Cape Cod is proud to announce its new Summer Menu created by Executive Chef Herve Cuyeu. The new menu highlights the young, natural, vibrant flavors of the summer including Patagonian Trout, Whiskey Grilled Main Lobster, and Skuna Bay Salmon.
In addition to its new menu, Cape Cod has implemented new flash sales beginning Monday, September 1st. These sales highlight Cape Cod’s extensive wine list and a new oyster bar. Join us on Mondays and Tuesdays for half off of Captain’s Wine List and on Fridays and Saturdays for the Oyster Bar Happy Hour.
Whether you're meeting for the first time, discussing business deal, or entertaining a client do so with Coq d'or's or Drake Bros' Business Power Lunch. Offering a menu and atmosphere ideal for any business meeting, this 3 course prix-fixe menus features your choice of a first course, entrée, and dessert. The Business Power Lunch is offered in The Drake Hotel's Coq d'Or and Drake Bros' restaurant, and is available from 11AM- 2PM for $16.95.
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Cape Cod is proud to announce its new summer menu created by Executive Chef, Herve Cuyeu. The menu features seasonal offerings that have an emphasis on freshness and high quality ingredients. The vibrant flavors have been perfectly matched by Chef Herve in a creative way, fashioning summer's best flavors. From The Hot Pot of scallops, shrimp and mussels topped in a succulent green garlic broth, to the Patagonian Trout seared and served with roasted heirloom tomatoes, there is something to please every palate.
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A New Menu for Old Traditions
Chicago’s Cape Cod Room has been synonymous with fresh seafood since 1933. This year’s new summer menu features quintessential seasonal delights including: lobster cobb salad, cedar plank roasted Skuna Bay salmon, and crab stuffed shrimp. Also, beachgoers can grab an appetizer and specialty cocktail for $15—the best prices on the Gold Coast, just the way it was intended.
When Cape Cod opened, in an era of immense economic downturn, The Drake too was affected by The Great Depression: ownership was turned over, occupancy was down, and prohibition had led to crime throughout the city. The goal of the Cape Cod Room was to bring fresh seafood to the masses at a reasonable price, and raise the spirit of the city. In the early 20th century, travel was difficult and expensive, it was likely that a Chicagoan would go their entire life without seeing the ocean, let alone eat fresh seafood. Now, in a similar age of economic recovery, Cape Cod has reverted back to its earlier mentality: affordable fresh seafood, for the masses, seven days a week (4 PM – 10 PM Friday and Saturday, 5:30 PM—10 PM Sunday through Thursday). For reservations call 312.932.4337 or email.