5 Restaurants with Photo-Worthy #Vibes


Delicious food AND a cool aesthetic?! You betcha. From colorful murals to vintage-chic vibes, these restaurants offer delicious dishes and an ambience that’s worth capturing on your social media feed:

3 Arts Club Cafe

Roxana Barszcz, concierge at Hyatt Regency Chicago loves 3 Arts Club Cafe for a variety of reasons. This cafe/restaurant/bar combo is located inside Restoration Hardware and boasts a chic garden patio complete with a fountain, skylights, and chandeliers. The sheer beauty of this spot is enough to keep you there for hours, but the menu is an epic experience in and of itself. The Truffled Grilled Cheese and the Slow-Roasted Chicken are just two items to try.

Bar Sotano

This new River North gem is in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it location, but once you make your way into the alley entrance, you will be enthralled by the totally trendy vibe that includes an open-concept kitchen and a gorgeous Insta-worthy mural. This New Mexican restaurant offers creative cocktails ranging from sweet to spicy for any tastebuds, and shareable plates that include
Mexican Paella and Roasted Bone Marrow that you don’t want to miss.

Broken English Taco Pub

Taco Tuesday just got even better! With locations in Lincoln Park, Old Town, and the Loop, Broken English Taco Pub is a vibrant, colorful concept with street art-style walls and fun string lights throughout. Broken English boasts a unique take on Mexican street food with a variety of tacos, guacamoles, and of course, margaritas.

Cindy’s Rooftop

Mary Skoubis, concierge at the Drake Hotel loves the photo ops at Cindy’s Rooftop, located in the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel. With a view of Millennium Park and Lake Michigan, Cindy’s Rooftop includes an open-air terrace, cozy couches, and plenty of natural light. The seasonal menus offer the freshest bites and you won’t want to miss out on their gorgeous craft cocktails, like The Elegant Farmer or the Parched Lime.

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