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Psst! You can now reserve a table at Time Out Market Chicago.

Yes, even on the patio.

By Time Out Chicago editors

There's a lot of things to worry about these days, but finding a table at Time Out Market Chicago shouldn't be one of them. That's why—for the first time ever—we're rolling out reservations for indoor and outdoor dining. Yes, that includes the massive sidewalk patio out front. And because we've reconfigured every dining space with the latest social distancing guidelines in mind, you never have to worry about brushing shoulders with nearby parties.

To make a reservation, simply tell us your name, digits and email address and decide when you'd like to dine. Time Out Market Chicago is open Wednesday and Thursday from 4 to 9pm, Friday from 4 to 10pm, Saturday from 9am to 10pm and Sunday from 9am to 9pm. We'll even let you select where you'd like to sit—from the first-floor patio to the main dining room to the wraparound second floor. (Our favorite seats in the house are upstairs, where you can get a bird's-eye view of the action.)

We collect a $15 deposit per person, which is returned to you upon arrival in the form of a TOM card, the equivalent of Monopoly bucks at Time Out Market—you can use the card to shop any of our vendors or bars. Parties are capped at six people per table in accordance with city guidelines.

Once you've made your reservation, start browsing what's for dinner: Time Out Market has eight kitchens, including Arami, Dos Urban Cantina, Duck Inn Dogs and Mini Mott. A bar on the first floor serves cocktails, beer and wine, and the third-floor rooftop deals in views and drinks.

Be a good Chicagoan and call dibs on a table at Time Out Market.

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