Outdoor restaurants are always popular with Chicagoans, but they take on new relevance after previous year's events in the courtyard and eating.
Some of Chicago's greatest restaurants feature patios, open-air gardens, and sunny decks, which welcome those who may not be at home to eat.
You may take a couple pieces of Chicago's greatest pizza, or sip a taco margarita with your daily dosage of the vitamin D and some fresh air.
Whether you are seeking to spend the night with friends in open air, or in a romantic restaurant in which you can comfortably spend the day, we have a variety of alternatives for you.
See the finest outdoor restaurants in Chicago and remember your mask and social label.
1. Chicken and Fish Parsons.
Chicago's first three located at Logan Square, an outpost at Lincoln Park and the newest site in West Town this summer. Chicago has three locations to select from.
To order a negroni, it's virtually a must, and to drink more than one snack you will need.
The hush puppies are your best bet, the barbecued chicken is your best bet (if you can believe it)
From Milwaukee Avenue on the Frontier's vast interior patio, guests lounged amid platters of righteous oysters and the fragrance of crispy chicken sandwiches.
Miller Lite is also not hurt by the summer-ready drinks and ice-class bottles.
4. The Duck inn
We still have something better to uncover than enjoying a delicious duck fat dog in Chicago on a beautiful, secluded courtyard in Bridgeport.
The cuisine in top outdoor restaurants in Chicago comes along a side of fresh air.
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