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New Menu American River North

Travelle at The Langham announces its return of breakfast and weekend brunch operations resuming Wednesday, May 5. Newly appointed Chef de Cuisine Qi Ai is welcoming guests back into the dining room. A restaurant along the scenic Chicago River, Travelle features dishes made with the fresh ingredients alongside classic cocktails.

For breakfast, diners can order some of Travelle’s menu selections including Bruschetta Eggs with Basil Pesto, Mozzarella, Heirloom Tomatoes, Arugula, and Country Bread ($18); Travelle Benedict with Lobster, Spinach, and Truffle Hollandaise ($29); and Skillet Cinnamon Role with Warm Cinnamon Spice and Cream Cheese Glaze ($14). Chef Qi is premiering several brand-new dishes including the Chorizo Skillet with Eggs, Chorizo, Fingerling Potatoes, Spring Onion, and Piquillo Aioli ($18).

Guests will also be offered Travelle Bar’s revamped brunch offerings every Saturday and Sunday. Menu highlights include the  Grand ‘Maine Lobster Roll’ with Brown Butter Hollandaise, Celery, and Peppers ($32) and Sweet Potato Black Bean Burger with Carolina Barbeque Sauce, Corn, and Avocado Relish ($20). New items to the brunch menu include the Cream of Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with Sunchoke, Smoked Pear, Celery, and Bacon ($14) and Pork Belly Banh Mi Sandwich, a modern spin on Chef Qi’s adored childhood dish, with Hoisin Glaze, Pickled Carrot, Radish, and Fresh Herbs ($21).

Alongside a curated wine list, Travelle’s beverage program includes a cocktail menu. Mixologist Slava Borisov offers an array of hand-crafted beverages. Beverage highlights include the London Lover made with vanilla infused Belvedere Vodka, passionfruit, crème de pêche, and Prosecco ($20); Northern Pearl with Grey Goose, mead wine, fall syrup, lemon, and grapefruit bitters ($17); and the non-alcoholic Blackberry Smash with blackberry, basil, lime, and soda ($8). Bar service continues to be available Wednesday through Sunday.

For health and safety measures, temperature screenings are required to enter Travelle at The Langham. Face coverings must be worn in the public areas and while seated when interacting with Travelle staff. Proper social distancing measures must always be observed. Travelle will be unable to accommodate additional guests to parties without prior confirmation and will enforce a maximum table time of two hours so the team may sanitize the space and maintain a safe occupancy level. Currently, Travelle at The Langham accepts payment in the form of a room charge or credit card only, as cash is not accepted. 


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