DDave and Buster's
Dave & Buster's offers an impressive selection of high-quality food and beverages, combined with an extensive selection of interactive entertainment attractions such as pocket billiards, shuffleboard, state-of the-art simulators, virtual reality and traditional carnival-style amusements and games of skill. Dave & Buster's emphasizes high levels of guest service in an upscale atmosphere to create casual, yet sophisticated, ideal playing conditions.
Rootstock Wine & Beer Bar is a labor of love from 3 former Webster Wine Bar employees who decided to open a small space in Humboldt Park. Our focus is on wine and beer of small production with an emphasis on sustainable farming practices. Chef Duncan Biddulph supports local farmers, hormone free meats and seasonal produce as often as possible.
Hash House a Go Go
Hash House a Go Go
We keep the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist. We maintain a level of excitement & entertainment within the dining experience, while ensuring excellent service each & every day. We are proud to have been serving up Twisted Farm Food for 12 years, and can't wait to feed you again.
Ada Street is the newest bar & restaurant from DMK Restaurants (DMK Burger Bar, Fish Bar) founders David Morton and Michael Kornick. Located in the Elston Industrial District--not quite Bucktown, not quite Lincoln Park--Ada Street offers dinner and late night service six days a week (closed Sunday). The restaurant, which was named one of Chicago Magazine's Best New Restaurants of 2012, features eclectic small plates from Chef Zoë Schor and a comprehensive list of interesting wines, craft spirits and house cocktails. Inquire about Ada Street's private dining room, which can host parties up to 15, or rent the entire space for parties up to 100.
G.E.B. (Graham Elliot Bistro)
Graham Elliot Bistro (g.e.b.) is the third restaurant from Chef Graham Elliot. With focus on the technique and craft of cooking, G.E.B. brings the "perfection of simplicity" to the table.
Grace, the highly anticipated restaurant from acclaimed chef Curtis Duffy, opened late 2012 in the Randolph Street area, just west of downtown Chicago. The subtle elegance of the dining room provides a comfortably luxurious setting in which to enjoy Chef Duffy's Progressive American cuisine, offered in a tasting menu format. In addition to the dining room, a private dining space to accommodate up to 14 is available, as well as a lounge for a pre- or post-dinner drink. Grace looks forward to welcoming you.
A second-story interior and rooftop restaurant featuring a 1,000 square foot organic food meadow, living wall, and two vertical gardens. Shareable plates from Chef John Wayne Formica, specialty cocktails from Revae Schneider of Femme du Coupe, all Midwestern beers, esoteric wine list, full liquor bar.
The Allerton Hotel Chicago, M Avenue is a stylish dining spot open for breakfast and lunch, with daily lunch specials, in downtown Chicago.
Mercer 113, Chicago’s first and only Resta Lounge, combines upscale food and contemporary cocktails with a comfortable yet lavish atmosphere. The nature-inspired restaurant/lounge is a one of a kind visual experience, with bold natural graphics inside, and a double-sided fireplace burning as a centerpiece to this urban forest.
A word from MK
mk has been serving casual fine dining with unrivaled hospitality for more than 12 years. Excellent food, fine wine and a memorable dining experience are at mk’s core. Chef and owner Michael Kornick’s approach to food is a simple preparation using classic techniques allows the ingredients to shine. The quality and freshness of the finest market products are unmatched by any other restaurant. mk’s extensive wine list can enhance any meal. Executive Chef Erick Williams and Pastry Chef Stephanie Mazzone continue to impress guests with creative new menu items. Classic dishes include Yellowfin tuna tartare and grilled Atlantic salmon. And don’t forget about the infamous pomme frites! Few fine dining restaurants offer the impeccable service and inviting atmosphere that mk does. Come in and experience for yourself why Food & Wine magazine said,“Windy City diners are blown away by mk."
Beer aficionadas will pledge their allegiance to Public House, a 10,000 square foot beer-lovers paradise featuring beloved American fare with an upscale twist, unprecedented multimedia capabilities, and mouth watering libations.
With 100 beer selections and featuring Dineamic Group's signature table tap technology, which includes 12 table tap booths with 2 types of beer and liquor on tap, Public House is home to one of the most extensive – and impressive - beer lists in Chicago. A third table tap will allow guests to pour chilled spirits of choice. Public House will thrill your taste buds with a menu featuring American favorites with tantalizing twists including beer-infused dishes, house made sauces, flights and bites, food and beer pairings, and superb sweet treats and desserts.
Ruxbin, the West Town eatery known for its eclectic interior and equally eclectic menu has just been named one of Bon Appetit's Top 10 Best New Restaurants in America.
Yet those repurposed church pews and theater seats, cookbooks-as-wall-art and pressed tin ceilings are just a backdrop for the culinary wizardry of Teddy Kim. He's the Korean-American chef who cleverly balances his menu: There's pork belly salad and a soba with green soy gelee and horseradish granita as well as Amish chicken, garlic fries with chipotle aioli and a berry shortcake with home-baked biscuit.
Tavernita, located in the popular River North neighborhood at the corner of Erie and LaSalle Streets, offers a mix of American dishes, using influences from France, Italy and Spain, and an innovative beverage program showcasing creative selections from around the world. Designed to encourage sampling and sharing, the menu has something for every taste.
Presenting lively atmosphere with a rustic feel, guests can relax in a warm, inviting environment ideal for socialization while experiencing a tailored dining experience – whether it’s a casual meal with friends or an exciting night on the town.
The Aviary is where cocktails and service are given the same attention to detail as a four-star restaurant; where bartenders are trained as chefs; where the produce and herbs are carefully sourced and procured fresh daily; where the name and branding of the spirit mixed is less important than its actual flavor; where drinks are made quickly and consistently in a state-of-the-art drink kitchen; where innovation and tradition are both honored.
The Tortoise Club
The Tortoise Club
A Fresh Approach To Traditional American Cuisine in a Classic Clubhouse Atmosphere.
We describe this eatery as a classic diner with an gastronomic touch. You won't find a jukebox inside, but you will be able to order from a full bar and snack on hefty sandwiches (including a reinvented bologna sandwich made with fried mortadella on white bread) and $6 burgers along with classic dishes such as Dover sole prepared with brown butter, capers and parsley. The kitchen is closed from 3:00pm - 5:00 pm daily, so get there early for lunch or weekend brunch.
505 ZestHere you will go on a culinary journey throughout the world, were they celebrate different cuisines by offering a gustatory magic carpet ride from little plates of tantalizing bits to entrees infused with flavorful spices from various regions.
676 Restaurant and Bar
676 Restaurant and Bar
This one of the Magnificent Mile’s hippest hangouts. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame Michigan Avenue four stories below, and the night sky view from the dining room is truly amazing thanks to the moonscape mural on the ceiling. Executive Chef Daven Wardynski creates an excellent selection of comfort food with attitude.
The sophisticated, elegant space of Acadia provides a perfect house for the simultaneously contemporary and classic cuisine from Chef McCaskey. Divided into a lounge space, dining room and private dining room, Acadia is comfortable and inviting, with natural elements throughout. Soaring ceilings and colors of warm neutrals, cool grays, chocolate and sage are peppered throughout the minimal space.
Aigre Doux Restaurant and Bakery
Aigre Doux Restaurant and BakeryAigre-doux is the French term for the combined flavors of sour (aigre) and sweet (doux).
The owners bring a passion for food and a stellar Chicago, New York and Los Angeles culinary background to the new venue. Aigre Doux is a contemporary, comfortably calm upscale restaurant, yet the owners commitment to quality is anything but calm.
One of Chicago's 2007 AAA Five Diamond - Rated Restaurants
Chef Grant Achatz's Alinea is a place no serious foodie should miss. Like Homaro Cantu at Moto, Achatz wants to revolutionize the way we eat, and he does this by presenting familiar foods in new contexts and unexpected forms. While the menu changes constantly, examples of Achatz's wizardry include French onion soup that arrives encapsulated inside a shell of pulverized onions (you have to break the shell to get to the steamy soup inside) is just the beginning to your journey to food heaven...
Allium’s seasonal menu focuses on sustainable ingredients. Vegetables drive the ever-evolving menu, sourced both from local farmers and the Hotel’s own rooftop garden. Meats, one of the Midwest’s greatest culinary staples, are well represented, from dry aged filet chop to the menu’s From the Meat Locker section, featuring a selection of premium steaks and chops from Midwestern ranchers.