Beatnik West Town is a restaurant venue located in Chicago, IL, that presents its courtyard event space. Inspired by the bohemian culture of the 1960s, this eclectic establishment provides a unique backdrop for memorable experiences. The venue’s executive chef creates dynamic dishes with international flair to intrigue guests’ tastebuds.
The colorful courtyard is influenced by Andalusian architecture and interior design. Terracotta tiles blanket the floor, bar, and planters, creating intricate patterns throughout. Exposed brick walls and tall plants blend urban and natural elements. The restaurant’s tables are fitted with umbrellas imported from Bali to provide shade during sunny days. This space is available for use year-round as it has a retractable glass ceiling.
Beatnik West Town’s chef Marcos Campos is inspired by cuisines from all around the globe. His dishes reflect Mediterranean, Asian, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and South American flavors. Using local ingredients, the menus change with the seasons. Dinner menu categories are Spreads, Mezze, and The Feast, each designed for sharing. The restaurant also serves brunch for early parties. Expert bartenders create craft cocktails as dynamic as the cuisine to complete the experience. Like the culinary menu, drink options change based on what ingredients are seasonally available.