UPDATE: In cooperation with the Illinoisstate order that currently bans indoor dining—and with the wellbeing of our guests, chefs and employees in mind—all services at Time Out Market Chicago are temporarily paused. That includes outdoor dining, takeout and delivery.
Please follow us@timeoutmarketchicagofor more information and reopening updates. In the meantime, we encourage you to support our chefs' brick-and-mortar restaurants, many of which are still serving takeout and delivery or offering outdoor dining. We look forward to seeing you again soon, Chicago!
There's a lot going on inside Time Out Market Chicago, the 50,000-square-foot food and cultural epicenter located at 916 W Fulton Market in the heart of the West Loop. The building is home to editorially-curated eateries from some of Chicago's top chefs, several world-class bars, a state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen and an impressive all-season rooftop terrace. We'll give you a second to catch your breath.
As we reopen, you'll notice some new safety measures in place to keep you and our staff safe, like cleaning stations at both entrances as well as plexiglass partitions emblazoned with quotes about Chicago from the likes of Anthony Bourdain, Gwendolyn Brooks and Chance the Rapper. Plus, you can use our handy new app to browse and order food digitally—you'll receive a notification when your meal is ready to be picked up. It's easy and contact-free.
Speaking of food, there's plenty to explore, with menu options that run the gamut from stacked burgers and pillowy dumplings to flaky croissants and whimsical ice-cream bars. Take a closer look at all of our chef and beverage options, and visit Time Out Market Chicago in the West Loop.
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.
Backed by a résumé that includes a stint at the three-Michelin-starred Grace, Bobby Schaffer opened Lost Larson in Andersonville to reconnect with his heritage and shine a spotlight on his next-level baking skills through pastries like cardamom-scented chocolate croissants, lingonberry-almond cakes and flaky cinnamon rolls.
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. 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.
Inspired by the memory of standing at the end of her driveway and waiting for the ice cream truck, pastry vet Dana Salls Cree partnered with Michael Ciapciak, owner of Bang Bang Pie & Biscuits, to open the ice-pop shop of her dreams.
Named for Time Out founder Tony Elliott, Tony’s is the crown jewel of Time Out Market Chicago. The cozy all-season rooftop bar is decorated in vintage Time Out London covers, twinkling lights and handsome wood beams that stretch the length of the room.
Chicago, we know you're thirsty, which is why we put a bar on every floor of the Market in addition to our secret speakeasy from Lost Lake's co-owners. The editorially curated beverage program features inspired libations created by leading mixologists throughout the city.
What makes Art Shabez's slices stand out in a bona fide pizza town like Chicago? The gooey mozzarella and fennel-flecked sausage are stellar, but the star of the show is the fan-favorite red sauce, slathered all over every bite.
Founders Kasia Bednarz and Britni DeLeon have cornered the market on feel-good eats that are heavy on flavor and light on guilt. They partner with like-minded farmers to source clean ingredients for their hearty bowls, loaded toasts and nutrient-packed smoothies.
Chef John Manion's cooking is a veritable love letter to his travels through South America, with special attention paid to the cuisines of Argentina and Brazil. The centerpiece of his eatery is a red-hot, wood-burning stove, and anything that touches those flames is sure to be dynamite.
Lost Lake co-owners Shelby Allison and Paul McGee are the mix masters behind Secret Sound, a hidden speakeasy that specializes in tropical, rum-soaked cocktails that will transport you to a faraway island.
Local industry vets Jason Chan (Juno, Butter, Urban Union) and Christine McCabe (Interurban Café, JoJo’s Milk Bar, Charlie Trotter’s) are cranking out a parade of classic, feel-good desserts that are packed with whimsical nostalgia.
Thai and Danielle Dang are the masterminds behind the Vietnamese kitchens HaiSous and Cà Phê Đá in Pilsen, where they present recipes that are deeply rooted in family tradition using fresh herbs, pristine seafood and of-the-moment produce.