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Inside Next: Visiting the Kitchens with Chef Dave Beran

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This week, Eater Chicago brings you a five-part mini series, where we take you on a video journey through Grant Achatz's Next and The Aviary, two of this year's most-buzzed-about openings in America.

In part 2, Next executive chef Dave Beran takes us on a tour of his kitchen, where the team meticulously prepares food for the evening's service. From pressing about 40 duck carcasses a day to utilizing jars filled with colorful spices for dishes or inspiration to taking apart incredibly fresh crawfish sourced from a Louisiana purveyor that will go into the fillet de sole daumont, one of the courses on the Paris 1906 menu, there's clearly no shortage of things to do.

Eater Visits the Kitchen at Next

Tune in tomorrow when we pop inside the still-unopened lounge, The Aviary.
· Next Restaurant's Paris 1906 Menu in Pictures

Thanks to Sky Full of Bacon's Michael Gebert who worked with Eater to create the videos.

The Aviary

955 N. Morgan St & W. Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607 Visit Website

Next Restaurant

953 W Fulton Market, Chicago, IL 60607 312 226 0858 Visit Website

Alinea

1723 North Halsted Street, , IL 60614 Visit Website

Next Restaurant

953 W. Fulton, Chicago, IL

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