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 The Kennison and J. Parker at Hotel Lincoln have opened their patios for diners.

The Kennison is now serving dinner Wednesday-Sunday from 5-10 p.m.; brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.; and offering takeout and delivery from 5-9 p.m. via Caviar. The J. Parker’s rooftop is open Wednesday-Friday from 5-9 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 3-9 p.m.

The full menus are available here and include highlights such as J. Parker’s Banana Matcha Gimlet with banana-infused vodka and matcha tea syrup; The Kennison’s Duck Fat Cornbread and Fried Chicken Sandwich; and $5 mimosas and bloody marys during brunch.

THE KENNISON

Considered one of the best neighborhood restaurants in Chicago, The Kennison frames the north side of Hotel Lincoln and offers a fantastic option for our guests. We strive to deliver a contemporary American menu that appeals to the foodie in everyone. At this Lincoln Park gem you’ll find approachable fare with exciting twists on familiar dishes.

Whether you’re looking for a special night out or just want to grab beers on the patio, The Kennison offers something for everyone.

ALL IN A NAME

The Kennison’s name pays homage to one of Chicago’s most notorious legends, David Kennison. A fixture in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in the 1800s, Kennison came to Chicago and touted his grand past: being the last surviving member of the Boston Tea Party, a soldier of the revolutionary war, in addition to other outrageous exploits. He was so well-liked that when he passed away at the ripe old age of 115, his funeral had the largest attendance recorded at that time.

…It wasn’t until 50 years later that historians realized that Kennison was, in fact, 85 at his time of death—and was far too young to have been part of the Revolutionary War. In true “Windy City” fashion, Kennison blew a lot of hot air about his past, but led an incredible life regardless. Kennison’s grave is marked with a boulder located directly across the street from the restaurant in Lincoln Park. Here, we salute one of Chicago’s greatest con-men.


DINE WITH US


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