Where to dine out in 80 degree weather this weekend in Chicago – NBC Chicago
As the city hits the ’80s this weekend, Chicagoans will likely be looking for places to taste wine and dine al fresco.
The city is known for its food scene, filled with numerous patios and rooftops. But with the coronavirus restrictions still in place as temperatures warm, where can you go?
Choose Chicago offered a list of places currently offering outdoor dining in Chicago. Here are some highlights:
Avli Taverna: 1335 W. Wrightwood Ave.
Beatrix Fulton Market: 834 W Fulton Market
Aba: 302 N. Green St. 3rd Floor
Mesler: 1401 E. 53rd St.
The duck inn: 2701 S. Eleanor Street
Theater on the lake: 2401 N. Lake Shore Dr.
Beatnik on the river: 180 N. Upper Wacker Dr.
BOKA: 1729 N. Halsted St.
Formento: 925 W. Randolph St.
Siena Tavern: 51 W. Kinzie Street
Wood: 3335 N. Halsted St.
Happy camper: 1209 N. Wells St.
Tzuco: 720 N. State St.
LuxBar: 18 E. Bellevue Pl.
For the full guide, click here.
According to the Chicago Department of Public Health, the following COVID-19 mitigation requirements remain in place for meals:
- Indoor capacity of bars and restaurants limited to 50% capacity or 100 people per room
- A distance of six feet must be maintained between the inside and outside parts
- Indoor rest areas remain closed
- Seating in bars and counters limited to four people per party inside and outside
- Maximum outdoor table size can accommodate 10 people, with tables at least six feet apart
For a full list of the latest changes to Chicago’s reopening plan, click here.
Friday night looks rather clear, warming up just in the mid 50’s. The area is warming up quickly, however, hitting the 80’s low on Saturday and Sunday.
After the hot and partly cloudy weekend, thunderstorms and showers are looming on the horizon to start the week, according to the latest forecast models.