We’re about to find out what would happen if Riot Fest opened a restaurant.
Riot Fest has joined forces with the team behind the widely successful pop-up diner Saved By The Max to bring you The Riot Feast, a limited-time restaurant and bar in Chicago with Riot Fest-inspired family-style American bites in a turn-of-the-century carnival environment. Located at 1941 W. North Ave., in Chicago, The Riot Feast opens on July 8th for a three-month run.
Is the food going to be any good? Yes. The food is going to be amazing. We’re collaborating with critically-acclaimed executive chef Brian Fisher (Schwa, Entente) to develop some unique and delicious Riot Fest-inspired menu items. Drinks? Oh yeah, we have some amazing cocktails headed your way too.
Hungry patrons can purchase advance tickets now for seatings in the Nosh Pit for $20 (bar seating), GA for $25 (communal dining), or VIP for $35 (reserved elevated tables).
GA reservations include 9 dishes served family style as a communal experience. VIP reservations include 9 dishes served family style at your own table. The Nosh Pit reservation is a deposit towards items from our bar menu.
Questions about tickets and how The Riot Feast works? Check out our FAQ.
The Riot Feast will only be open for a limited-time and will close at the end of September.
The Riot Feast will be open Wednesday to Sunday nights with an “after-hours” late night bar menu to be served starting at 10pm. Two seatings per night at 6pm and 8pm are planned – as well as a limited VIP seating at 10PM, when The Riot Feast transforms into a carnival speakeasy. With a limited bar menu and circus freaks drinking alongside patrons, The Riot Feast’s after-hours will provide Chicago’s miscreants and ne’er-do-wells a place where they can feel at home.
Come and join us at The Riot Feast. One of us, one of us. Gooble-gobble, gooble-gobble.