Revival Food Hall

125 S. Clark St., Chicago, IL, 60603

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Global - Eclectic, Bakery, American, Mexican, American-Contemporary, Burgers - Sandwiches, Japanese, Vegetarian, Dessert, Seafood, Breakfast - Brunch, Coffeehouse - Teahouse, Barbecue - Grilling, Unique Party Space, Food Truck, Hamburger

Dessert Specials, Pre-theater, Business Dining, Dining at Bar, Brunch, Dining Alone, People Watching, Offbeat, Natural/Organic Ingredients, Memorable Experience, Lunch, Historic Spot, Credit Cards Accepted, Communal Tables, Cocktail Specialist, Child Friendly, Celebrity Chef, Buffet/Cafeteria-Style, Senior Appeal, After Work, Self-Parking in Lot or Garage, Private Parties, Twentysomething, Takeout, Power Scene

Revival Food Hall - Chicago

This massive collective from the team behind 16" On Center (Longman & Eagle, The Promontory, Punch House, Moneygun) plays up some of Chicago's top original concepts. Miniature versions of 15 restaurants are situated in a 24,000-square-foot marketplace called Revival Food Hall, which is on the ground floor of The National, a restoration of a historic 1907 Daniel Burnham-designed 20-story building.

For example, there's Smoque BBQ, from the award-winning restaurant on the Northwest Side of the city. There's also Antique Taco Chiquito, which boasts full-size locations in Bridgeport and Wicker Park. And Furious Spoon encourages diners to slurp its signature noodle dishes. There's also a stall where visitors may browse through books and records.

The unique concept is frequented primarily by shoppers and workers in the area. They may grab and go or dine in at communal tables. In addition to soft drinks, there are also beer, wine and cocktails available.