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Chicago West Loop’s Kumiko Bar Makes ‘World’s Best Bars’ List – NBC Chicago

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One of the “best bars in the world” is in Chicago’s West Loop, according to a new list.

Kumiko, in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood, was named to William Reed’s recently released list of “World’s Best Bars,” for 2023, ranking 82nd. The official ranking, which will be released later this month, only includes bars that made the top 50. However, before the report was released, an expanded ranking of 51 to 100 was released, the editors wrote.

According to the editors, the list represents 34 cities across the globe and recognizes “the world’s top drinking destinations, ripe for exploration.”

Kumiko also ranked 8th on the agency’s “50 Best Bars in North America” ​​list for 2023.

“The perfect spot at this Japanese-inspired venue is one of the bar’s eight seats, to enjoy creative director Julia Momose’s sophisticated cocktails,” says Kumiko’s entry on the list. “At the bar or at one of the few tables in the minimalist omakase-style dining room, Japanese ingredients are highlighted in drinks as well as the compact selection of small plates.”

This is not the first time that the Japanese-American bar has been rewarded. Last year, the bar took 25th place on the list of “best bars in the world” and achieved 5th place nationally.

According to the listing, the bar offers an “impressive bottle list” of sake, shochu, rice whiskey and Japanese whiskey, as well as “bright and smooth cocktails” like the Walk Softly (rice vodka, sake, vermouth and brut champagne ). and Sea Flower (gin, white Chambéry vermouth, sake, kabosu juice and lime.)

The bar also offers non-alcoholic drinks, as the bar’s owner, Julia Momosé, is known in the restaurant world for her pioneering “spiritfrees.”

See the full list here.

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