From the same people who created some of Chicago’s trendiest restaurants and bars, the Revival Food Hall brings together 15 fast-casual local food stalls for downtown office workers. Situated in the historic Daniel Burnham–designed National building, the 24,000-square-foot marketplace gives stall space to restaurants from around Chicago’s neighborhoods. Each stall space, which includes local favorites such as Smoque BBQ, Antique Taco, Black Dog Gelato, and Furious Spoon, is finished in a range of eclectic materials and layouts. Once patrons get their “grab-and-go” fare, they can either head back to their offices or sit in the variety of seating options throughout the space. From casual leather couches to more typical bistro tables, the Hall is no typical cafeteria.
Revival Food Hall
125 S. Clark Street, Chicago
Architect: HBRA Architects
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