Chicago Postscript: Nellcôte

Nellcôte – Chicago
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“Oh, what a beautiful buzz, what a beautiful buzz.”Rolling Stones – “Exile on Main St.”

What a beautiful buzz indeed – compliments of Chicago West Loop  ‘Hot Spot’ Nellcôte,  named for Rolling Stones’ infamous French Riviera “Exiles on Main St” recording studio.

Candeliered chic fills to overflow with guests eager to imbibe in beverages built around a wine list voted “America’s Top 10”, to ingest ingenious plates like tangy meyer-lemon infused, trumpet mushroomed shaved asparagus, wildly-wondrous wood-roasted carrots, carbtastic-stinging nettle nero pasta, and aged ribeye – plus sneak a peek a pic of Mick in a place the men will appreciate…it’s easy to envision writing your own version of “Happy” here. Super-star server shout-out to ‘Adrian-Sean’. Cheers!

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