunch

Cicchetti at 671 N. St. Clair launched last weekend in Streeterville and has already earned a spot in Chicago Magazine’s 2014 Best New Restaurants list.  Its brunch leans heavily on hearty Venetian dishes such as the Fried Chicken Mercado with polenta and salsa verde ($14) and bakery items like Ciabatta French Toast with Caramel Apple Compote ($12).  Polish off the meal with a House Bloody Mary with Chef’s choice of adornment or a rum-based Green Dragon Punch, which pairs green tea and fresh-squeezed lemonade ($10).  Brunch is offered weekends 9:30am – 3pm with valet parking available across Erie Street at the Hyatt Magnificent Mile for $14 with validation.  Outdoor patio opens mid-May

In the heart of the meat packing district sits The Publican at 837 W. Fulton Market.  Its Saturday and Sunday brunches served 10am – 2pm rely on substantial offerings of, not a big surprise, meat.  From the Breakfast Bollito Misto, which partners corned beef heart with maple sausage and pork belly and poached egg ($17) to the Publican Pho , which boasts pork belly, sausage, tripe, sliced beef, thai basil, noodles and slow-cooked eggs ($16), you’re sure not to go hungry. Interested in a drink with your meal?  Don’t miss the Brunch Box Montenegro amaro, beer and grapefruit juice ($5).  Reservations are suggested and ample free street parking exists one street south on Lake Street.

The Dawson - Chicago Lake Condos - Jean Ward

The Dawson – Chicago Lake Condos – Jean Ward

Outdoor Seating

The sidewalk patio on the quiet stretch of road at 419 W. Superior opens in May at Kinmont.  This River North seafood dinner concept is Chicago’s first entirely sustainable fish and seafood restaurant.  Touted for its excellent dinner rolls, Kinmont offers traditional seafood options, while also highlighting rough fish, non-traditional fish options that are just as delicious and versatile, such as “Catch of the Day” Rushing Waters Trout ($20) and Grilled Sturgeon ($25).  If you’re not sure which liquid refreshment best compliments your meal, you can’t go wrong with J.K.’s Scrumpy Hard Cider ($8) or a 1930’s classic Alaska, featuring Beefeater Gin, Yellow Chartreuse, and Orange Bitters. 

If you missed the big opening of The Dawson’s 150-seat patio late last season, don’t fret as it’s back with a flourish!  This West Town restaurant, bar and gathering place located at the six corners of Halsted, Grand and Milwaukee at 730 W. Grand offers craft beer, wine, unique cocktails, and food so good it can be called Supper.  Savor a Campfire Chicken with coal-fired carrots, rosemary potatoes , and parmesan butter ($26) while slurping on a boozy freeze pop in front of the stone fireplace.  The kitchen stays open until 11pm weeknights and until midnight on the weekends and the bar serves up drinks until midnight on weeknights and 2am on weekends.

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