Opening mid 2016
This neighborhood spot is an American bistro with international influences, featuring craft cocktails, creative and fresh food preparations, and a comfortable and stylish space. Starters include seafood options and foie gras, while entrees cover everything from burgers to pasta, veal, and steaks.
This New American dining spot features hand-crafted cocktails, craft beers, a nice wine list, and a farm-to-table menu perfect for sharing. It’s from Chef Brian Huston, formerly of The Publican.
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.
Dine at Wolf’s Point on the banks of the Chicago River with creative comfort foods – seafood, salads, and sandwiches, along with craft beers, wines, and classic cocktails.
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.
American eclectic menu that changes seasonally. Extensive wine collection, coffee beans roasted on-site, and Track Room where you can wager on horse races from around the world.