Where to find caviar in Chicago
This Humboldt Park newcomer has an extensive selection of caviar, which is displayed prominently at the long, marble-topped bar on the main floor. If it's your first time, don't be shy—ask your server for a recommendation (the staff is expertly trained on the matter). Groups will want to spring for the platter, which comes with hearty Russian black rye toast, crispy house-made potato chips, pickled vegetables and a slew of additional goodies.
If you want to celebrate a special occasion—or any old Friday night—over caviar, look no further than this stunning Fulton Market restaurant. Forgo the seafood tower in favor of caviar service, an opulent display of fresh fish eggs and every accoutrement you could imagine. Mix and match until you find the right bite (ours was a house-made potato chip topped with crème fraîche, dill and caviar).
This laid-back Jewish deli is stocked with pastrami, latkes, lox and bagels, but if you're feeling adventurous, go with the Instagram-ready caviar plate and toss in a Black & White cookie for good measure. It's a great way to try fish eggs for the first time without breaking the bank.