18 "Fulton Market" Restaurants in Chicago.
Roister is the casual restaurant from the Alinea team. It's still expensive, but it's fun, laid-back, and excellent.
The Publican is a Medieval styled mecca of all things beer, pork, and oysters. If that's not appealing, you can't sit with us.
Swift & Sons might have a separate seafood restaurant inside of it, but this steakhouse is the star of the show.
Duck Duck Goat is a high-end Chinese restaurants that's always fun with excellent and interesting food.
PQM is an excellent little cafe. We only wish it stayed open later.
Cold Storage is seafood bar attached to a steakhouse. Post up at the bar for oysters and other fresh fish.
Momotaro is like a Japanese Discovery Zone. You may need to sample the menu a bit, but hit your stride and it's a great meal.
The Garage, where you'll get awesome tacos and a different food truck every day of the week. This is one of the cooler lunch spots in town.
La Sirena Cladestina is serving up Brazilian food in Fulton Market. It's small but always buzzing.
Honey's is an upscale but cool restaurant in Fulton Market that's good for a nicer occasion.
Saint Lou's Assembly is a throwback restaurant reminiscent of a 1950's cafeteria-style meat and three. It also has an excellent outdoor patio.
Gus's has great fried chicken in a cool Fulton Market loft space. Expect a bit of heat from their trademark cayenne heavy seasoning.
Ramen Takeya is a reliable and safe bet of a ramen joint in Fulton Market. The hip space has a few tables and plenty of room at the counter bar.
The Brass Monkey is like a trip back to the 1970's but with a more stylish touch. There's also a separate menu dedicated to Hits Of The '70s.