Hey Nonny - Arlington Heights
Founded by Chip Brooks and Chris Dungan, Hey Nonny consists of two venues in one: It's an intimate listening room for live music and an inventive, farm-to-table gastropub.
The elevated menu aims to exceed what most people expect in suburbs like Arlington Heights. Executive Chef Jay Ruff explores a farm-to-table menu that's both inventive and fun for brunch and dinner.
Some of the highlights of the dinner menu range from edamame hummus and roasted bone marrow to local charcuterie and a bone-in wild boar chop. Brunch features whimsical dishes like a deconstructed breakfast trifle, corn masa waffled topped with braised pork belly or berry-thyme compote, and a pear & fig grilled cheese.
Speaking of brunch, Saturdays feature live bluegrass and Sundays spotlight live jazz.
Hey Nonny is an easy commute from Chicago, as it's only a few steps away from the Arlington Heights Metra station. The music venue accommodates up to 150 audience members and the gastropub features 66 seats. The live music venue showcases all sorts of music genres, including rock, pop, reggae, country, blues, jazz, cabaret, classical and folk. It's all ages, unless noted.