5 Must-Try Chicago Spots for Take-Out Wine & Cocktails

5 Must-Try Chicago Spots for Take-Out Wine & Cocktails

April 1, 2020 by J.P. Anderson

Shelter in place in style with take-out cocktails, wine and more from some of Chicago’s top restaurants and bars.

MAPLE & ASH
The Gold Coast hot spot has opened its exclusive Mavens & Aficionados wine club to the public, so now you can grab a $98 Pommery Rose Brut Apanage Champagne NV or $70 San Vincente Sierra Cantabria Rioja 2013 to pair with your to-go order of fire roasted scallops or surf and turf. 8 W. Maple St., 312.944.8888

RPM RESTAURANTS
Connoisseurs of collectible liquors have the rare opportunity to raid the RPM cabinet, as the restaurants are selling some of its most coveted vintages at a discounted price. Highlights include Domaine de la Romanée-Conti "Marc de Bourgogne" 1994 eau-de-vie ($535); Fuenteseca Reserva 1998 15-year-aged extra añejo tequla ($450); and Buffalo Trace "Old Fashioned Copper" 1994 bourbon ($4,100). Call 312.222.1888 to order and schedule pickup, 52 W. Illinois St.

THE ALINEA GROUP
No need for a reservations to sample The Aviary’s legendary cocktails—just order a to-go meal from Next, Alinea or Roister, and for a $65 supplement you’ll get the award-winning bar’s Jamaican Jerk Margarita Kit, including a bottle of tequila, fresh lime and pineapple juice, and jerk syrup—enough to serve 10-12 drinks.

PARSON’S CHICKEN & FISH
One surefire way to instantly transport yourself to the vibe of future summer days on outdoor patios: Take-out frozen negronis from Parson’s Lincoln Park, perfect for washing down a fried chicken skillet with fixings ($32). 2435 N. Halsted St., 773.661.6016

SIENA TAVERN
In addition to a limited take-out menu of $40 family-style dinners and restaurant favorites—think Wagyu meatballs and truffle mushroom pizzas—the Dineamic Group’s cornerstone restaurant is featuring a half-dozen bottles of wine to go, from Tiamo prosecco to Wairau River Sauvignon Blanc, all priced at just $30. 51 W. Kinzie St., 312.595.1322













5 Must-Try Chicago Spots for Take-Out Wine & Cocktails

April 1, 2020 by J.P. Anderson

Shelter in place in style with take-out cocktails, wine and more from some of Chicago’s top restaurants and bars.

MAPLE & ASH
The Gold Coast hot spot has opened its exclusive Mavens & Aficionados wine club to the public, so now you can grab a $98 Pommery Rose Brut Apanage Champagne NV or $70 San Vincente Sierra Cantabria Rioja 2013 to pair with your to-go order of fire roasted scallops or surf and turf. 8 W. Maple St., 312.944.8888

RPM RESTAURANTS
Connoisseurs of collectible liquors have the rare opportunity to raid the RPM cabinet, as the restaurants are selling some of its most coveted vintages at a discounted price. Highlights include Domaine de la Romanée-Conti "Marc de Bourgogne" 1994 eau-de-vie ($535); Fuenteseca Reserva 1998 15-year-aged extra añejo tequla ($450); and Buffalo Trace "Old Fashioned Copper" 1994 bourbon ($4,100). Call 312.222.1888 to order and schedule pickup, 52 W. Illinois St.

THE ALINEA GROUP
No need for a reservations to sample The Aviary’s legendary cocktails—just order a to-go meal from Next, Alinea or Roister, and for a $65 supplement you’ll get the award-winning bar’s Jamaican Jerk Margarita Kit, including a bottle of tequila, fresh lime and pineapple juice, and jerk syrup—enough to serve 10-12 drinks.

PARSON’S CHICKEN & FISH
One surefire way to instantly transport yourself to the vibe of future summer days on outdoor patios: Take-out frozen negronis from Parson’s Lincoln Park, perfect for washing down a fried chicken skillet with fixings ($32). 2435 N. Halsted St., 773.661.6016

SIENA TAVERN
In addition to a limited take-out menu of $40 family-style dinners and restaurant favorites—think Wagyu meatballs and truffle mushroom pizzas—the Dineamic Group’s cornerstone restaurant is featuring a half-dozen bottles of wine to go, from Tiamo prosecco to Wairau River Sauvignon Blanc, all priced at just $30. 51 W. Kinzie St., 312.595.1322





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