The Intersection of Art & Cuisine
Part art gallery, part restaurant, Fulton Market Kitchen is as stimulating to the eyes as it is to the taste buds.
Being one of the best looking new restaurants in Chicago was pretty easy to achieve, if we take into consideration that the place was co-designed by Daniel Alonso, and the walls are covered in a perfect merge of various art medium and styles. Daniel Alonso did yet another amazing job, as we are already used to from his other restaurants near Chicago, Black Bull and Bordel. The difference between these and Fulton Market Kitchen is the way of merging art with contemporary cuisine and creative cocktails to create a new experience for Chicago’s evolving culture.
Fulton Market Kitchen, one of the best Chicago restaurants, rises at the intersection of art and cuisine.
"Rated one of the best Chicago Restaurants "
In just a few months, over a nice Chicago summer, Fulton Market Kitchen became known as one of the best restaurants in downtown Chicago.
Fulton Market Kitchen combines American cuisine with street art, graffiti and iconic pop art, along with an impressive list of unique cocktail to offer its patrons a dining experience like no other.
Being nominated on the list of top restaurants Chicago, Fulton Market Kitchen is “located” at the intersection of art and cuisine. With a main dining room, a lounge and two private dining rooms, each having its own look, with graffiti and street art, a bar set atop dozens of vintage suitcases, the food and cocktails take cues from artists and exhibits, in a perfect merge of colors, styles, tastes and aromas.
Chef Kyle Petersen’s cuisine embraces global influences and advocates relaxed, free-form dining. His dishes offer playful presentations with ingredients sourced from regional farms, local markets and our neighbors along Fulton Market Street.
Beverage Director Brian Sturgulewski’s beverage program offers innovative craft cocktails made with fresh juices and spirits pulled from a carefully curated back bar, seasonal artisanal beers and wines from small growers around the world.