By Kailley Lindman | April 5, 2017 | Food & Drink
What's new on Bohemian House's spring dinner menu, and who’s participating in Revival Food Hall's Taco Tuesday Mash-Up? That and more in this week's dining news....
Pickled beef collar at Bohemian House.
This European concept has turned into a staple River North dining destination, but that hasn't stopped it from keeping things fresh with an ever-evolving menu. The latest dinner offerings include pickled beef collar, a photogenic roasted pink beets starter with charred cucumber, celery root cream, and walnut chip, and a chocolate dort dessert finished with blueberry, milk sorbet, and caramelized milk. 11 W. Illinois St., 312-955-0439
Just in time for rooftop season, this sultry, multi-floor cocktail bar and restaurant has unveiled a handful of large-format cocktails to complement its redesigned rooftop garden. The shareable sips include the Neon Mule, made with Absolut Elyx, Leblon Cachaca, kaffir lime, ginger, and citrus; the Belvedere-based Troubled Times; and the Disco Jungle, a complex blend of dark rum, Absolut, pineapple, Cocchi Rosa, black walnut, citrus, and mint. 111 W. Hubbard St., 312-828-9000
Forget those ubiquitous rabbit-shaped chocolates—this Easter, we only have eyes for this local doughnut shop's adorable holiday-ready doughnuts. The festive doughnuts include a vanilla iced "Bunny Butt" doughnut made with a sprinkle-encrusted doughnut hole "tail" and candy "paws" and a classic glazed doughnut with pastel sprinkles and "Happy Easter" written in icing. The whimsical confections are available at all locations April 14-16 only. Multiple locations
Stop by this airy Oak St. staple Wednesdays through Sundays between 3 and 6 p.m. to enjoy its posh new high tea service. Offerings include Bombay Chai black tea, Wild Berry Hibiscus herbal tea, Royal Tea selections like Blueberry Merlot and Raspberry Nectar herbal teas, and more from tea purveyor Tea Forté, as well as edible accompaniments like smoked salmon profiteroles, zucchini bread, and white chocolate dried cranberry scones with vanilla creme fraiche and honey butter. The special service starts at $35 per person; the Royal Tea upgrade is an additional $19 per person. 104 E. Oak St., 312-445-0060
Join Antique Taco Chiquito and other Revival Food Hall vendors, like Aloha Poke Co., Smoque BBQ, and The Budlong, on April 11 at 6 p.m. for a special taco-centric event. Each vendor partaking in this culinary mash-up will create a unique take on a taco that can be enjoyed alongside chips and salsa and your choice of margarita or Mexican beer. Buy tickets ($35 per person) at brownpapertickets.com. 125 S. Clark St., 773-999-9411
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BOHEMIAN HOUSE