North Pond restaurant in Lincoln Park, Chicago

May 24, 2011 by

North Pond restaurant is located within the grounds of Lincoln Park, at the border of a pond overlooking Chicago’s striking skyline. This restaurant can effortlessly claim the city’s loveliest setting. The building that houses North Pond was initially built in 1912 as a warming shelter for ice skaters, and has been redesigned according to the Arts and Crafts tradition.

Chef Bruce Sherman draws inspiration from the local market and employs outstanding ingredients at the height of their season. Whenever possible, Chef Sherman supports small local farmers and treats their products with respect in his kitchen. The path from earth to plate remains apparent and his cuisine reflects the d├ęcor of the dining room: complex layers of subtle craft beneath an uncomplicated ornamental style.

The menu at North Pond is intended to highlight products raised or grown in their inhabitant environment and offered at their seasonal peak. North Pond looks out for farmers, producers and other artisans who take special care with their chosen craft, and can offer outstanding products just recently harvested. They then work to highlight the special character of these ingredients, choosing preparations and pairings meant to heighten their unequaled flavor. Some menu items include: Alaskan Halibut, Grassfed Beef and Wild Salmon.

North Pond

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  1. wood pellet says:

    Easy to understand,I like it!…

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