Top Seafood Spots for Lenten Dining

March 08, 2014

Kinmont Fish

Lent is a time for sacrifice and cleansing, which incidentally means a huge uptick in fish consumption. Fortunately, dining in Chicago affords ample opportunities to chow down at fish-centric restaurants without sacrificing flavor.

Kinmont (419 W. Superior St.)

The latest fish-focused spot to open in Chicago is Kinmont, and it also happens to be the city’s first entirely sustainably sourced seafood restaurant. Fish come from near (the Great Lakes) and far (not the Great Lakes) for dishes small and large. Start with some oysters before diving into marinated mussels, crab legs, and cobia crudo, followed by heftier portions of grilled sturgeon, whitefish chowder, squid ink spaghetti, and the catch of the day.
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