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Order delivery from Time Out Market Chicago

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Time Out Market Chicago is brimming with incredible eateries from the likes of Arami, Mini Mott and acclaimed chef Brian Fisher. It's easy to find something here for every craving and occasion—even if it's just a regular old Thursday night. But if you can't make it to the West Loop dining destination to peruse the options in person, there's another way to get your fix. You can now order delivery from the Time Out Market eateries listed below. (Yes, even Dos Urban's famous chocolate cake.) Queue up your order, put on your favorite sweatpants and open a bottle of wine. We'll take care of the rest.

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Duck Inn Dogs
Duck Inn Dogs
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Duck Inn Dogs

Hot Dogs

Signature dish: The Original Chicago

Every restaurant has a dish that takes on a life of its own, and for the Duck Inn in Bridgeport, it's their namesake hot dog. To be fair, calling it a "hot dog" doesn't quite do it justice. The sausage—a decadent blend of all-natural beef and duck fat—is grilled and topped with elevated Chicago-style ingredients: house-made relish, beer mustard, pickled serrano chilies, a fat pickle, garden-fresh tomatoes, raw onions and a dash of celery salt. For his debut spin-off concept at Time Out Market Chicago, chef Kevin Hickey unleashes a full menu of dogs that are topped with everything from blood-orange mustard and foie gras mousse to Tajin lime crema.

sushi, arami, maki, fish, seafood
sushi, arami, maki, fish, seafood
Photograph: DLM Photography

Arami

Sushi & Sashimi

Signature dish: Zuke maguro kani

There are few things on this planet that are more satisfying than pristine raw fish. We’re talking about the kind of stuff that practically melts on your tongue and tastes like fresh, open waters. At Ty Fujimura’s sushi palace in West Town, the menu revolves around that level of quality. The seafood here is wrapped in warm, toothsome rice and crunchy, toasted nori—creating the perfect mélange of texture and temperature. For Time Out Market, Fujimura pored over Arami’s past and present menus to create an all-star lineup of fish-filled rolls to cure all your sushi cravings.

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Fried chicken from Brian Fisher
Fried chicken from Brian Fisher
Photograph: Morgan Olsen

Brian Fisher

Fried chicken

Signature dish: Fried chicken sandwich

Chef Brian Fisher is a mastermind in Chicago's fine dining scene, but here at Time Out Market, he's kicking it old school with a menu that centers around his coveted fried chicken recipe. The star of the show is the stacked fried chicken sandwich, which features a hunk of golden poultry that's equal parts succulent and shatteringly crisp. It gets some assistance from sweet pickles, a nest of cooling coleslaw and a squishy brioche bun, creating the ultimate mashup of flavor and texture.

Dos Urban Cantina
Dos Urban Cantina
Photograph: Jessica Lynn Capron

Dos Urban Cantina

Mexican

Signature dish: Pork carnitas tacos

Brian Enyart and Jennifer Jones Enyart lay claim to the ultimate Chicago love story: They met while working under storied chefs Rick Bayless and Charlie Trotter, respectively. Years later, they opened Dos Urban Cantina in Logan Square, where they use contemporary ingredients and flavors to put their own spin on Mexican staples, like the tamal tots—hunky nuggets of masa served with spicy habanero crema. The only way you can mess up your order here is by skipping Jennifer's famed chocolate cake, which we're convinced is laced with loads of cocoa and pure magic.

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Mini Mott
Mini Mott
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Mini Mott

Burger & Fries

Signature dish: Original Mott Burger

Only in Chicago could a burger be so good that it deserved its own eatery. The story of Mini Mott's signature dish began in 2016, when the patty at parent spot Mott St was recognized as one of the nation's best. At the time, the burger was available only at the restaurant's tiny bar. Mini Mott was born to supply the demand, turning out juicy patties layered with melted American cheese, hoisin aioli, pickled jalapenos, miso butter, pickles, sautéed onions and a cloud of sweet-potato frizzles. We'll give you a second to catch your breath.

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