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They call themselves part art gallery, part cocktail bar, and part restaurant. Nestled within the Fulton Market District in a building that is a  tight-knit family held together by a culture of inclusivity. 

Fully reopened to the public for indoor and outdoor, lead by a menu from 4-star rated Chef Jonathan Harootunian.   Their desire is to function as a beacon in the community and a home to people from all walks of life, where they can come together and enjoy themselves in each other’s company.

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“I think there is truly something for everybody on the menu,” said Harootunian. 

​Fulton Market Kitchen is focused on delivering an experience revolving around a seasonal menu and curated cocktails, all made from locally sourced ingredients.

artwork inside the dining space

Fulton Market Kitchen
311 N. Sangamon St.
Chicago, IL 60607

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