Moto Restaurant

945 W Fulton Market ChicagoIL60607
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International, Contemporary, American
by merchantcircle on September 18, 2018 from merchantcircle


Know Before You Go:
Menu options include four, seven and ten courses, plus a gastronomic tasting menu. The restaurant requires that everyone at a table agree on one menu. Accommodations are made for vegetarians.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
What to Drink:
The well-rounded wine list features a range of prices by the bottle and glass. You may also order the wine progression to match each course of your meal.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Homaro Cantu Planning Organic Brewery For Summer 2015 Debut:
Homaro Cantu is getting into the beer business with an as-yet-fully-named brewery to be headed up by Moto general manager Trevor Rose-Hamblin (who is a partner in the project), according to the Chicago Tribune. Cantu has plans to serve food in the space, but don't expect anything close to what he's done at Moto or at the recently closed iNG.
by eater on June 18, 2014 from eater
The Last Dinner at Homaro Cantu's iNG is Tomorrow:
Your last chance to flavor trip at Homaro Cantu's iNG is tomorrow night. Cantu is closing his miracle berry-driven molecular tasting menu restaurant after more than three years in business on Fulton Market. Moto, his signature restaurant next door, will remain open.
by eater on May 23, 2014 from eater
Another Al's Beef Opening Within Three Weeks; Lush Roscoe Now Serving Booze; More:
LOOP—Look for an Al's Beef to open at 234 S. Wabash in "two or three weeks" depending on construction. It will be the ninth downtown location for the Italian beef chain. [DNAinfo/EaterWire]

ROSCOE VILLAGE—The Lush Wines and Spirits at 2232 W. Roscoe, which previously only had booze for retail, is now serving in-house. Beginning with wine by the glass tonight (read the full list below), they'll...
by eater on May 08, 2014 from eater
Former Baume & Brix Chef Teaming With Perennial Virant GM For New Spot in Sprout Space:
A couple loose ends from two of the most resounding shutters of 2013 are getting tied up. Knife & Tine, an interesting new restaurant with former Baume & Brix and iNG chef de cuisine Nate Park, is coming to the former Sprout space. Perennial Virant general manager Carissa Shaffer is leading the new ownership group.
by eater on May 07, 2014 from eater

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For more information and reservations, email or call 312-491-0088.
by facebook on September 05, 2015 from facebook