In accordance with the CDC and the City of Chicago local guidelines, we welcome guests with the following assurances established to ensure everyone’s health, safety and enjoyment.
- When visiting Coq d'Or, you pledge you are not exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19, including a fever over 100 degrees, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, loss of smell or taste or known close contact with someone who has Covid-19
- Valid proof of vaccination is required for all patrons ages 5 and older to enter Coq d'Or. Face coverings are required for all individuals and should be worn at all times, with the exception of dining at your table.
The Gold Coast neighborhood favorite, Coq d'Or, returns for dining and cocktails. Join us for an Executive Pour Martini, or as we like to call it...a martini with a side of martini.
Coq D’Or Cupid’s Crush Dessert
Strut in between 4:00pm and 10pm with your number one gal or guy on your arm February 1-19 for a Valentine Dessert prepared by our Executive Chef that's worthy of sharing. Served with two spoons, fo course.
Menu - Coming Soon
Coq d’Or Pick Your Valentine’s Martini Style
Pucker up for our heart-eye worthy Executive Pour Martinis– a martini with a side of martini. For Valentine’s Day and throughout the month of February, we’ll be offering love style concoctions for the Dirty, the Sweet and even the non-committal, Ghost.
Valentine Martini Menu -- Coming Soon
Coq d'Or - A Real Chicago Tradition
The second establishment in Chicago to obtain a liquor license, this Gold Coast Neighborhood fixture opened on December 6, 1933 following the repeal of Prohibition. The patina of Coq d’Or blends rich wood paneling, rogue leather accents, live weekend entertainment and a cozy glow to a evoke a truly nostalgic vibe.
Here, pre-prohibition standbys, 8 decades of iconic cocktails and new favorites are mixed, shaken or stirred to astonish the taste buds and amaze the eye. And for those who like it on the rocks or straight up, our branded Rye Whiskey curated in conjunction with FEW Spirits, an award-winning local distillery, is one of numerous batches and blends that will ignite and delight the palette of any whiskey connoisseur.
And the soup…is the perfect bowl of tradition. The Bookbinders Red Snapper Soup named after the restaurant of its provenance, Bookbinders, which opened in 1865 in Philadelphia has been served here since the 1930s. A tomato-and-roux-based soup with meaty red snapper fish accompanied by a crystal decanter of sherry… a REAL CHICAGO tradition among locals.