VALENTINE’S DAY: SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEB 13 & FEB 14

A Rendezvous in Spain. Escape to Spain for an enchanting evening on Valentine’s Day Weekend.  Our enjoy our Spanish-themed Prix Fixe Menu while strolling guitarists provide a romantic backdrop for a very special evening.(Note: Regular Menu is available)
Make your reservations!!!

Valentine’s Day Prix Fixe Menu:

Soup or Salad: Choice of Gazpacho Soup or Meditarranean Salad

Appetizer: Shrimp & Avocado on a bed of Bibb lettuce with Avocado Mayo dressing

Choice of Entrees: 
* 10oz Grilled Flank Steak marinated in Hazelnut Coffee
* 10oz Grilled Cod with Mango Orange Salsa

Choice of Desserts: 
* Chocolate Flan and Blood Orange-Key Lime Granita

Sunday FunDay Sunday Brunch

Sundays are perfect for kicking back and taking life easy. Especially on a gorgeous, breezy summer afternoon. With a spicy Bloody Mary, preferably.

That’s what’s so chill about Brunch – you can take care of two meals in one, eat it at a later hour, sip a cocktail with it, and no one even raises an eyebrow.

Have you ever stopped by for our Sunday Brunch at Flight 112? We’ve got all the ingredients for a laid back Sunday, including a fabulous patio on which to enjoy it!

It’s worth noting that we make all of our food from scratch, even our ketchup. In fact, you’ll see some of our handgrown plants surrounding the perimeter of our patio. Both Chef Mike and Visal incorporate these garden fresh herbs and produce into our food and drinks. (speaking of drinks – just wait till you see the infused cocktails coming soon!)

Yes, you’ll find the breakfast basics, such as eggs and pancakes. But even those have their own distinctive touches, like our Truffle Egg Omelet, made with Truffle Tremor Cheese, which imparts a hint of earthiness. Or our Bananas Foster French Toast, a rich, sweet delight.

And you’ve got to try our Mexican Oatmeal – it’s not your momma’s porridge! Based on a long last recipe from the old Cafe Las Bellas Artes, this special dish hails from the Mexico City region. Cafe Las Bellas Artes was the iconic Mexican restaurant that formerly occupied our building. Our Art Director Donna Castellanos secured the recipe from a friend of a friend of the original owner.

“It has a dessert feel to it,” describes Castellanos, “With a breath of cinnamon!”

Rounding out the more lunch-ey type items, you’ll find a grownup version of grilled cheese, made with fresh basil and Iberico cheese, all on fresh brioche; several fresh salads, and Shrimp & Grits.

Did you know that our Brunch menu is available for private parties and events? We can even mix and match a couple of Brunch items with our regular menu.

Personally, I think our Bloody Mary is one of the best around! Our menu boasts several other interesting Brunch cocktails, along with brunch beers. Can’t wait till football season.

Summertime, Party Time is Here!

Yes, Chicago, it’s finally here! Planting season, warm rays of sunshine caressing our faces, and long summer nights. And most of all, it’s time for summertime drinking outdoors and BBQs!

Is there nothing better than enjoying a frosty cold beer while feeling a warm breeze waft across your shoulders? We are blessed to have a lovely and private patio here at Flight 112 to share with our guests! Featuring patio table seating, it’s the perfect place to enjoy dinner on a summer evening or several drinks with friends.

Did you know that our patio can be rented out for your private events? It’s connected to our lounge area and rented together as one venue, providing a unique indoor/outdoor environment for parties. Perfect for graduations, birthdays, and even fundraising events. Guests have plenty of room to mill about and socialize. Your buffet is set up in the lounge area, and is replenished throughout the event. All you have to do is enjoy!

Speaking of barbecues, we can customize our menu to please you! Want a BBQ, Taco Bar, or even a Clambake? Just ask and we’ll do our utmost to make your event special!

We Are Participating In James Beard Week

James Beard was a pioneer in the world of American restaurants and cooking – he helped to lay the foundation for what we now know as the local foodie movement. Emphasizing local products and fresh ingredients, part of his mission as a food connoisseur, according to author David Kamp, was “to defend the pleasure of real cooking and fresh ingredients against the assault of the Jell-O-mold people and the domestic scientists”.

Beard’s food philosophy resonates deeply with us at Flight 112. We believe in wholesome American food done right, using quality ingredients that are made from scratch. Modern American food, not fussy, but delicious and satisfying; quality foods that combine in harmony.

Did you know that we make everything from scratch on our menu? Even our ketchup is handcrafted from scratch. No crazy ingredients – just local, slow food at its best!