Beyoncé Hit the Town After Chicago Concert: Report

The 34-year-old singer reportedly dined on Southern-style cuisine at a Wicker Park restaurant late Friday night

What does the Queen Bee do after the first of two sold-out performances at Soldier Field? Treat herself to some Southern-style cooking on Chicago’s Northwest Side, it would appear.

Beyoncé reportedly dined at Buck’s, a southern-inspired bar and restaurant in Wicker Park, late Friday night after her show, according to Chicagoist. Multiple reports said the star arrived at the restaurant, located at 1700 W. Division St, around 12:30 a.m. and stayed until 3 a.m.

Wearing a sweatshirt and jeans, Beyoncé was joined by an entourage that included husband Jay Z and former Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams, according to Chicagoist. The group reportedly dined on several of the restaurant’s signature Southern dishes: fried green tomatoes, fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits and a dish of eggs, smoked salmon and Creole mustard.

For dessert, Chicagoist said the group ordered beignets with espresso butterscotch and s'mores biscuits. Though social media and photos were banned during the visit, staff members got quite the perk for serving the group: fourth-row tickets to the Saturday night show at Soldier Field.

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