Revival Food Hall
Time Out says
Revival Food Hall brings 15 food vendors and a book/record shop to the Loop packed with hip restaurants like Furious Spoon, Graze Kitchenette, Black Dog Gelato and the Fat Shallot. Stop by for a meal or a drink—there's something for everyone with plenty of seating to make your next lunch stop a relaxed one.
125 S Clark St
|Transport:||El: Red and Blue line to Monroe. Bus: 22, 24.|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 7am–9pm|
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I basically come here to get poke at the Aloha Poke Co and feel extra festive. The design, the lights, the people - the ambiance is awesome, but its legit nowhere near my work - I just use is at as an excuse to walk and enjoy some yummy yummy poke. WORTH IT! One day I'll check out the other vendors too :)
I work right by Revival and love it! I love that there is an Aloha Poke and Brown Bag Seafood here. Definitely my favorite food court to go to. It has such a nice ambiance. It is usually pretty packed but the lines move quickly. Black Dog Gelato is to die for, also!
When I first stepped into the aptly Revival, I wondered why all food halls aren't like this. The ambiance and selection of food choices are incredible. I will surely be back here -- especially for Mindy's Hot Chocolate!
What an awesome collection of some of the biggest food trends in Chicago! Revival has a fantastic selection of sea food, bakery goodies from the renown Mindy's Hot Chocolate, fried chicken from Budlong, tacos, ramen, and BBQ to name a few. I have been here twice now and have not been disappointed. The decor is adorable, the staff is friendly, and everything is very clean. Keep in mind this is a food court in the middle of downtown Chicago so by 11:30 the place is packed, if you're looking for smaller crowds plan your visit for before 11:30 or after 1PM.
I love this place. It is right around the corner from my work. I have eaten at the Brownbag Seafood company, Antique Taco, the Coffee option, the Budlong, Furious Spoon and the Poke. All the food has been great and a good option for great food but informal meeting up and people can get what they want. There might be an issue with wait times during the lunch rush, but to avoid that I would recommend going either between 11-12 or after 1pm. I have not yet had their alcoholic options or brunch offerings, but I am sure they are fantastic. I highly recommend for any person wandering around in the loop for food.
The Budlong & Antique Taco are my two favorite options here. The Budlong spicy fried chicken sandwich is insanely delicious, but pricey. I like that this food hall has bar service in front & a selection of books from local Chicago publishers to peruse while you drink.
I love Revival food hall. Great options and a nice environment. I've been lucky grabbing a seat everytime I'm there with coworkers but it is a bit crowded since it's been open. Aloha Poke is my favorite spot but I have yet to try them all!