Upgrade Your Quarantine Cooking With These Chicago Restaurant Meal Kits
Cooped up inside and sick of making decisions? Save your brain cells for Zoom trivia night and let some of the Windy City’s most revered tastemakers fix you the multi-course meal of your homebound dreams, cooked, portioned, and boxed for take-out or delivery. In today’s flipped-upside-down world, accessing Michelin-starred dining requires neither shirt, shoes, nor advanced reservation (unless you’re doing curbside pick-up, in which case I recommend wearing a shirt and shoes throughout the transaction).
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Celebrated Chef C.J. Jacobson is whisking hungry social distancers away to a secluded Mediterranean oasis with breezy four-course meals for two. $45 gets you spicy hummus, village salad, chicken kefta kebab, and date bars plus optional add-ons like hand-selected wine pairings, featured sides and veggies, and bonus desserts for a few more bones.
Call 312-610-4200 or order on Grubhub
Enjoy your next cook-out from the comfort and safety of your sanitized dining room with this River North roadhouse’s gut-busting family meal for four. The giant platter of 18-hour smoked brisket, chopped salad, ooey gooey mac ‘n cheese, mashed potatoes, and chocolate chip cookies comes in at just $49.95.
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Missing your Nonna? Make her proud by downing every delicious morsel of RPM’s family meal for four. The lovingly prepared feast spans Giuliana’s Italian salad, Mama DePandi’s bucatini pomodoro, truffled garlic bread, and Bill’s chocolate budino for a grand total of $50 (an extra $15 gets you a bottle of Giuliana Prosecco, just putting it out there).
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Keep your meat cabinet stocked with RPM’s four-person family meal: a massive 24-ounce Prime Midwest Ribeye accompanied by Caesar salad, whipped potatoes, and freshly baked cookies for dessert. Just $65 for a top shelf steak dinner? Sign us up.