It's hard to separate the food at Time Out Market, which is quite good, from the experience of eating it in such a vast, loud, distracting room (Graham Meyer reviewed four vendors for Crain's last week). At lunchtime, high-top communal tables fill up fast with cheek-by-jowl 20-somethings jostling for territory, waiting for their buzzers to buzz (food's ready for pickup!) and perhaps wondering if they ordered the right thing, given so many choices.
Adding to the too-muchness, some perfectly fine bites get lost in blizzards of ingredients. Duck Inn Dogs' humble-sounding Chicago original beef-and-duck hot dog ($10) is topped with so many photogenic fixings, you're surprised to encounter a wiener under them; a Big Apple version ($12) goes wild with apple-caraway sauerkraut, horseradish mustard, pickles and a cloud of crunchy fried onions. Duck-fat fries are extra ($5). Two thin patties strain for attention in Mini Mott's cult-favorite original double cheeseburger ($12), unwieldy with American cheese, shoestring fried sweet potatoes, pickled jalapeno, miso-butter onions and hoisin aioli on a Hawaiian roll. Even Lost Larson's inherently complex, green-marzipan-draped duchess cake ($9 for a wedge)—which, still in mourning for the truly lost Swedish Bakery in Andersonville, we're happy to have at all—gilds its own lily with fussy flourishes.7072彩票开户 7073彩票地址 963彩票开户 7073彩票网址 689彩票邀请码 7073彩票注册 8炫彩彩票app 677彩票开户 7073彩票登录 66顺彩票app