Chef Richard Sandoval’s project offers a twist in Latin street food ith 10 kitchens, a tapas restaurant, coffee cafe, full bar, market, and lounge. The food hall can accommodate groups up to 700 people for meetings, lunches, receptions, and events. Private event menus, full A/V capabilities, and views of the city are included.
On Wacker Drive just west of Michigan Avenue and close to the theater district. Fresh seafood and salads plus aged steaks. 4/5 stars from tripadvisor and OpenTable, this is a good choice for business and personal dining.
Catch 35, Chicago’s premier seafood and premium steak restaurant has been serving the freshest seafood from the oceans of the Planet Earth for over 15 years.
Pizano’s, from a member of the Malnati family, is a great place for Chicago-style deep dish and thin-crust pizza, as well as pasta, sports memorabilia, game-watching, and drinks.
Billed as “the home of the Milkshake Martini,” this restaurant from the family behind Chicago deep-dish pizza (according to legend) is filled with Chicago memorabilia. Enjoy burgers, chicken sandwiches, mac and cheese, pulled pork, hot dogs, and microbrews. A glutton for delicious punishment? Try Rudy’s Famous Challenger Burger, a 5.5. lb behemoth for $33.
This taco joint from Adolpho Garcia and Phil Stefani is located at Michigan Ave. and Lake St., designed to embody a casual, retro dive atmosphere.
A tale of short rib waffle fry nachos, a bonafide Iron Chef burger, truffled mac & cheese, and of course, cotton candy. The Rock n Roll Chef would not have it any other way.
Opening mid 2016
The Gage is a 300 seat Restaurant and Tavern steps from Millennium Park. Situated at 24 South Michigan Avenue and open late, seven days a week. You’re invited to savor delicious, upscale comfort food, fine wines, boutique beers and whiskeys while enjoying the relaxing ambiance of the vintage decor.
Lockwood Restaurant, located in the historic Palmer House Hilton, is a perfect destination for farm-to-table cuisine in an elegant environment. Lockwood offers a truly unique, locally- and seasonally-influenced menu, inspired by the rooftop garden and apiary. In addition to the delicious cuisine,they offer an extensive wine program. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea, and the Bar at Lockwood is a favorite for both locals and travelers. In addition to the main dining space, Lockwood offers a stunning private dining room.
Master sommelier Alpana Singh’s restaurant across from the Art Institute opened early in 2015 and is a modern reinterpretation of the classic clubhouse restaurant experience.
Creative sushi, innovative cocktails, and robata-grilled items are on the menu at this River North restaurant.
This legendary Italian Steakhouse serves the finest prime, aged steaks and chops in a truly warm “Chicago” atmosphere. Harry Caray’s has won numerous awards including “Best Steakhouse” by the Chicago Tribune’s Dining Poll, Wine Spectator’s prestigious “Award of Excellence” every year since 1989, and has been ranked continuously in the top 100 highest grossing restaurants in America. The combination of mahogany paneling, white tablecloths and a veritable museum of baseball history creates a warm and casual elegance.