Dinner With A View is a brand-new pop-up dome restaurant and bar dining experience on the Magnificent Mile. Formerly touching down in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, Dinner With A View is now making its way to Chicago. Guests can enjoy a three-course, blind tasting menu while enjoying views of Michigan Avenue from within a beautiful and intimate geodesic dome. From April 1 – May 10, 2020, Pioneer Court will be decked out in these frameless, see-through domes, transformed into terrariums that each highlight different terrains found throughout the world.
Dining reservations to the pop-up domes from Dinner With a View in Chicago are able to accommodate four to six guests, starting at $79.99 (usually $199.99) when they sign up for the Chicago mailing list on their website. Dinner reservations at these pop-up restaurants begin at $109.99 per guest, and seatings will be held Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6 pm and 8:15 pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm, and 9:30 pm, and Sundays at 5 pm, 7 pm, and 9 pm. Beverages are not included in this price, but are available for an extra rate while you’re dining in. This exclusive experience is only here for a month, so make sure to secure your tickets before they fill up!
Beyond this original concept? Chef Dan Smith and Chef Gald Gand, who have collaborated for the past decade on the Food Network, hosting cooking shows, and even starting the two-year pop-up burger joint, Spritzburger, in Lakeview. Now, they’ve settled on a few pre-selected menus that will be available to guests attending Dinner With a View in Chicago. The menus will accommodate meat-eaters, fish-eaters, and vegans, so that all can enjoy this unique pop-up restaurant and bar dining experience.
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Featured Image Credit: Dinner With A View