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Azul Mariscos

1177 N Elston Ave

Chicago, IL 60642

You go to Azul Mariscos when you’re in the mood for the kind of brunch spot that has a live DJ, bottle service, a view of the water, and gives you the option to order cocktails for the table in a $150 clay pot. This seafood restaurant recently opened along the Chicago River in Goose Island, and the food is Latin-inspired. They have a long brunch menu, with dishes like churro French toast, huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, shrimp queso fundido, ceviche, tacos, and more.

Azul Mariscos serves huge, Mexican-inspired seafood towers and platters, right along the river. Close your eyes and you can almost pretend you’re on an actual Mexican beach.

You go to Azul Mariscos when you’re in the mood for the kind of spot that has a live DJ, bottle service, a patio on the water, and gives you the option to order cocktails for the table in a $150 clay pot. This seafood restaurant recently opened along the Chicago River in Goose Island, and the food is Latin-inspired. This means the menu is full of things like lobster empanadas, tacos, shrimp aguachile, and seafood towers. Is it Miami? No, but it doesn’t feel like Chicago either.

Azul is a new seafood restaurant that just opened along the Chicago River. The menu is Latin-inspired, and you’ll find dishes like ceviche, lobster empanadas, and shrimp tacos.

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