Fine Local Dining in the Heart of Chicago's Newest Art District
Chicago, known for its broad shoulders and its International appeal, is also an amazing spot for up-and-comers. The city holds an open forum for the new—be it art, performance, or food, the city promotes an energy for experimentation. Pilsen, located on the Southwest side is a formerly Polish, now Latino, neighborhood. Nightwood is tucked at the end of the Pilsen art drag along Halstead Street. The menu rotates frequently to showcases local and seasonal ingredients. Dinner here is fantastic and offers a wide variety of meal options ranging from pork cuts to ratatouille to their signature burger paired with their the well-crafted cocktails and wine selection.
Brunch is done to the tens at Nightwood. Fresh hot donuts (pictured) to start things off, followed up with a unique play on eggs, a steaming carafe of pour over coffee, and of course drinks and light wines to accompany your weekend brunch vices.