Copper Fox

Famous for: Creating appetizing tweaks on classic comfort food.

Chef feature: Executive Chef Courtney Pierce serves up his variations of comfort foods with a creative twist in a modern American Gastropub while captivating his guests with his staff’s signature Midwestern hospitality .

Feed Your Curiosity.

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it had no ill effects on the fox. That’s the because the fox has a more tasteful form of curiosity, one that is smart and selective.

Fun Foodie Facts:

  • All of the beers on tap come from within a 15 mile radius of the hotel.
  • The brownie came to fruition back in 1893, when local socialite Bertha Palmer, wife to Potter Palmer (of the Palmer House fame), charged her pastry chef with concocting a dessert that was suitable for ladies attending the Columbian Exposition (aka the Chicago World’s Fair) to have.  
  • The ground Copper Fox is built on is actually the childhood home of Edward Stone, who was the first American soldier killed in WW1.
  • Copper Fox does have a cocktail they crafted in his honor called the Sour Eddie.  



Our recos:

Try the biscuits. They took sixteen tries to get exactly right, so you know they’re good! Join the staff for great Happy Hour specials from 4:30pm-6:30pm (M-F) like $6 Moscow Mules and $1 Biscuits!

15% Off Coupon

Receive 15% off your total purchase on a return visit!

Sunday Funday never tasted so good! Hop on this fast-paced tour as we brunch our way around Wrigleyville!

Tour Length3 Hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $65 Adult (no alcohol) | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance0.8 Miles

Discover why Pilsen was named one of the “12 Coolest Neighborhoods Around the World” by Forbes on our Street Foods of Pilsen Food Tour.  

Tour Length3 hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance1.4 miles
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