Tuesday, August 13, 2013

What We're Loving - Maude's Liquor Bar

Randolph Street, the West Loop strip that's host to many of Chicago's most regarded restaurants, has been home to Maude's Liquor Bar for a couple years now. But somehow, we find ourselves loving it more with each additional visit. The two-story, 'rustic, rough Frenchy divey bar' is highly recommended for it's food as well as it's speciality cocktails. On the ground level drinks are served in simple mason jars, but when you head up one floor, expect to find more labor-intensive concoctions that are an attraction in their own right. From the signature 'Maude's Punch' to the absinthe-containing 'Sazerac', the cocktails are carefully crafted masterpieces. So when you're tired of the typical cosmo or glass of Chardonnay, a visit to Maude's ensures a re-awakened appreciation for fine mixology, and not to mention, delicious French-inspired cuisine.

By Emily Cleary, MDPR Social Media Director

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