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What to Eat at PT Pop-up at the Talbott, Open Wednesday

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You may have already heard the Mercadito crew is taking over the restaurant at the Talbott Hotel to develop a new concept. And you may also know that while that concept is being developed, they're running a pop-up called PT. What you may not know is that the pop-up officially opens tomorrow.

The team is currently renovating the restaurant that used to be Bice, but in the meantime has set up PT in the 50-seat bar area as well as on the 100-seat idyllic sidewalk patio on Delaware. Chef Patricio Sandoval has teamed with the Tippling Bros., to craft a food and drink menu that includes everything from grilled pizzas, chopped salad and raw bar items to lobster rolls, steak frites and a Veracruzana-style grilled fish of the day.

The Tippling Bros. drink menu features fresh, handcrafted cocktails like a pineapple cobbler (vodka, fresh pineapple, mixed berries, prosecco and Peychaud’s bitters), Basil and Grapes (dry gin, white grapes, fresh basil, lemon and tonic); a Ginger Daiquiri (white rum, fresh ginger, sugar and lime) and both red and white sangria by the glass, half- and full carafe.

PT, which will remain open through remodeling, will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. It will offer specials each day, including all-you-can-eat mussels on Monday for $14.50 per person; all-you-can-eat tacos on Thursday for $18.50 a person; and all-you-can-eat fried chicken Fridays for $16.50 a person. What else? Check out the menu below.

PT Lunch and Dinner Menu

· Mercadito Concept at Talbott Hotel [~EChi~]
· Bice Closed, Now "The Restaurant" at the Talbott Hotel [~EChi~]
· PT Pop-up at the Talbott [website]

Mercadito

108 West Kinzie Street, , IL 60654 (312) 329-9555 Visit Website

PT at the Talbott Hotel

10 E. Delaware, Chicago, IL

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