The Purple Pig

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United States
41° 53' 27.996" N, 87° 37' 28.092" W
General info: 

The Purple Pig is one of the most famous restaurants in Chicago. Located on The Magnificent Mile in Downtown Chicago, it is a collaboration of Chefs Scott Harris, Tony Mantuano, Jimmy Bannos and Jimmy Bannos Jr. Featuring house made charcuterie, cheeses and classic Mediterranean fare plus an extensive yet accessible wine list. Their menu includes irresistible starters and main dishes such as: pork fried almonds, broccoli with roasted garlic, various salads and soups, chorizo stuffed olives, Catalonian fuet or the famous Purple Pig Platter.

Getting there: 

Nearest Transit Stations:
Grand-Red (Red)
State/Lake (Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple)
Chicago-Red (Red)


General drinks and food costs.

Opening time:
Mon-Thu, Sun 11.30 am - 12 am
Fri-Sat 11.30 am - 2 am

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