French food the way it was meant to be served. Big plates of good food, not tiny pretty one bite helpings. Great service, warm atmosphere, friendly staff, rustic French food. Robust and affordable wines This small french kitchen is spectacular. The interior great, nice and small (so be sure to make a reservation).
NoMI's cuisine is rooted in high quality flavors and ingredient-driven dishes while highlighting the best products from farmers, cheese makers, ranchers, bakers and artisans from the surrounding region. Open for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. MENUS
The Walnut Room at the old Marshall Fields store is steeped in over a 100 years of tradition. Foods always great wait staff is good but it can get a little slow because it is so busy. The Walnut Room is forever a magical Christmas tradition! The service is top notch and the food is delicious!
Drake Bros is a great breakfast option when staying at the Drake. The breakfast buffet has a little something for everyone. Come for brunch it is hearty and filling. Try the COQ D'OR with a classic Chicago haunt and a modern twist in the Coq d'Or with a specialty menu created to satisfy any palate. The Drake Bros restaurants serves Christmas Eve and Christmas day dinners.
This steakhouse definitely has the ambiance of fine dining and romance in the air with a picture perfect view of the city. It has a classic dining room that is very old-school, with white tablecloth and traditional waiter service. The wait staff is very knowledgeable, and the quality of the meat is top-notch. Apparently they do their own aging on-site. Open for Christmas dinner. MENUS
This place is the closest you will ever come to real authentic Peruvian food!! The aura is beautiful and very classy! A giant mural of Machu Picchu, white Christmas lights, beautiful leather seats and booths, and a gorgeous bathroom sink. They are open for Christmas dinner.
Coco Pazzo offers traditional and contemporary dishes that feature seasonal ingredients, and are made with traditional techniques that require time and care. Many entrées, pizzas, and vegetables are cooked in their wood-burning oven. and their pastas, focaccia, breadsticks, sauces, and ragùs are handcrafted and house-made daily. Lovely atmosphere for dinner. Open for Chritmas dinner.
This is certainly a family run establishment where the more authentic dishes come out to be exactly that, good and authentic. The food, atmosphere, and the service are very good. Delicious great quality food, hands down one of the best Persian restaurants in Chicago!
The ambiance of the restaurant was very quaint. Even sitting outside on the patio gave the dining experience a sense of a Persian feel The food at this establishment seems to be authentic and very well done. The atmosphere is one of an eatery. Food is Delicious. MENU
t's a convenient location in the city for a Korean fix. They have a large amount of Korean groceries here considering the fact that there don't seem to be very many Koreans living in this area. There's a private parking lot and it's off the Kennedy Expressway. It's a small market, but they supply 90% of what a Korean would need. The other big bonus is that they have a small kitchen in the back that serves up great korean food for a low price.
This place makes amazingly tasty food. Everything is handmade and the owners were super nice. The food tastes like your at an ethnic friends home. They are super clean and everything was fresh and looked great. It seems that most of the people who come in were Armenian nationals which was definitely reassuring.
. Awesome food, great prices, and beautiful wait staff. They have a TON of pastries to choose from, most of which have some Austrian and German influence. Good breakfast menu, bakery and coffee.It is small and popular for brunch on the weekends, so come early because you may have to wait to sit down. When it is warm out they have a nice patio which provides them with a few extra tables.
There are so many things about this place. From the grocery shopping, to the beer & brauts on the rooftop...this place is a Chicago gem. Given the wait for food on the rooftop, this isn't a secret gem. It's a well known summer spot for some craft beer and a few sausage options. Eating on the roof in the summer, is certainly one of the best ways to spend a summer afternoon.
This is a great place for a brazilian home cooked meal. It is not a full restaurant, it is a mix of a brazilian grocery store and restaurant. Small grocery store with a wall full of shelves, full of product. That's all good. But where Brasil Legal Cafe shines is with the food. There is a short menu. Expect some "real" Brazilian food prepared in a kitchen where you can see the cooks. The Sunday treat is the traditional Brazilian sausage and black bean stew.
As a place to stop in for a paper cuppa when you're out and about, Gaslight does not disappoint in the slightest. Their pastries are better than most in the neighborhood. And their coffee and Chai making skills are better too. It's in a very cool space with a ton of room and a huge open floor plan with lots of seats, including a counter that acts as a bar.