What is The Kitchen Chicago: The Kitchen Chicago is a community bistro located in the historic Reid Murdoch building in River North. The Kitchen Chicago opened its doors to the community in October of 2014 and is open seven days a week at 11AM until 10PM. 316 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654.
The gorgeous views of the Chicago River from the Restaurant
Why you should visit The Kitchen Chicago: Not only does The Kitchen have delicious amazing food. They also do really great things for the local community with a weekly Community Night Dinner donating 20% of the proceeds of Community Night sales to help support gardens in local schools.
What’s the setting and decor like: The restaurant is GORGEOUS. Between the picturesque Chicago River views to the amazing Interior Design (Kudos to the Interior Designer) it’s so spectacular I could see myself going for lunch, writing at the bar through the afternoon then staying for dinner. It’s truly one of the brightest, coolest, yet warmest restaurants I have been in a while. I love it!
What are the details of Community Night Dinners: Dinner cost $35 per person (non-inclusive of beverages, tax + gratuity). Dinner is served at 7PM with limited space and reservations required. For more information and reservations, please call The Kitchen Chicago at 312.836.1300.
What to Eat at The Kitchen: From what I experienced, everything. Seriously the food was wonderful. I went with a friend Rachel and neither one of us was too hungry so we shared two appetizers, shared the King Crab Legs, and each had a soup. This was the perfect assortment for two and we loved everything!
Our appetizers which included a Spiced Eggplant and Goat Gouda Gougeres. Both were great and a nice pairing together since the Gouda was fairly sweet and the Eggplant had a nice spicey kick to it.
The King Crab Legs Platter which was as delicious as it looks!
DISCLOSURE: Emily, The JetSetting Fashionista and guest enjoyed a complimentary meal during this visit. However, Emily only writes about restaurants and destinations that she personally enjoys and proudly endorses and wants to share with her readers. All opinions expressed are her own.