Fulton Market Kitchen

Restaurants, American West Loop
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Fulton Market Kitchen
Photograph: Marcin Cymmer

The big, colorful Fulton Market hangout is part restaurant, part lounge and part art gallery. Snag a seat on the soft leather couches or at the bar and admire the rotating lineup of artwork from local artists and a street art-inspired mural. But this is a bar and restaurant first and foremost, so make room for a acorn squash ravioli and pork shoulder while sipping well-made drinks.


Venue name: Fulton Market Kitchen
Address: 311 N Sangamon St
Cross street: at Wayman
Transport: El: Green, Pink to Morgan-Lake. Bus: 8.
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Fulton Market Kitchen is such a cool space. Different rooms feature different, colorful decor and has a different vibe, from airplanes to street art to simple, exposed brick. It's just off the beaten path in West Loop, and worth a stop for sure. 


Absolutely love this space! The atmosphere is a large warehouse that is part art gallery, part restaurant and a huge cocktail bar! I would recommend this place for the atmosphere alone, lots of sexy lighting and lounges for groups. I enjoyed the peach grilled cheese with a savory saffron tomato soup - delicious! The cocktails were tasty and complex although I found most of the menu on the pricey side. This place will ring you up a decent bill but it was an enjoyable experience whether you are on a candlelit date night or a big group party!


Fulton Market Kitchen is not just a restaurant, but really an experience. Not only is the food absolutely wonderful, but the staff is perfectly attentive without making you feel like they’re checking in every second. The atmosphere is that of a quirky art gallery, with varying feels to each of their rooms. They pay attention to every detail (our waitress pointed out that the table we were eating on used to be a part of an old bowling ally lane!)


The comic book characters, graffiti and hanging sculptures that adorn the walls of Fulton Market Kitchen make the warehouse space feel too hip for its own good. Thankfully, Chef Chris Curren's menu lives up to the ostentatious surroundings, filled with deliciously rich meats and pastas. Stick to the small plates and try the tender octopus, the subtlety sweet acorn squash and an order of the addictive biscuits, which are topped with a thin layer of melted cheese.