Overlooking Lake Michigan to the east and the historic Water Tower to the west, the MCA is located in the heart of Streeterville. Nestled between two neighborhood parks—Seneca and Lake Shore—we are proud to be an asset to our local community, and we care deeply about being a good neighbor. The following is an overview of information and programs that benefit our neighbors.
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Marisol is open for brunch, lunch, dinner, and drinks. With an ever-changing menu showcasing the freshest ingredients of the season, Marisol is the place to try something new. A recent favorite among staff and visitors has been the butternut squash with n’duja vinaigrette and aged gouda. For hours, menus, reservations, private parties, and more, visit marisolchicago.com.
Now is the perfect time to shop the MCA Store. Check out the Winter Sale online and in-store for big savings on items from your wish list.
On January 16, the MCA opens a new Chicago Works exhibition featuring Chicago artist Paul Heyer. For his first solo museum show, Heyer presents large, pastel canvases and multisensory installations, set to a hypnotic, meditative soundtrack.
Tuesday and Friday Evening Programs
Did you know that the MCA offers free public programming every Tuesday and Friday evening? Experience live performances, workshops, talks, and screenings led by Chicago artists in the Commons when the museum is open until 9 pm. Take a look at our calendar to plan your next visit.