The restaurant, Next Bistro that notoriously makes the Foodable Chicago Top 25 Restaurants list almost every month, has announced its new menu. Next also used Twitter to share a interactive video of their new menu to their 33,900 followers. The restaurant has lowered its sticker shocking pricing from $245 per person to roughly $100 to $120 per person. Not only is the restaurant using a ticketing system, but they are selling season tickets to diners.
So what does this new price point get you? Six items including, the Premier Plat, caramelized onion tart with gruyere and anchovies and the Plat Principal, leg of lamb with vegetables, olives, and rosemary. However, the restaurant is also offering "chalkboard substitutions" for an extra cost. This is where the meal can get more extravagant. So even though, the basic menu price point has dropped, the tempting chalkboard offerings can easily get the diner to spend more than $200 for the meal. Read More