“The main reason I wanted to put a ham sandwich on is so I would have ham sandwiches laying around for me and my staff to eat when we were hungry,” joked Noah Sandoval, chef and proprietor of Oriole.
Sandoval’s degustation-style delicacies has earned 4 stars from the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Journal together with its two Michelin stars. As a result of the thrill for Oriole has the restaurant booked two months in advance, Sandoval wished to supply meals at the bar for his or her evening cap service beginning at 10 p.m.
“I think it’s pretty unique to be able to come into a place like Oriole and not have to spend 3 1/2 hours here,” Sandoval stated. “You’re listening to the same music, having the same bartenders, and having the same quality of service but also able to eat a ham sandwich. I think that’s pretty fun.”
The sandwich begins with a toasted baguette from PHlour Bakery in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood and is dressed with Roelli raclette cheese, Uncommon Tea Cellar walnut mustard, and lemon poppy seed vinaigrette-tossed arugula. Two meats are the celebs of the present: Edwards Virginia Smokehouse nation ham and Smoking Goose mortadella. Diners can even get a specialty rum cocktail and peanut-caramel cookie together with the sandwich.
“The trifecta is magic,” Sandoval stated. “I think it’s a no-brainer and it’s what I’d get if I came in here.”
Reservations for Oriole’s nightcap service can be made via Tock for 1-6 company at $20 a seat. For extra info go to oriolechicago.com