Enjoy a Great Lenten Meal & March Madness at Lloyd’s Chicago
Spring is fast approaching and soon many people will begin observing the Christian season of Lent. Also, many college basketball fanatics will begin filling out their brackets and keeping their eyes focused on how their favorite teams are performing in the NCAA Tournament.
March and the Lenten season can be very busy and stressful. It is nice when we have a chance for some down time and get to spend a relaxing afternoon or evening with our friends and enjoy a great meal. During Lent, a wonderful place to enjoy some of the best seafood in the metro area is Lloyd’s Chicago.
Among the many delicious meatless options for diners to choose from are Maryland Style Crab cakes, Seafood Cobb Salad, Yellowfin Tuna Sashimi, Blackened Whitefish Sandwich or Lloyd’s Georges Bank Haddock Fish and Chips, which features a delicious sweet and flaky batter. Check out all of the delectable seafood choices for lunch and dinner on the Lloyd’s Chicago website.
As for enjoying some college hoops during the run to the Final Four in San Antonio, a great place to take in the games is the bar area at Lloyds. The atmosphere and excitement are just electric and you can indulge in some of Lloyd’s very own hand-crafted beers or fine wines while discussing all the action with your friends. Lloyd’s would love to have you stay for a terrific meal, but if you are a bit short on time and can only catch some of the game, look over the excellent bar menu which offers wonderful appetizers and sandwiches as well as their award- winning cocktails.
Lloyd’s Chicago has been serving the best American favorites along with quality wine and hand crafted- beer for many years. Their menu features delicious choices for both lunch and dinner and rooms are available for private parties, wedding receptions or other business events. So, whether you just want to relax after a long day at the office and enjoy the game or partake in an exquisite meal, give Lloyd’s Chicago a try or call 312-407-6900 to reserve your spot at their table.