Address: 311 North Sangamon Street, Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: (312) 733-6900
Hours | Monday – Friday: 5:00 pm – 2:00 am | Saturday: 5:00 pm – 3:00 am | Sunday: Closed
CONCEPTUALIZED AND CO-DESIGNED BY DANIEL ALONSO (BLACK BULL, BORDEL), FULTON MARKET KITCHEN IS A PORTAL OF COLLECTIVE CREATIVITY; INTEGRATING VARIOUS ART MEDIUMS AND STYLES WITH IMAGINATIVE CUISINE TO CREATE A NEW EXPERIENCE FOR CHICAGO’S EVOLVING CULTURE.
Our cuisine embraces global influences and advocates relaxed, free-form dining. The menu developed by Chef de Cuisine Kyle Petersen (Ceres’ Table, Naha) offers guests an alternative experience with playful presentations and ingredients sourced from our neighbors along Fulton Market Street.
CURATED BEVERAGE PROGRAM
In sequence with the kitchen’s globally inspired fare, the beverage program was developed by Beverage Director Brian Sturgulewski (Bordel, Drumbar). Brian’s carefully crafted menu offers a selection of artisanal beers, an extensive wine list, and an innovative and clever cocktail menu made with fresh juices and spirits pulled from one of the City’s most extensive and eclectic back bars.
ART AND DESIGN
Fulton Market Kitchen aims to be a meeting place where art and design challenges and amuses guests, provoking conversation and breeding new ideas. “Fulton Market Kitchen offers guests the rare opportunity to enjoy dining, drinking and the work of incredible artists in a single, truly unique setting,” said Alonso.
Inspired by the decadent and clever 1980s NYC art scene and the Wynwood Walls in Miami, Daniel Alonso worked with local artists and Alex Morales of Smartmouth Designs to help execute and elevate his artistic vision and design.
Pursuing this vision to surround guests with several artistic styles on the walls, Fulton Market Kitchen’s inaugural art collection is the result of a collaboration with several contributing artists: Erni Vales, Erik DeBat, Franklin Riley, Dominic Sansone, CJ Hungerman, Rory Coyne, Nicole Quattrocki, Alex Morales, and Hamlet Meneses.
“We are striving to become a highly artist-friendly and collaborative channel for the vibrant local art community; to work together to exhibit, educate and sell their work,” stated Alonso. As a restaurant and lounge whose spirit is inspired by art and innovation, Fulton Market Kitchen’s collections will rotate up to four times per year to introduce new artists and revitalize the experience for their guests. Indeed, since opening, Fulton Market Kitchen has introduced new works by Christophe Gauspohl and Sarah Raskey and will be home to new works by Alejandra Guerrero and Bobby Lucy in the Fall.