Lírica simply opened the primary Latin American restaurant at Navy Pier, a waterfront eatery at 900 E. Grand Ave. that provides “world-class views of glimmering Lake Michigan” and a “culinary tour of Latin American.”
The new restaurant has a 150-seat patio and a menu that features Salmon Asado, Costilla de Ternera and primeros like Pulpo a la Plancha.
“The playful, poetic menu influenced by Ibero-American cultures has been curated by esteemed industry veteran Chef Cesar Reyes (Offshore Chicago, Smith & Wollensky, Spruce, Park Grill, Chicago Firehouse) alongside acclaimed Chef Michael Shrader (Offshore Chicago, Gideon Sweet, Monnie Burke’s, Luxbar, Epic and The Nine Group),” the restaurant mentioned in a information launch. “The savory Latin cuisine pairs well with Lírica’s creative cocktails, or ‘bebidas.'”
Maverick Restaurants developed Lírica, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner day-after-day. It’s taking reservations for indoor and out of doors eating.
“Lírica is Spanish for lyric, or expression of feeling and emotion. We’ve developed a restaurant and bar concept that will harmonize flavor-fueled fare, an upbeat, high-spirited scene and unparalleled views to create a once-in-a-lifetime feeling for our guests,” mentioned Brittney Munro, basic supervisor at Lírica. “Lírica will serve as a celebration of culture and an ideal getaway for all, right here in the heart of Chicago.”
The restaurant shall be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.
For extra data, go to www.liricarestaurant.com or name 872-710-5703.