L: D4’s Fish & Chips; R: Pat O’Connor’s Circle of Friends
Welcome to Dinner and a (Streaming) Movie! Each week for #TakeoutTuesday, we will collaborate with one of our Hot Spots restaurant partners to bring you delicious pickup and delivery food options along with a film selected by the chef preparing your meal!
This week, we’re featuring the Irish comfort food of D4 Irish Pub & Cafe and Chef Rui Teixeira who paired the meal with the coming-of-age classic Circle of Friends.
Dinner Take-Out Pick
D4, named after Dublin’s tony zip code, Dublin 4, brings a taste of Dublin to Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. Owners and operators Brendan McNeill (who hails from Ballsbridge, which is part of the D4 zip) and Deb Zalesiak are neighborhood residents and pride themselves on their warm hospitality. Serving Irish inspired modern favorites, our kitchen puts the comfort of home cooking into all of our signature dishes. From our rustic shepherd’s pie and hand battered fish & chips to our towering Angus beef burgers and warm bread pudding, D4 partners with local farms to bring our guests the finest and freshest ingredients possible in all of our homemade recipes.
- Guinness Lamb Stew | braised lamb, roasted potatoes, heirloom carrots
- Hand Battered Fish & Chips | atlantic cod, housecut fries, tartar sauce
- Corned Beef Sandwich | one pound house braised corned beef, horseradish mustard, seeded rye bread served with shoestring fries or garden salad
Full D4 To Go Menu: www.d4pub.com/menus/
How to Order:
Customers can order curbside pickup online at www.d4pub.com/online-ordering or by phone (312) 624-8385.
Mention Chicago International Film Festival when ordering and receive complimentary homemade cookies for dessert!
“We’re bringing you a taste of Ireland with our menu of Irish comfort dishes to warm your heart and soul while watching the coming-of-age classic, Circle of Friends.” – Chef Rui Teixeira
Director: Pat O’Connor
“Circle of Friends is a heartwarming and poignant love story that glows with intelligence and feeling. Set in Ireland in 1957, this coming-of-age story follows three childhood friends from a small town in Ireland as they head to Dublin to attend Trinity College in a film where the young characters are articulate, mature for their years, concerned about serious things and have poetry in their hearts.” – Chef Rui Teixeira