LEÑA BRAVA | 900 WEST RANDOLPH STREET | CHICAGO | 312-733-1975
LOCATION AND HOURS
|LOCATION:||Leña Brava is located on Randolph Street in Chicago’s bustling West Loop neighborhood. Valet parking is available.|
|ADDRESS:||900 West Randolph Street – Chicago, IL 60607|
|HOURS:||Tuesday through Thursday: 5:00-10:00 PM
Friday and Saturday: 5:00-11:00 PM
Sunday Brunch 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Sunday Dinner 5:00-9:00 PM
|GIFTS:||Give the gift of Fire and Ice! SHOP GIFT CARDS HERE!|
|RESERVATIONS:||RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED. Leña takes reservations for up to 8 guests. Contact the restaurant at (312) 733-1975, or use the button below.|
For Valentine’s Day 2020 reservations click here.
Leña Brava reservation policy: Leña takes reservations for up to 8 guests. To make your reservation, contact the restaurant at (312) 733-1975, or use the button below. We take reservations six months in advance, and reservations are recommended.
For Valentine’s Day 2020 reservations:
PRIVATE EVENTS AT LEÑA BRAVA
For private party options, contact Lisa Carlson at email@example.com or by calling (312) 733-1975. We proudly offer unique flavors, Baja vibes and custom “fire and ice” party menus from Chef Rick Bayless. Ready to begin planning your unforgettable party? Click below and let’s talk.
ABOUT LEÑA BRAVA
Fire and ice have never played so well together. Leña Brava — ”ferocious wood” — takes its inspiration from the multicultural seaside elements of Baja California Norte, the region’s celebration of live-fire cooking and the area’s world-class wines.
The raw bar tempts with spicy aguachiles and unique ceviches while the kitchen satisfies with everything cooked on an open hearth and wood-burning oven. With one of the country’s best selections of mezcal and wines from the much-heralded Valle de Guadalupe, Leña Brava evokes the unique flavors of one of Mexico’s most vibrant regions.
Our seafood is sourced from sustainable fisheries and environmentally responsible aquaculture enterprises. Our tortillas are handmade from heirloom corn grown in Oaxaca, Mexico!
Leña Brava combines Frontera Grill’s high-energy atmosphere with Topolobampo’s thrill of discovery.
— Phil Vettel, Chicago Tribune