Let’s Dish: Carnivale

The gloomy colors of the Winter can put a damper on date night, so it’s our job to lighten things up a bit by bringing you the places that are best for Winter Date Nights. Allow us to introduce you to Carnivale Chicago, the place that, just by walking into it, will brighten up your date night!

Located in the West Loop area of Chicago and known for the exotic and energetic atmosphere, Carnivale offers a unique twist on Latin inspired cuisine and beautifully crafted cocktails. The menu, ranging from appetizers to exquisite dinners, to wine & cocktails, offers a variety of dishes that are sure to please even the pickiest couples. The bright colors pay tribute to the originality of the Latin culture, and it doesn’t stop there. Carnivale is known to host dancers, musicians and live entertainment of all sorts to make sure your date night is the furthest thing from boring.

Carnivale Main Dining Room

Carnivale utilizes beloved Latin flavors and puts their own distinct twist on those flavors to create a menu that awakens your taste buds. Whether you stop in for just a drink, or a full meal, you will be pleasantly surprised at what will be brought out to you. Carnivale thrives on big and bold, and that’s just one thing that makes this the perfect spot for in-between those Holiday meals. Remember, you deserve a date night during the Winter hustle and bustle, so we suggest if you’re looking for something different, head to Carnivale!

Binge Recommends: (these are just solely recommendations-we know you will love whatever you try!)
OCTOPUS {Appetizer to share}
(gluten-free-meal) Giant lima beans, lemon zest, frisee, olive oil, parsley

(Gluten-free-meal) Grilled skirt steak, and beans, bacon sofrito, sweet red onion, chimichurri sauce
paired with
Maker’s Mark bourbon, Hum botanical spirit, fresh lemon juice, house made honey syrup

Served with seasonal vegetables
paired with
Altos Reposado Tequila, Combier, mango puree, pomegranate juice, fresh lime juice

What’s better than date night dessert?
We suggest asking your knowledgeable waiter/waitress which dessert is top of the list for the evening…if you want to stick to a classic, we suggest:
Vanilla bean, guava and pistachio ice creams, lemon curd

Sunday Brunch features live music and a Samba dancer from Latin Street Dance Academy

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