Kimski

It’s Just Like the Old Maria’s

Except with More Beer, More Patios and More Sausages

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“It’s like Polish food and Korean food had a one-night stand, and then occasionally continued to hook up...”

That’s an actual quote from the actual chef behind Kimski—a new Korean-Polish street food affair attached to Maria’s Packaged Goods with crazy amounts of beer and its very own hot sauce. After two years of pop-ups, it finally opens tomorrow in Bridgeport.

Oh, you have questions...

You: So is this part of Maria’s?
UD: Ish. You can order food at the counter and have it brought to you in the old Maria’s space. Or you can just eat in their new beer hall, front patio or back patio.

You: Could I trouble you for a slideshow depicting the additions?
UD: Ask and you shall receive.

You: Thanks. Also, what’s Korean-Polish street food?
UD: It’s scallion potato pancakes with smoked pork shoulder and ramp kimchi. It’s Korean rice cakes with sautéed sauerkraut. It’s a Philly-cheesesteak-style bulgogi sandwich. It’s...

You: Got it. You mentioned a hot sauce?
UD: We did. It was developed with Co-op Sauce, and they put it on pretty much everything.

You: What’s it called?
UD: Kimski All-Purpose.

You: I should’ve asked a different question.

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Kimski
960 W 31st St
(at Morgan)
Chicago, IL 60608
773-890-0588
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