Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Warmer weather is here and summer is just around the corner which means it is time to fire up the grill. Going to the grocery stores these days can be a little stressful, so we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite restaurants around the city who are offering Grill-at-Home meal kits. Head to Drizly to order some of the beverages that we suggest pairing with the meals!

Gibsons Bar and Steakhouse

All of the Gibsons and Hugo’s Frog Bar locations throughout Chicago are offering a pair of Grill Meal Kits that include eight burgers, eight steak dogs, eight corn elotes and eight carrot cake cupcakes. If you’d rather grab some steaks, call your closest Gibsons location for à la carte options. We suggest pairing this meal with some Stella Artois Solstice Lager or Goose Island Summertime Order it from: Gibsons (pick up May 23–25)

Smoke Daddy Wrigleyville

Each Smoke Daddy BBQ box includes 1/2 rack of ribs, smoked chicken, pulled pork, mac & cheese, beans, coleslaw and a tall boy. We suggest ordering ordering a 6-pack of Bud Light or Lonestar which you can order on Caviar from them. Get more info HERE

Girl & the Goat-ceries

Want enough food for two dinners and two brunches to keep you fed over the entire weekend? Chef Stephanie Izard’s Memorial Day Grilling Weekender Meal Kit includes shrimp, kalbi-style short ribs, Korean chicken wings and pork sausage satays, as well as two brunch meal kits (including one for a “Kimchi and Bacon Crunchy Tasty Eggy Yummy Thingy”). We suggest pairing this with Founders Pilsner or Bell’s Oberon. Order it now on Tock

Swift & Sons Tavern

Head to Wrigleyville to pick up chef Chris Pandel’s Tavern Memorial Day Grilling Kit ($125), which includes a whole marinated chicken, beef kebabs and veggie kebabs for you to cook over some flames. The meal is rounded out with sides like German potato salad, seven-layer salad, baked beans and an angel food cake with macerated berries and marshmallow frosting for dessert. We suggest pairing this with Kona Big Wave or Boulevard Space Camper Order it from: Tock (pick up May 23-25)

Paulina Market

Paulina Market is not a restaurant, but the family-owned butcher has been the go-to spot for restaurants around the city to get their meat for decades. You’ll find all sorts of protein for sale on the market’s newly-launched website, whether you’re looking for homemade all-beef wieners or some ostrich burger patties for curbside pick up. We suggest pairing this with Shiner Bock or Bud Light Seltzer Order it from: Paulina Market