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Warm Belly Bakery was an early adopter of the CBD craze
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Where to Try CBD-Infused Food and Drinks in Chicago

Bars and restaurants are offering CBD cocktails, doughnuts, and more

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Warm Belly Bakery was an early adopter of the CBD craze
| Warm Belly Bakery [Official Photo]

CBD, or cannabidiol, is popping up in cocktails, lattes, doughnuts, dog treats, and more across the country, and places in Chicago have hopped on the bandwagon too. Some believe the non-psychoactive compound (translation: users will not feel a “high”) derived from hemp provides physical and psychological health benefits, especially for those with anxiety. As yet, there is little conclusive evidence to support these claims.

Still, bartenders, bakers, baristas, and chefs are playing with CBD to enhance their creations and engage with an increasingly marijuana-friendly atmosphere in Chicago. Check out the following restaurants, bars, and bakeries that offer CBD below.

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TrueNorth

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An independent health-focused cafe with locations in Andersonville and Hyde Park, True North is on the CBD bandwagon: customers can add Relyf CBD to any drink or smoothie for $2.25.

You can now add CBD to any of our drinks or smoothies. This superfood has been known to provide relaxation, promote healthy joints, and assist in mental wellness. And no, it wont get you high. ✌️

Posted by TrueNorth on Thursday, April 18, 2019

Foxtrot Market

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The Foxtrot chain has locations across Chicago’s North Side. They’re convenient stores, offering delivery of alcohol and other items, and some locations have bars and food. At the Lakeview location on Southport and the River North location at Wells and Hubbard, customers can order a CBD highball. CBD is also offered as an add-on for other drinks. The chain has plans for more CBD drinks in the future, including a slushie at the Lincoln Park location’s pick-up window.

Foxtrot’s CBD highball
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Kuma's Corner

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Owners of this local metal-themed burger chain aren’t afraid to court controversy, and Kuma’s Corner bartenders are serving Euphoric CBD cocktails served in glass bongs with dry ice “smoke.” These include the floral “Dopethrone” with gin, “Ablaze,” a sweet and spicy pineapple drink with rum, and “Hazemaze,” a smoky beverage with anaise, tart lime, and mezcal. Kuma’s in Fulton Market will serve all three options every Friday and Saturday throughout the spring and summer, while customers at the original Avondale location can add to CBD to any drink for an upcharge.

Kuma’s Corner [Official Photo]

Young American

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Beverage director Julia McKinley includes CBD infusions on Young American’s permanent cocktail list including the “C.Y.O. Rickey” with lime juice, soda, and a choice of spirit (they suggest mezcal or white rum) or CBD. Customers can top off spirit-free drinks with CBD for $3, like the “No New Friends” made with turmeric tonic tea, hibiscus, and lime.

One of our spirit-free cocktails - No New Friends // Turmeric Tonic, Aquafaba, Hibiscus, CBD Agave Nectar, Lime - looking on these radical coasters from @tired.projects

Posted by Young American on Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea

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Mini-chain Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea stands out by offering coffees from a range of roasters, including Gaslight Coffee Roasters, Dark Matter Coffee, and Stumptown from Portland, Oregon. All three Chicago locations now offer a 10-milligram CBD addition to any drink for $3, in addition to draft CBD kombucha, called “Cannabliss.”

Entente

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Michelin-starred Entente capitalizes on two beverage trends with a spirit-free CBD drink called the “700 Club.” Ingredients include cucumber mint lemonade, lime, violet, butterfly pea flower, and CBD from Colorado-based purveyor Hapi Innovations, and it’s on the restaurant’s spring cocktail list.

Go spirit free and enjoy the soothing effects of @hapi_innovations CBD with the 700 Club. Violet and butterfly pea flower lend intoxicating floral notes balanced by a refreshing cucumber lemonade. : @dlmpd

Posted by Entente Chicago on Monday, April 15, 2019

IO Godfrey Rooftop Lounge

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Management at this popular bar and nightlife spot on the fourth floor of the Godfrey Hotel recently introduced a $3 cannabidiol oil addition to their bar cocktails, including the “Summer Smash” with vodka, lillet rose, green chartreuse, and lemon, and alcohol-free drinks like the “Mint to Be,” made with peach, strawberry or raspberry açaí, muddled mint, lime, and ginger ale.

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Protein Bar & Kitchen

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Owners of this locally-based coffee and cafe chain added 30-milligram CBD oil floaters on any shake or coffee for $2.99 to their permanent menu. Check the local store hours because they may vary by location.

Protein Bar & Kitchen [Official Photo]

Warm Belly Bakery

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The first Chicago bakery with its own retail space to sell CBD-infused baked goods, Warm Belly Bakery offers 30-milligram CBD chocolate chip cookies to customers over 18 for $5 each year-round. Non-CBD cookies include blueberry lemon white chocolate, dark and salty chocolate, and Fruity Pebbles. Warm Belly also operates a location in Lincoln Park at 2472 N. Clark Street.

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Marz Community Brewing Company

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Marz offers two CBD-infused sparkling waters in cans. The taproom also has elixirs that come in flasks with 10 milligrams of CBD.

Marz Community Brewing’s taproom
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TrueNorth

An independent health-focused cafe with locations in Andersonville and Hyde Park, True North is on the CBD bandwagon: customers can add Relyf CBD to any drink or smoothie for $2.25.

You can now add CBD to any of our drinks or smoothies. This superfood has been known to provide relaxation, promote healthy joints, and assist in mental wellness. And no, it wont get you high. ✌️

Posted by TrueNorth on Thursday, April 18, 2019

Foxtrot Market

The Foxtrot chain has locations across Chicago’s North Side. They’re convenient stores, offering delivery of alcohol and other items, and some locations have bars and food. At the Lakeview location on Southport and the River North location at Wells and Hubbard, customers can order a CBD highball. CBD is also offered as an add-on for other drinks. The chain has plans for more CBD drinks in the future, including a slushie at the Lincoln Park location’s pick-up window.

Foxtrot’s CBD highball
Foxtrot [Official Photo]

Kuma's Corner

Owners of this local metal-themed burger chain aren’t afraid to court controversy, and Kuma’s Corner bartenders are serving Euphoric CBD cocktails served in glass bongs with dry ice “smoke.” These include the floral “Dopethrone” with gin, “Ablaze,” a sweet and spicy pineapple drink with rum, and “Hazemaze,” a smoky beverage with anaise, tart lime, and mezcal. Kuma’s in Fulton Market will serve all three options every Friday and Saturday throughout the spring and summer, while customers at the original Avondale location can add to CBD to any drink for an upcharge.

Kuma’s Corner [Official Photo]

Young American

Beverage director Julia McKinley includes CBD infusions on Young American’s permanent cocktail list including the “C.Y.O. Rickey” with lime juice, soda, and a choice of spirit (they suggest mezcal or white rum) or CBD. Customers can top off spirit-free drinks with CBD for $3, like the “No New Friends” made with turmeric tonic tea, hibiscus, and lime.

One of our spirit-free cocktails - No New Friends // Turmeric Tonic, Aquafaba, Hibiscus, CBD Agave Nectar, Lime - looking on these radical coasters from @tired.projects

Posted by Young American on Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea

Mini-chain Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea stands out by offering coffees from a range of roasters, including Gaslight Coffee Roasters, Dark Matter Coffee, and Stumptown from Portland, Oregon. All three Chicago locations now offer a 10-milligram CBD addition to any drink for $3, in addition to draft CBD kombucha, called “Cannabliss.”

Entente

Michelin-starred Entente capitalizes on two beverage trends with a spirit-free CBD drink called the “700 Club.” Ingredients include cucumber mint lemonade, lime, violet, butterfly pea flower, and CBD from Colorado-based purveyor Hapi Innovations, and it’s on the restaurant’s spring cocktail list.

Go spirit free and enjoy the soothing effects of @hapi_innovations CBD with the 700 Club. Violet and butterfly pea flower lend intoxicating floral notes balanced by a refreshing cucumber lemonade. : @dlmpd

Posted by Entente Chicago on Monday, April 15, 2019

IO Godfrey Rooftop Lounge

Management at this popular bar and nightlife spot on the fourth floor of the Godfrey Hotel recently introduced a $3 cannabidiol oil addition to their bar cocktails, including the “Summer Smash” with vodka, lillet rose, green chartreuse, and lemon, and alcohol-free drinks like the “Mint to Be,” made with peach, strawberry or raspberry açaí, muddled mint, lime, and ginger ale.

Kailley Lindman [Official Photo]

Protein Bar & Kitchen

Owners of this locally-based coffee and cafe chain added 30-milligram CBD oil floaters on any shake or coffee for $2.99 to their permanent menu. Check the local store hours because they may vary by location.

Protein Bar & Kitchen [Official Photo]

Warm Belly Bakery

The first Chicago bakery with its own retail space to sell CBD-infused baked goods, Warm Belly Bakery offers 30-milligram CBD chocolate chip cookies to customers over 18 for $5 each year-round. Non-CBD cookies include blueberry lemon white chocolate, dark and salty chocolate, and Fruity Pebbles. Warm Belly also operates a location in Lincoln Park at 2472 N. Clark Street.

Warm Belly Bakery [Official Photo]

Marz Community Brewing Company

Marz offers two CBD-infused sparkling waters in cans. The taproom also has elixirs that come in flasks with 10 milligrams of CBD.

Marz Community Brewing’s taproom
Barry Brecheisen/Eater Chicago

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