An array of small plates at the official launch of Lirica at Sable Chicago.

An array of small plates at the official launch of Lirica at Sable Chicago.

Lírica, the new Latin-inspired restaurant located in Sable Chicago (900 E. Grand), officially launched last night (April 22) on Navy Pier. A small group, 50 invitees per Covid restrictions, enjoyed a casual atmosphere that invites relaxation along with spectacular lake and skyline views.

The menu is a celebration of Mexican, Spanish, Portuguese and Caribbean dishes that include tacos, Spanish omelettes, fresh fish and roasted meats, along with regional, seasonal vegetables in shared plates.

Lírica is Spanish for lyric, or expression of feeling and emotion. We’ve developed a restaurant and bar concept that will harmonize flavor-fueled fare, an upbeat, high-spirited scene and unparalleled views to create a once-in-a-lifetime feeling for our guests.” said Brittney Munro, General Manager at Lírica. “Lírica will serve as a celebration of culture and an ideal getaway for all, right here in the heart of Chicago.”

Inside/patio dining available for breakfast, lunch and dinner beginning at 6 am--10 pm. (For more info or to make a res, visit : or call (872) 710-5703.) 

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