Chicago began to feel like true winter just in time for National Soup Month. Diners seeking a warm up can visit several Chicagoland restaurants that will be celebrating all month long with rotating soups and specials. Read on to find out which soups sound the tastiest to us!
Rotating Soups at Caffè RōM
Guests can celebrate National Soup Month at Caffè RōM, the European-style caffé and Italian-inspired coffee bar with three downtown locations (in the Hyatt Center, in the Prudential Building, and at The Shoreham). They will be offering a variety of rotating seasonal soups, available from $4.95 to $6.05. A vegan and/or vegetarian option will always be available, and examples of the rotating soup flavors include Roasted Tomato Bisque, Cream of Carrot & Asparagus, Potato Escarole, Tomato Chickpea, Chicken Tortilla and more.
Ramen Special at MAK
Chicagoans can warm up for National Soup Month this January at MAK (1924 W. Division) and enjoy their new MAK Ramen for $10. The ramen features tender grass fed beef, bok choy, carrots, green onion, hardboiled egg and flour noodles in a savory beef broth.
Lobster Bisque at 437 Rush
Phil Stefani's 437 Rush (437 N. Rush St.) celebrates National Soup Month all month long with a Lobster Bisque soup available daily for $9 at lunch or $10 at dinner.
Daily Soups at Riva Crab House
In honor of National Soup Month, Riva Crab House (700 E. Grand Ave.) will feature a selection of daily soups created by Executive Chef Luigi Garcia like Riva Clam Chowder (New England style, fresh clam meat; $7 lunch and $8 dinner) and Lobster Corn Bisque (sherry, brandy, Maine lobster; $9 lunch and dinner).
Daily Soup Selection at Tuscany Restaurants
Guests can celebrate National Soup Month with traditional Minestrone ($6 lunch, $7 dinner) and Pasta e Fagioli ($6 lunch, $7 dinner) at Tuscany Restaurant this January. All three Tuscany Restaurants, located in Chicago (1014 W. Taylor St.), Oak Brook (1415 W. 22nd St.) and Wheeling (550 S. Milwaukee Ave.), will be offering the soups in January.