Roaring '20s-themed Portillo's Opens On Chicago's Northwest Side

Posted: Nov 04, 2020

Chicago restaurant, Portillo's, opened its newest location this week on the city's Northwest Side, temporarily providing delivery and drive-through service only.

The iconic restaurant, known for hot dogs, beef, burgers and salad, opened at the intersection of Addison and Kimball in Chicago's Avondale neighborhood on Monday.

After an opening delay, Portillo's said the spot will still have the initially planned "Chicago in the Roaring '20s" theme with Prohibition-inspired stills, World’s Fair photos and a 1920s antique truck suspended from the ceiling.

The interior takes Chicagoans through the city's history from the 1920s to the Great Depression and the New Deal, Portillo's said in a release.

The 9,000-square-foot space will include seating for more than 280 people, as well as a seasonal outdoor patio and double drive-thru, according to a Portillo's statement.

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