DeBlogs > Brooke Jackson > Chicago Eats Beatrix Market
By Brooke Jackson /
April 25, 2018 /
Posted in: Navigating DePaul, Life in Chicago, Student Life /
Beatrix’s website describes the new location as a “quick grab & go experience featuring a large self-serve salad, soup, and hot food bar, rotating chef-prepared salads, sandwiches, and snacks, as well as premium nut and chocolate offerings showcasing local artisans.” The food options here are literally endless. With more than seven hot and cold food bars, a pizza counter, two grab and go pre-packaged coolers, and a coffee and pastry bar, you can satisfy any food craving you have here.
As a part of Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group, Beatrix has several restaurants and markets across the city. They are known for their modern take on American food, and their market locations are specifically targeted towards those looking for a quick bite. Not only does Beatrix Market offer a variety of food options, but they include fresh ingredients in their meals depending on what’s in season. From greens, grains, sprouts, and fruits and vegetables, you can always find a fresh and healthy option.
While there are many food options to choose from in the loop campus, the addition of Beatrix Market is great for DePaul students and staff. Not only can you choose from a variety of foods, but the atmosphere of the market makes it perfect to pass those couple hours in between classes. I might be a little bitter that this location opened during the last quarter of my senior year at DePaul, but I plan on stopping by every chance I get.