These Chicago Restaurants Offer Delicious Soup to Go

A woman holds and smells a big bowl of delicious soup

If you would like to enjoy homemade soup without opening your cookbook, local restaurants have you covered. They serve everything from classic tomato to chicken tortilla. When you’re ready for a bowl, these three eateries offer soup to go near our Chicago apartments:


Big Jones opened in 2008, and the following year was named the “Best New Restaurant” by Chicago Magazine. Chef and owner Paul Fehribach prepares time-honored Southern recipes with sustainable ingredients. He frequently appears on WGN’s Lunchbreak. Additionally, his recipes are printed in the Chicago Tribune. For dinner, sample the rutabaga soup. It features candied apples, sourdough rye croutons, and leeks and rutabaga from Spence Farm. Place your order online for pickup or delivery. 


A Chicago fixture for over 20 years, La Scarola serves hearty portions at reasonable prices. In the kitchen, the chefs make nearly every dish from scratch. Additionally, the meals feature the finest ingredients and burst with unforgettable flavors. Enjoy the pasta fagioli. This soup features pasta, cheese, and cannellini beans. La Scarola offers both pickup and delivery. 


A Bucktown fixture since 1993, Le Bouchon is one of the best French restaurants in the United States. Additionally, it’s family owned and offers authentic recipes and unparalleled service. Furthermore, the restaurant offers hot and ready meals to go. Try the French onion soup (soupe a l’oignon gratinee). It’s made with beef broth, caramelized onions, Gruyere cheese, and croutons.

As you enjoy your Chicago soup to go, virtually learn about Chicago’s majestic wildlife

To call Catalyst home, please contact our leasing consultants. They’ll offer a virtual tour so you can discover everything that our apartments in Chicago have to offer. 

Back to all posts