Ada St. takes visitors back (yard) with their outdoor picnic concept.
Courtesy Ada St.
Most picnics are strictly DIY, from sourcing food to picking a locale. But in fair weather, Chicago’s new restaurant Ada St. throws open its garage door (and back wall) to offer outdoor dining on wooden picnic tables on its (fake) rear lawn.
A separate backyard menu features picnic-friendly foods — think fried chicken and veggies — plus craft cocktails, all served by waiters. Ground-dwelling diners can bask in the glow of a wood fire. Frisbees, however, are verboten.
1664 N. Ada St.