Chicago October 13, 2017
The Hidden Restaurant Near Chicago That’s Surrounded By The Most Breathtaking Fall Colors
The best way to enjoy the changing leaves in Chicago is with a delicious meal in front of you. Those who like a little scenery with dinner will love this hidden restaurant.
Marvel at autumn’s palette of yellows and reds while feasting on upscale dishes. Keep reading for the location, menu items, and details about the perfect times to visit.
North Pond is a secret oasis tucked away in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. It is named for the body of water it is situated on, which can be found down a short path through the park.
Though the outside is lovely, patrons also enjoy the beautiful interior.
Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday for dinner from 5:30 to 9 or 9:30 p.m., as well as Sunday brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The kitchen is headed by Chef Bruce Sherman, who curated his craft abroad. He bases the menu off local market availability and supports small Illinois farmers through his cooking.
One of the best times to stop in is for brunch, and at $35 per person, you know it has to be phenomenal. Dinner dishes include an ever-changing array of beef, pork, seafood, duck, and salads.
This restaurant loves farm-to-table style dishes, and it shows.
The upscale tasting menu changes seasonally, but often includes a wealth of meats, cheeses, fruits, and vegetables. The cost is $95 per person for this dining experience.
Guests can't help but sample the eatery's upscale dessert options, featuring chocolate, fresh jams, and ice cream. There is also an extensive list of wines and cocktails.
In addition to amazing food, patrons also enjoy views of the Chicago skyline. Though it is most beautiful in fall, picturesque scenery surrounds you during summer, spring, and even winter as well.
This place is great for more than just its stunning fall leaves; it is also an award-winning restaurant. Recent wins include the 2015 Travelers' Choice Award for Chicago's Best and the 2017 Michelin Star.
Enjoy a marvelous meal in a building that was originally a shelter for ice skaters in 1912. It's wise to make reservations, which you can do online or by calling the restaurant. Attire is business casual and as parking is limited, but valet parking is available.
North Pond is located at 2610 N Cannon Drive in Chicago, and you can find more information on its
Facebook page or website.
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