Lake FX Summit & Expo Chicago is 5/13-15.
Come see Graham Elliot of Graham Elliot Bistro and David Morton of DMK Restaurants speak about the industry on Sunday, 5/15, 10:30am-11:30am!
For more details, click here.
That’s right, it officially feels like spring out and it’s time to party.
Come visit DMK Burger Bar & Fish Bar at Navy Pier’s new takeout window and get food and drinks to go! Yes, even alcohol. Because now you can walk up and down the pier with booze juice. It’s the greatest.
Open 12p-7p Sunday through Thursday and 12p-8p Friday & Saturday!
Chef Michael Kornick on the exciting collaboration: “We’re thrilled to be working with such a talented chef as Graham Elliot. We’re looking so very forward to the success of Graham Elliot Bistro through our shared experience.”
Read the article in the Chicago Tribune here!
This Friday, 4/1, DMK Burger Bar in Lombard and Founders Brewing Co. team up to bring the western suburbs one of their specialties, KBS!
According to Founders, “what we’ve got here is an imperial stout brewed with a massive amount of coffee and chocolates, then cave-aged in oak bourbon barrels for an entire year to make sure wonderful bourbon undertones come through in the finish. Makes your taste buds squeal with delight.”
Yes, that’s right, squeal with delight.
Not only that, we’re celebrating the release of our own specialty, the new #3: grass fed beef patty, fontina cheese, marinated tomato, crispy prosciutto and, the piece de resistance, our very own DMK truffle cream.
Tapping that bad boy keg of Kentucky Breakfast Stout at 5pm, come by!
The Chicago Tribune featured our truffle mac and cheese as one of the best in the city! Read about it here.
UrbanDaddy stopped by our newest restaurants smack in the center of Navy Pier for some photos. Curious about our newest sister restaurants? Take a peek at the spaces in this slideshow.
The Guardian recently published an article about the merits of eating foods that harmfully impact the environment less.
“Research has shown that grass-fed beef has measurably more antioxidants and fewer inflammatory fatty acids than grain-fed beef…and grass feeding dramatically reduces a cow’s environmental impact.”
So our all grass-fed burgers are good for you and the earth! We think that’s called a win/win. Read the full article here.