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By Lisa Shames | Photo: Anthony Tahlier | Additional reporting by Liz Grossman, Chandler Rollins, Sarah Ryan, Jessie Sardina & David Zivan | June 30, 2016
With big, bold paintings and art installations adorning its walls, it's hard to know where to look first at Fulton Market Kitchen. With chef Curren now in charge of the kitchen, we tend to keep our attention focused right in front of us on plates of rabbit meatballs ($15) and lamb ragout with hummus and housemade pita ($9). Art on the walls and plates? Sounds like a no-brainer. 311 N. Sangamon St., 312.733.6900