Venue Info

Randolph St. is no stranger to Latin American cuisine. Ronero, though, ups the ante on Restaurant Row. It’s a Latin American restaurant, with Caribbean, Cuban, and Central American influence, and a penchant for rum. Chef Corey Morris (formerly of Rural Society and Jose Garces’ Mercat a la Planxa in the South Loop) helms the kitchen, turning out dishes combining the culinary flavors of various Central and South American regions, giving his traditionally rooted plates some kicked-up creativity. Expect dishes like a hamburger with chorizo marmalade, and yucca fries, ceviche, empanadas, or a whole, fried red snapper with coconut-cola rice and fried plantains. Upstairs, the second-floor lounge is rum-centric with a speakeasy-adjacent atmosphere and tableside cocktail service. The lounge is open late to keep the Latin spirit alive well beyond your dinner.

Ronero Chicago
Chicago

Ronero

Ronero

Randolph St. is no stranger to Latin American cuisine. Ronero, though, ups the ante on Restaurant Row. It’s a Latin American restaurant, with Caribbean, Cuban, and Central American influence, and a penchant for rum. Chef Corey Morris (formerly of Rural Society and Jose Garces’ Mercat a la Planxa in the South Loop) helms the kitchen, turning out dishes combining the culinary flavors of various Central and South American regions, giving his traditionally rooted plates some kicked-up creativity. Expect dishes like a hamburger with chorizo marmalade, and yucca fries, ceviche, empanadas, or a whole, fried red snapper with coconut-cola rice and fried plantains. Upstairs, the second-floor lounge is rum-centric with a speakeasy-adjacent atmosphere and tableside cocktail service. The lounge is open late to keep the Latin spirit alive well beyond your dinner.