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Topolobampo

312-661-1434  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 445 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60610
CUISINE: Mexican, Nuevo Latino, Southwestern, Raw Bar, Oysters
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
DESCRIPTION
The more refined side of James Beard Award-winning chef-owner Rick Bayless's twin contemporary Mexican titans — the equally acclaimed Frontera Grill next door —  Topolobampo continues to wow Chicago-area diners.
Michelin Guide 2016: * (very good)
James Beard Foundation: Outstanding Service award finalist (national), 2014

"Rick Bayless is forever foraging in remote nooks of Mexico and in the kitchens of its most creative chefs to bring back incomparable new dishes to the most ambitious of his three restaurants on this busy corner. Lately, a Baja chef inspired him to offer olive-wood-smoked quail with homemade duck prosciutto. Spurred by a Mexico City chef, he offered octopus and squid in aspic with molecular-cuisine-style beads of squid ink and tomato."
- Chicago magazine

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Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

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DESCRIPTION
The more refined side of James Beard Award-winning chef-owner Rick Bayless's twin contemporary Mexican titans — the equally acclaimed Frontera Grill next door —  Topolobampo continues to wow Chicago-area diners.
 
Michelin Guide 2016: * (very good)
James Beard Foundation: Outstanding Service award finalist (national), 2014

"Rick Bayless is forever foraging in remote nooks of Mexico and in the kitchens of its most creative chefs to bring back incomparable new dishes to the most ambitious of his three restaurants on this busy corner. Lately, a Baja chef inspired him to offer olive-wood-smoked quail with homemade duck prosciutto. Spurred by a Mexico City chef, he offered octopus and squid in aspic with molecular-cuisine-style beads of squid ink and tomato."
- Chicago magazine

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

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