We’re excited to announce our new Dinner and a (Streaming) Movie feature! 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 excited to feature delicious French & Continental cuisine from Marchesa and Chef Didier Durand’s film pick By the Grace of God which screened at the 55th Chicago International Film Festival and is distributed by Chicago’s own Music Box Films!
Dinner Take-Out Pick
Marchesa offers rich and layered flavors of French & Continental cuisine by Chef Didier Durand and the still and sparkling wines that pair perfectly in an art-filled dining room inspired by the Guggenheim in Venice. Currently offering contact-free curbside pickup, takeout & delivery.
Chef Didier recommends the Beef Bourguignon Dinner for 2 — includes a Marchesa salad or pasta, side dish and dessert. Also available Family Style/Pour la Famille/ Steak-Frites, Bistro Chicken or Pasta Puttanesca with Roasted Eggplant. All family style dinners, for 2 or 4, include a salad or pasta, side dish and dessert.
How to Order:
*Special Discount* Mention Chicago International Film Festival when placing your contact-free pickup order over the phone or email and get 15% off! Pickup orders only!
“A thoughtful and powerful movie like this needs some comfort food with depth — braised beef Bourguignon with a great red wine, perhaps a French Bergerac, from my hometown.” – Chef Didier Durand
Director: Francois Ozon
55th Chicago International Film Festival
In this gripping, ripped-from-the-headlines drama, the veteran French filmmaker (Frantz) chronicles the story of religious family man Alexandre (Melvil Poupaud) who is grappling with the sexual abuse he suffered as a child at the hands of a priest. Dramatizing real-world events, Ozon traces how Alexandre’s decision to divulge the details of his own experience prompts others to come forward, forcing the Catholic Church to take action against one of its own.