Nellcôte

Nellcôte


What's more rock 'n' roll than putting back vodka drinks at a long, polished and jeweled white-washed oak-topped bar in a room inspired by the Villa Nellcôte where the Rolling Stones holed up for a summer to record Exile on Main Street? Perhaps you should ponder that while deciding on a drink crafted using both mainstream and small-batch spirits. The stunning room often features DJ sets from touring bands in town for bigger shows and cranks up the music to perpetuate that good-time vibe the Stones loved back in the day. Pair that with food by renowned chef Jared Van Camp—house-made pastas and wood-fired pizzas are a specialty—and a spot on the sprawling patio and you are set.

THE DRINK TO DRINK
Sip on the Dangerous Beauty: Belvedere vodka mixed with a splash of fresh citrus and simple syrup in a tulip glass over crushed ice and topped with healthy beet juice. It’s great all summer and into fall.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Sit on the main floor's lounge area to see and be seen or request a table on the just-off-the-floor second level for more privacy and easier-to-hear conversation.


Get Directions
 

833 West Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60607
312.432.0500

www.nellcoterestaurant.com/  

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