An authentic Lithuanian restaurant with everything in between. The building is located across from the Chicago Fire stadium.
This unique spot aims to bring the food of the immigrants of Chicago to today’s diner. Serving up much more than caviar, Heritage has something for everyone.
Jibek Jolu offers a rare Kyrgyzstani menu to Chicago. It is a Central Asian mix of cuisines from Russia, Turkey, China, India, Afghanistan, and more. This family run restaurant offers a variety of flavorful meat dishes, savory pies, home made noodles, as well as dumplings. A cultural cuisine adventure.
Seasonal and holiday pastry displays fill the window, drawing customers into this popular German konditorei specializing in fancy pastries, baked goods, cookies and marzipan creations. Pass through the bakery to the cafe, where meals are served with Old World refinement at linen-draped tables that make you feel you're visiting your grandmother.
Started by a Russian immigrant who found barely any familiar cuisine in a new country, Russian Tea Time westernizes Russian dishes to offer authentic courses that extended to all the meals of the day - not just tea time.
Guests will have a great time at Schnitzel Platz as they experience live music, traditional German dishes, and friendly service. Adding to the experience, dark German beer is served in a large glass boot. Chef Wolfgang's menu offers hearty portions of homemade German classics like sauerbraten with dumplings, spatzel, and of course, a variety of schnitzel. A family friendly restaurant.
A restaurant and a club in one, both with Russian flare and flavor.