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Fulton Market Kitchen turns food into an artistic experiences from the way they prepare their plates of food to the ambiance of the environment. Upon entering, you will realize that this restaurant is more than just a place to eat in the West Loop.
We have Alex Morales and Daniel Alonso to thank for this exciting restaurant and Chef Chris Curren joined the team to create those picture-perfect dishes. He gets his ingredients locally and stated, “I like to challenge myself to create bold, complex flavors using as few ingredients as possible”. The restaurant is inspired by the 1980's art scene in NYC and the Wynwood Walls in Miami. You can see this art inspiration in their creative interior and the unique preparation of food. They advertise themselves as "part art, part gallery, part cocktail bar, part restaurant". Their bar contains over 650 bottles, an extensive wine list, season-appropriate beers, and imaginative cocktails. The restaurant has been given awards and titles by numerous publications for their "best-looking interior". Every week, the interior of their lounge space is transformed by a new artist so that each week is a whole new experience. Guests can then explore the new art while eating delicious creative food and drinks. Fulton Market Kitchen also acts as a gallery, where visitors can purchase the art they see.
It is recommended to make reservations ahead of time, especially if you are a large group, as the restaurant gets crowded pretty quick. You also have the option of private dining if you would rather a more intimate experience. Fulton Market Kitchen also offers private events and rental space.