Coq D’Or

Coq D’Or

Known as the second establishment in Chicago to score a post-Prohibition liquor license, this vintage boite is known for its generous martinis (four lush ounces, best enjoyed on the rocks). But it’s the ambiance—red leather booths, wood panelled walls, and an old time crooner belting out cabaret tunes on the piano—that truly pay homage to its bygone Prohibition days. Find Coq D’or behind the elevators at the upscale Drake Hotel.  

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