Chicago’s South Suburban Restaurant Dancing Marlin Embraces Sharing
At Dancing Marlin restaurant in Frankfort, Illinois, you don’t have to sing for your supper, but we certainly won’t complain if you do! Several very talented German students recently treated us to an impressive acapella interlude during their dining experience. At Dancing Marlin, we don’t just share small plates, we share our talents with one another! We couldn’t be more grateful to see our eat.drink.share motto in action.
At our south suburban restaurant, we believe that sharing, even in its simplest form, is reason enough to celebrate. The idea of sharing with loved ones is a way to cherish the small moments we have together. At Dancing Marlin, we couldn’t be more excited to share with those around us:
your love of music
during our Dueling Pianos
nights. Sing, laugh and reminisce with old friends and family. Pair our American shared plates with some big tunes! Don’t forget to bring your best dancing shoes, because you won’t want to sit down.
your love of art
during our Wine and Canvas Painting Parties
. These painting parties are the perfect time to express yourself through art, and we enjoy every minute of it, as we hope you will too! Pair your talents with some wine on tap that will complete the night.
your love of food
at our Chef’s Dinner Series
. Our multi-course dinner will have you sharing flavors, laughs and quite simply, each other’s company. Guests of all ages can enjoy some of our favorite dishes, including our butternut squash gnudi,
with crispy prosciutto and fresh sage butter, and our Autumn vegetable risotto,
complete with Amish chicken breast, porcini mushrooms and cranberries.
Whatever your talents may be, we want you to share
them with us! At Dancing Marlin, we love seeing our motto become a reality, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with our wonderful guests! Surprise us, make us laugh and cherish every moment. In return, we will share
with you the most exciting dining experience you could ask for! eat.drink.share.
“Go Fish” with us: