How hot are the specialty sausages that Markethouse Restaurant executive chef Scott Walton has been turning out? Popular enough that in addition to the made-to-order sausages he does with 48-hours notice, he’ll now be making 30 pounds of his most popular sausages daily for sale as 1-pound orders to walk in customers.
Lamb merguez, seafood, spiced apple chicken, veal-pork bratwurst and hot or sweet Italian are among the sausages availalbe for sale at the Markethouse Restaurant, 611 N. Fairbanks Ct., starting at 1 p.m. daily until they run out. The per-pound price ranges from $6.50-$7.95. Walton’s housemade mustards, specialty bacons and pates will also be available.
Those who decide to create their own sausages can choose from among the proteins (pork, chicken, lamb or veal; $6-$7 per pound), style (chorizo, merguez, garlic, kielbasa, bratwurst, frankfurter, Italian, boudin) and add-ins (cranberries, cheddar, mushroom, leeks, pistachio, chilies, pine nuts, marcona almonds, fennel, etc.; 25 cents each).A minimum order is 5 pounds and must be made 48 hours in advance via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), then picked up at the restaurant.
Check out the menu here. For more information, call 312-224-2200.
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