Copper Fox

Famous for: Creating appetizing tweaks on classic comfort food.

Chef feature: Executive Chef Courtney Pierce serves up his variations of comfort foods with a creative twist in a modern American Gastropub while captivating his guests with his staff’s signature Midwestern hospitality .

Feed Your Curiosity.

Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it had no ill effects on the fox. That’s the because the fox has a more tasteful form of curiosity, one that is smart and selective.

Fun Foodie Facts:

  • All of the beers on tap come from within a 15 mile radius of the hotel.
  • The brownie came to fruition back in 1893, when local socialite Bertha Palmer, wife to Potter Palmer (of the Palmer House fame), charged her pastry chef with concocting a dessert that was suitable for ladies attending the Columbian Exposition (aka the Chicago World’s Fair) to have.  
  • The ground Copper Fox is built on is actually the childhood home of Edward Stone, who was the first American soldier killed in WW1.
  • Copper Fox does have a cocktail they crafted in his honor called the Sour Eddie.  



Our recos:

Try the biscuits. They took sixteen tries to get exactly right, so you know they’re good! Join the staff for great Happy Hour specials from 4:30pm-6:30pm (M-F) like $6 Moscow Mules and $1 Biscuits!

15% Off Coupon

Receive 15% off your total purchase on a return visit!

Sunday Funday never tasted so good! Hop on this fast-paced tour as we brunch our way around Wrigleyville!

Tour Length3 Hours
Cost$85 Adult With Alcohol | $65 Adult (no alcohol) | $50 Adolescent | Free Child (6 & Under)
Tour Distance0.8 Miles

This tour is complete with treats from 6 bakeries, stories of ethnic holiday traditions, & ample shopping time to purchase additional goods.

Tour Length4 hours
Cost$115 Adult | $59 Adolescent (8-15) | Free Child (0-7)
Tour Distance6 Bakery Stops
NeighborhoodsNorth Shore, Sheridan Road, Village of Winnetka
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