Dark Matter Coffee

Dark Matter Coffee

Schubas and Harmony Grill are now proud to be serving Chicago’s Dark Matter Coffee.




Dark Matter Coffee™ adheres to a philosophy where quality coffees are sourced based on traceability, innovation and social responsibility. Sustainability and fair business practices are very important to us. While aligning with organizations like Fair Trade Alliance, Rainforest Alliance or UTZ, help to ensure fair practices, we have also created direct partnerships with farmers in El Salvador and Mexico. These partnerships have grown to become family, allowing us to directly source our beans from the plant to the cup. This sourcing transparency yields fair business practices and unparalleled quality control, a difference that can be tasted in every cup.


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Patio 1

Patio Is Open!

Join us for a sunny lunch and enjoy some cold drinks and fresh food! See the menu here.


Crop To Cup

Harmony Grill Brew: Crop To Cup Coffee Co.

Harmony Grill provides some of the world’s best coffee from some of the world’s best farmers via Crop To Cup Coffee Co.

From the Crop To Cup website:

Crop to Cup is your partner for traceable coffees – we source sensational and sustainable coffees for those who value authentic connections to the farm. We work with coffee roasters to access unique origins, cafés to formulate the town’s best espresso, and hotels or other venues looking for a comprehensive specialty coffee program.

Join us at Harmony Grill on Saturday or Sunday for brunch and hot coffee, and be sure to check out our free Acoustic Brunch Sundays for a very special experience. For more Acoustic Brunch information click here, and you can check out our brunch menu right here.


Irish Whiskey Dinner

Join Schubas’ Harmony Grill and Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey on Thursday, March 13, for an evening of Irish spirits and fare.

We’ll have special guest speaker Martin Duffy in-house to lead guests through a five-course meal and pairing designed to showcase the quality and craftsmanship of traditional Irish whiskeys.

Brands featured will include 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey, Kilbeggan, Connemara, Greenore, and Tyrconnell.

The Kilbeggan Distillery is Ireland’s oldest, continually licensed distillery, maintaining its licence for over 255 years.

The distillery is situated on the banks of the River Brosna, with plenty of access to the three natural ingredients needed for whiskey distillation – water, grain and turf. In fact, we still use the water from River Brosna to make our whiskey today.

A few words Chef Jean-Paul Fanuke:
As I think of this menu and of whiskey, I think of the smoky elegance and the unique charred flavor of this wonderful barrel aged libation, a note of perfection itself. I have been successful in combining the unique characteristics of a variety of whiskeys in this menu, each paired well with every course.

Enjoy and cheers!

Tickets available here.

5 Course Menu:

Assorted Irish cheese with homemade soda bread and whipped honey whiskey butter

Mixed spring greens with charred green beans and a whiskey vinaigrette

Corned beef and cabbage spring roll with a soy ginger whiskey dipping sauce

Braised lamb shank with a scallion mash and whiskey gravy

Bailey’s Irish Cream brownie topped with whiskey caramel


Bloodys & Brunch

Stop by for our weekend brunch and enjoy one of Chicagoist’s “14 Best Bloody Marys in Chicago” for only $5. We have new specials each week as well as $5 Mimosas and Screw Drivers. Check out the menu here.

From Chicagoist:

Schubas has been my favorite Bloody in the city for almost 10 years. Nothing fancy about the mix—it’s salty and smokey thanks to Worcestershire, and spicy via horseradish, tabasco and cracked black pepper. It’s served with wedges of lemon and lime, which brighten the salt/spice and make the thing virtually refreshing. I also love the accompanying spear of olive, salami and a cube of jack cheese — it’s basically a brunch appetizer and it’s often on special for $5.” — Lizz Kannenberg



(Top photo taken by @lizhohl. Photo above by @jnflynn525.)