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953 W Fulton Market Chicago, IL 60607
953 West Fulton marketUSIllinoisChicago60607
$$$$Eclectic RestaurantToday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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High-end foodie destination known for Grant Achatz's themed tasting menus & inventive presentations.- Google
"I really enjoyed the bone marrow brulee and the sturgeon and caviar."
"The service is sublime and the reserve wine pairing is the way to do it right."
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Tahir Kapoor
2 months ago
This was a beyond memorable experience. Each course came as a beautifully executed surprise to us. Our only regret is not getting the non-alcoholic paring--our waiter(s) were generous enough to allow us to taste two of them. We would recommend others trying them out because they are unlike anything else you'll drink. I would even get the non-alcoholic pairing over the wine parings because they are much more creative and unique. It was an amazing meal and I can't wait to come back!
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Morgane Renoir
a year ago
Amazing experience!! They change their menu every few month so I would definitely try to get tickets for the menu that sounds the best to you. While their tickets do sell out pretty fast, they will post day off tickets sometime on their facebook page. If you can get tickets, I would highly recommend going. I went October 2013, for the Bocuse D'or Menu. The food was amazing! it was a great mix of traditional French food with a Midwestern twist. While I was stuffed by the end of the meal, I could have kept eating the food was so good. They did really good pairings with each course. They usually have two wine pairing, it is worth the splurge to go for the premium pairing. I tasted wines that I had never had before and I would be very surprised if I ever have some of those wines again. Really good! Definitely worth going at least once!
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Whitney Samoline
a year ago
If you're a foodie - you must try NEXT. The service was wonderful, the presentation was fun, the food is not what you'd normally see but that's to be expected! If you aren't a picky eater, you'll really enjoy it. They really think out of the box in every aspect and it's truly a dining experience.
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Tony Gamblin
a year ago
We were there for the Childhood theme. Amazing. Make sure to do wine pairings with your meal. Well worth it!
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Walker Lawrence
7 months ago
An experience like no other. Next elevates dining into the future and is an experience that should be enjoyed by all.
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Alan Trick
10 months ago
Once in a lifetime experience. We are lucky foodies for sure! Waiting for Trio 2003. Hope to visit all offerings in 2015.
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Adam Robinson
a year ago
This review is for Modern Chinese. The experience Next provides you as a diner is one that you will never soon forget. You go on a ride through the many types of cuisine throughout China with, at times, some creative license in place. From the table-side preparation of the ice coconut curry to the amazing 'Chinese take-out' course with szechuan peppercorn squab, your taste buds will be on a roller-coaster of emotion. Service is friendly and very informative of each dish. Don't be afraid to ask them to clarify what exact you are eating and how it was prepared, these servers have studied up!
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Trevor Hateley
2 years ago
I went for the Kaiseki menu in 2012. It was an experience I'll never forget. The food was creative, quality, perfectly prepared and presented, but so were the smells,the atmosphere, even the textures of the flatware. Everything had so much thought put into it. The thing I'll remember most is the sake. I guess I had a very western view before I came here, I had no idea the tastes could vary so much, and the quality of the drinks they brought was incredible. If you go, definitely get different drink menus between you & your partner (one normal, and the other reserve or non-alcoholic) so you can try them all.
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