Atop the modern wing of the Art Institute you’ll find an ideal spot for a sophisticated brunch that’s exclusively on Sundays. With decidedly modern décor and views of the gardens in Millennium Park, it’s a perfect spot to sip a cava or rosé. The fare is pretty traditional, with French toast and pancakes alongside flatbreads and salads, but they're perfect al fresco summer dishes.
Sure it offers three variations on the typical mimosa, but Tanta proves weekends can be much more interesting with a flight of infused piscos or the famous El Chingon made with jalapeño Tanteo tequila, Fidencio mezcal, lime, and cilantro. Brunch dishes like the lomito saltado, a beef stir-fry with fried egg, all have Chef Acurio’s Peruvian flair. And you can enjoy them all on the stunning roof terrace.