Many Chicago restaurants and bars have exclusive, not to mention extensive, Wine cellars on the premises, but how often do you indulge in these fine wines? Probably not enough, especially since they usually come with a high price tag. Not right now, though. In light of quarantine, these Chicago bars have opened the vaults and offered steep discounts on even their oldest wines, so you can get a taste of ancient history while you’re stuck at home.
Income Tax | 5959 North Broadway
If you’re ordering takeout from Income Tax you can browse their selection of wine’s when you come to pick up your meal. And if you don’t want any food you can check out their Instagram for discounted bottles you can pick up instead.
Alinea | 1723 North Halsted Street
Alinea is offering takeout and is adding the option to toss in a bottle of wine. You can select their Ultra, Reserve, or Standard options, all perfectly paired with your meal.
All Together Now | 2119 West Chicago Avenue
One of All Together Now’s unique offerings is its Wine & Cheese Hotline where you can get advice on the perfect wine and cheese pairings while also ordering a bottle for pickup or delivery.
Bar Ramone | 441 North Clark Street
Bar Ramone is taking the meaning of six-pack to a new level. They are offering curated six-packs of wine for $120 – $150 or you can still shop by the bottle.
Entente | 700 North Sedgwick Street
If you’re ordering dinner from this River North spot, you now have the option of adding on wine from their outstanding wine list, ranging from $30 – $175.
Kumiko | 630 West Lake Street
Kumiko is an upscale bar in the West Loop and they now are offering a curated selection of wine that you can order online and pick up.
The Purple Pig | 444 Michigan Avenue
When you order dinner from this wildly popular Michigan Avenue spot you can throw in a bottle of wine for $35 that will go perfectly with your dinner.
Table, Donkey, and Stick | 2728 West Armitage Avenue
This Logan Square eatery is letting you order from their wine program. Choose from one of their somm-selected bottles of red, white, and rose.
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