What to Eat at Fish Bar; Plus a Look Around

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A little over a year after two fine dining chefs (David Morton and Michael Kornick) decided to team up and create DMK Burger Bar, the two have opened a new seafood joint called Fish Bar. Its name kind of says everything. Like DMK, which is immediately next door, it features an approachable menu where everything is under $20, but where each dish looks like it had a professional chef carefully create it. We were able to take a look around last night, and also got our hands on the full menu. You can check out both after the jump.

As befits a seafood joint, the restaurant is decked out in light blue, boats, and other nautical gear. But what about the menu? Turns out there is a little bit of everything, as the menu is divided into eight different sections, including raw, fried, and a la plancha. There are raw oysters, of course, but you can also find ceviche, carpaccio, and something call fried belly clams clams.

As the name also suggests, there is a lot to drink. All of the cocktails are called “Sea Sippers,” and there is even a drink called the “Negroni Baloney.” Of course, you could also settle for a beer or a glass of wine.

Check out both the drink and dinner menu, and the slideshow and let us know what you think.

Fish Bar, 2956 N. Sheffield, Chicago, IL 60657

Fish Bar Menu [PDF]
Fish Bar Drink Menu [PDF]

What to Eat at Fish Bar; Plus a Look Around