Atwood Cafe serves all-American comfort foods and cafe cuisine prepared in a traditional style. Specialties include a pot pie with a flaky buttermilk crust and a maple-glazed grilled pork chop. Pre-theater diners will enjoy the cafe's proximity to the Shubert Theatre, Cadillac Palace and Oriental Theatre.
Located on top of the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, Cindy’s is a rooftop bar and restaurant with food that is just as beautiful as the view. The family-style dishes offer seasonal fare for brunch, lunch and dinner.
The Gage is a vibrant bar and restaurant, serving American cuisine with global influences. Enjoy a classic pub feel contrasted by a quality fine-dining experience. Plentiful dishes are offered on an eclectic and creative menu that includes rare items like Scottish eggs or chilled watermelon soup. Guinness is on tap, the wine list is extensive, and the desserts are divine. The service is attentive and knowledgeable.
Elbow to elbow restaurant with soul food to bring you home. Hot sauce bottles line the walls and authentic music plays behing the chatter of the dining room.
This is one of Chicago’s oldest restaurants and it is still run by the original Capitanini family. A classic Italian menu is complemented by a professional and knowledgeable staff serving you in a warm and whimsical Italian village setting that is really three restaurants in one place: The Village, La Cantina Enoteca, and Vivere.
You haven't had breakfast in Chicago until you've eaten at Lou's! Enough fresh eggs have been cracked, made into omelettes, cooked in skillets and sold at Lou Mitchell's to go side-by-side more than a few times around the world. Today Lou Mitchell's is a Chicago institution.
This massive space brings Chicago neighborhood food together all in one high-end food-court. With a full bar, Revival is open for lunch and dinner and even hosts fun themed events.
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.
Located in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago, Terzo Piano provides Italian cuisine with a modern perspective and a menu using locally grown, mostly organic products. The interior and view of Chicago makes this perfect for a special occasion or entertaining out-of-town guests. You can also dine al fresco on the covered piazza while enjoying the spectacular views of Millennium Park. (Museum admission is not required to attend the restaurant.)