In honor of National Chicken Month, I was invited to check out weekend brunch, so the BF and I stopped by on a Sunday afternoon. The atmosphere is a little bit country, a little bit rustic, a little bit retro, and a whole lot relaxed. I loved the mix of materials throughout, especially the reclaimed wood tables, original cement columns, and tall windows covered in lace.
|Blue Bottle Coffee|
|Quarter Free Range Rotisserie Chicken|
|Smokey & Hot Sauce|
|Crinkle Cut Fries|
|Mac 'n Cheese|
|Fried Chicken 'n Waffles|
Not only are all desserts made in house, so is the ice cream that accompanies them. The massive brownie arrived at our table and we immediately could smell the rich cocoa scent. The best way I can describe this brownie would be INSANE. It's on the underbaked side, which I love, and you can tell the quality of the chocolate is excellent. It also features huge chunks of macadamia nuts. The brownie is served very warm, and is phenomenal with the homemade ice cream. The BF and I went bite for bite until we realized oh crap, we should stop. Now.
I'm still thinking about that insane brownie...
|Housemade Brownie & Ice Cream|
|After the Damage Was Done|
Have fun and be sure to save room for dessert!
Note: My meal at Chicken Shop was complimentary; however, the opinions expressed herein are my own.
Chicken Shop Chicago
Inside SOHO House
113-125 N. Green St.
Chicago, IL 60661