Want to ring in the first weekend of 2015 the right way? Rosebud Restaurant Group’s newest destination, Joe Fish, is the first place you will want to visit this year. With a menu inspired by Italian cuisine featuring classic seafood fare, it’s the perfect combination of fresh and filling. When choosing a brunch spot, it’s vital to choose a place you can relax at and not be rushed. Joe Fish is perfect for that morning where you’re looking to spend time with friends or family, or simply want to seize the day, which is why we highly recommend bringing in the New Year in this refreshing, yet old-fashioned, environment. Situated on the corner of Dearborn and Illinois, you are welcomed by a very professional and well-trained staff, and right away you know this is going to be a great experience. The large windows and comfortable, soft leather seats are perfect for relaxing.
Joe Fish does not disappoint when it comes to the Italian-style of exquisitely preparing dishes from the inside out. The preparation of this fare is not to be taken lightly, you can taste even the littlest detail that Joe Fish uses to make sure their cuisine is top-notch and not the same as you will find elsewhere. Each dish is perfectly presented and there is no denying the heart that is put into this menu. Under the direction of Chef Joe Farina, one of Chicago’s most prolific Italian-American chefs, it’s clear to see that Joe Fish is living up to the Rosebud name.
Not a fish person? The plentiful menu has many options to choose from including Pecan Sea Salt Caramel French Toast with Whipped Bourbon Butter, and for our seafood lovers, you won’t want to miss the Maine Lobster Soft Scrambled Eggs with crème fraiche, chives and summer truffles. Brunch drinks are also plentiful whether you like a classic bellini or something a little out of the ordinary. See our recommendations below!
Let’s start with drinks, shall we?
Joe Fish also offers a variety of bloody Mary’s!
Bang Bang Biscuit, Whipped Buttertter, Fruit Compote
Joe Fish has partnered with Chicago based Bang Bang Pie Shop to supply the biscuits that Food and Wine named among the best biscuits in the U.S.