Two Lights is proud to be the exclusive Midwest partner of Nonesuch Oysters based in Scarborough, Maine.
We shook up some cocktails on the air with Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes during WGN’s Canarble Wagon.
“Featuring a dreamy color palate the includes mint green dining chairs, white marble counters and cutesy nautical quotations on the walls, Two Lights is the kind of spot you would want to visit simply for the Instagram photos alone.”
We’re delighted to premiere Saturday Brunch on April 20!
Beverage manager Chris Gatchell on creating Two Lights’ unique but approachable cocktails.
“Folks can try soft scrambles with grilled Spanish octopus; biscuits with clam chowder gravy; lobster Benedicts; and more…”
Our brunch menu features an unusual dish: Grilled Spanish Octopus & Soft Scramble!
Maine’s gorgeous Acadia National Park is the inspiration for Two Lights’ take on a classic French 75.
We are so honored to have our origin story featured in Old Town Merchants and Residents Association’s Member Spotlight!
Sushi-grade tuna and avocado are “hugged” in a wonton shell—for a taste of taco perfection!
This 19th century wine pairs beautifully with Two Lights’ small plates seafood dishes.
Brunch is coming to Two Lights this Sunday!
This traditionally Midwest dish gets a New England spin at Two Lights.
This two-tone coconutty cocktail is making waves at Two Lights.
Two Lights’ before and after photos from construction to finish!
Our interactive Pow Bang Shrimp was loosely inspired by a pub dish in Portland, Maine.
House-made pickled blackberries and a tongue-in-cheek play on a Led Zeppelin classic come together in this Two Lights cocktail.
Locals and visitors alike flock to Two Lights for dinner and a Second City show!
Two Lights guests rave over this beautiful raw dish.
Beverage Manager Chris Gatchell pays homage to Maine’s summer swarms in this bestselling cocktail.
Phil Vettel joins us at Two Lights for oysters, hamachi, and much, much more!
Our traditional New England Clam Chowder was a crowd-pleaser at Chicago Gourmet 2018.
A historic shipyard served as the inspiration for Two Lights’ beloved Old Fashioned.
Two Lights is the newest member of Old Town Merchants and Residents Association and Old Town Triangle Association.
Chef Aaron’s secret to our top-reviewed Grilled Spanish Octopus dish.
The Sunfish, a tequila-based cocktail, was developed with the ocean—and a childhood hobby—in mind.