Sugar Factory Chicago

With locations in some of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, including Las Vegas, New York City, Bahrain, Chicago, Miami, Dubai, Orlando and Manila, Sugar Factory is known the world over for its celebrity-endorsed Couture Pops, which have turned sweets into the latest designer accessory. Iconic superstars including Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Britney Spears, Drake, Nicole Scherzinger, Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria and Rupert Grint are just a few of the celebrities who have either endorsed or have been spotted with the sparkly lollipops. Sugar Factory’s loyal celebrity following has received widespread media attention from People Magazine, the Daily Mail, US Weekly, Entertainment Tonight, Extra and more.


The food at Sugar Factory American Brasserie is a treat for all, offering guests a one-of-a-kind dining experience, serving decadent and tasty fare to satisfy any craving. Created by a team of world-class chefs, the signature menu offers everything from pancakes and sweet and savory crepes to salads, burgers and pizzas, all available throughout the day. Sugar Factory also offers spiked adult beverages made with premium spirits, including Sugar Factory’s signature 36-ounce alcohol-infused smoking candy goblets, all of which are available without alcohol for the kids.



The menu can be a bit overwhelming with so many pages of  fantastic choices!  Check it out online before you go.  Food  ran  $15-$30. But a lot of  $15  choices. If you don’t drink, the food prices are typical  for  downtown  anywhere.

We started  with a deconstructed  goat cheese  Flat  bread  for  $8.  Great item,  great  price.

Also tried Three grilled  mini burgers $18  very  filling
and  Calamari. $14, very large portion.  Loved  it!

Dinner  we had a great Mediterranean Chicken  Pasta  dish  for  about $16.

Also  had a  Peppercorn  Burger, it was  3 little patties  cooked to perfection  and  tasted  delicious. $16

I had a great Chicken dish – l think it was called  Lemon Pepper Brick Chicken? Very juicy and delicious. $27.

One person  splurged and ordered the Rib Eye.  The waiter mentioned that it  did not come with any sides,  and  did he want to add something  on?  So  my friend opted  for 2 sides, figuring we could all get a taste.  Sides were $7. He  did  the Twice Baked Potato and the Lobster Mac & Cheese. – OMG –   they came and they were huge!   Plenty  to  share among 4 people.

For dessert we had an assortment of chocolate martinis!  YUM!!

The shakes looked fantastic, as did the 20+ some scoop Massive, Sparkling KING KONG SUNDAE!

We have eaten here twice. It has  a   loud  party  festive atmosphere on Saturday night.  Great place to celebrate something festive for sure! – If you don’t want the party atmosphere, go on an off night, (or go for lunch)  we went back on a Wednesday night and the energy level is more toned down. In summer,  they also offer patio seating which is more intimate and great people watching. Open from 11am – 11pm – and they  have a great assortment of food to choose from for any time of day.


From the LAS VEGAS, NV location- Recording artist Jay Sean dines at the Sugar Factory American Brasserie at the Paris Las Vegas on March 22, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by David Becker/WireImage)

55 E Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611

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