Saturday, January 16, 2021

Restaurants

Restaurants are one of Chicago’s top tourist attractions. The city has a thriving restaurant scene featuring some of the world’s top chefs.

Bistronomic – French Bistro in the Gold Coast

Bistronomic
Bistronomic - French Bistro in the Gold Coast At Bistronomic, enjoy modern cuisine rooted in French culture that showcases ingredients from Midwest farms. The restaurant, whose name is a combination of three words: bistro / gastronomy / economic, is Chef Martial Noguier?s long-time dream come to fruition; to create a contemporary bistro that is both approachable and affordable. We are thrilled...

Women’s Night at The Joffrey Ballet – Dinner & Performance

Women's Night at the Joffrey
Enjoy an evening of dance at Women's Night at the Joffrey Ballet, hosted by The Joffrey Women's Board, on Thursday, February 15, 2018. Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018 Time: 5pm Locations: Dinner at Tesori restaurant (65 E. Adams St., Chicago) and performance to follow at Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Congress Pkwy., Chicago, IL 60605 Cost: $125 | Use code: WOMAN The ticket includes a performance ticket and...

Booth One – Classic Chicago Restaurant in the Gold Coast

Booth One
  Drawing inspiration from the legendary restaurant at the former Ambassador East Hotel, Booth One (the former Pump Room) is a classic Chicago restaurant with a lively social dining scene in the heart of the Gold Coast being re-introduced from founder Rich Melman. Drawing inspiration from the legendary restaurant at the former Ambassador East Hotel, Booth One is a modern...

Oriole Restaurant – a two Michelin Star Tasting Menu

Oriole Restaurant Chicago
Oriole restaurant is a hidden gem down an alley-like street in Chicago?s hot West Loop / Fulton Market neighborhood, offering an extended tasting menu presented by Executive Chef & Owner Noah Sandoval and Pastry Chef & Partner Genie Kwon. Earning two Michelin stars in its first year and named Best New Restaurant by Chicago Magazine, the team hosts 28 in an...

The Vig Chicago – Old Town Neighborhood

The Vig
The Vig Chicago - Old Town's 1950's Themed Gastropub The Vig Chicago is a 1950's themed gastropub sports parlor in the heart of Old Town with a refined kitchen and classic cocktails designed for the contemporary drinker. The Vig's concept is centered around the playful story line "that it's good to be bad." Behind the name: Vig - short for vigorish Originates from...

Mas alla del Sol – Edgewater’s Authentic Mexican Cuisine

M?s all? del Sol
Mas alla del Sol - Edgewater's Authentic Mexican Cuisine Mas alla del Sol is known for it's authentic Mexican cuisine and handcrafted cocktails. Sister Restaurant to Michelin Bib Gourmand rated Los Nopales in Lincoln Square, Mas alla del Sol is a step up, emphasizing on Chef Adan Moreno's creativity and his take on Mexican dishes. The chef, Adan Moreno, is known...

Uncommon Ground – Lakeview & Edgewater

Uncommon Ground
  Uncommon Ground operates two restaurants on the north side of Chicago - one in Lakeview/Wrigleyville and a second in Edgewater. If you value "Farm to Table" cooking and ingredient sourcing - then Uncommon Ground is a must dining experience. View Things to do in Edgewater Both Uncommon Ground locations are open for brunch, lunch and dinner daily and feature contemporary comfort cuisine...

Herb Restaurant – Thai Redefined in Edgewater

Herb Restaurant
Herb Restaurant in Chicago's Edgewater Neighborhood Herb Restaurant owner and Chef Patty Neuson leads a healthy lifestyle through holistic medicine and nutritious cuisine. She believes in preparing fresh, nutritious Thai meals to assist her guests in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Her goal is to assist them in making healthier choices and to make them aware that eating healthy doesn?t mean...

The Gage Restaurant – Progressive Menu with Historic Ambiance

The Gage
At The Gage, you are invited you to savor delicious, upscale comfort food, fine wines, boutique beers and whiskeys while enjoying the relaxing ambiance of the vintage decor. The Gage is the iconic restaurant at 24 South Michigan Avenue, along the Chicago Cultural Mile and steps from Millennium Park and The Art Institute. The restaurant serves rustic American fare in...

North Pond Restaurant – Lincoln Park

North Pond Restaurant in Lincoln Park
North Pond Restaurant in Lincoln Park Nestled between cascading trees and a small pond in Lincoln Park, North Pond Restaurant is a culinary oasis situated inside a converted ice skaters' warming house. It overlooks the skyline while offering a bucolic setting that makes you forget all about life in the big city. The decor is designed in the arts and crafts...