Parson's Chicken & Fish: Lincoln Park
Art Direction / Build / Concept / Curate / Design
“In this landscape of hyper esoteric menus, it’s refreshing to break bread - or ham-hock hush puppies - al fresco in the company of high flavor and low pretension.” —Travel + Leisure
Parson’s Chicken and Fish now has a second location in Lincoln Park! Located just north of the intersection of Fullerton, Lincoln, and Halsted (2435 N Halsted St), the new location features an open kitchen, 110 table seats, 30 bar seats, bleacher space for drinking, a ping pong table, and a patio space ready for spring.
It was all designed and fabricated by Land and Sea Dept. and companion company Mode Carpentry. Parson’s Lincoln Park space features a soaring vault ceiling and skylights throughout, bringing tons of natural light (and patio vibes) inside — plus huge planters and garage doors that will be open once warm weather hits.
All of Chef Hunter Moore’s beloved fried and fresh offerings are available at the new location, as well as beverage director Charlie Schott’s slushies, cocktails, beer and wine, including Revolution Brewing’s Parson’s Beer and the Hopewell Brewing Co. x LSD Pale Ale .
Parson’s Lincoln Park has the same hours as the Logan Square location (11a - 12a Monday - Friday, 10a - 12a Saturday and Sunday), which means Lincoln Park gets brunch and late night eats daily, plus happy hour Monday - Friday from 3-6pm and Tuesday Burger Nights.
See you in the (other) neighborhood!