Location: 116 W. Hubbard Phone: (312) 464-0466 Website: http://slurpingturtle.com/home.php Cuisine: Noodles Reservations: Not Taken Slurping turtle was an answer to my prayers. [...]
This is one of those beloved “not just for tourists” downtown institutions. In this room, with this service, with this food, it would be near impossible not to feel like a pampered star nestled in the lap of luxury.
The Purple Pig’s slogan sums up the experience perfectly: “Cheese, Swine & Wine.” This Magnificent Mile restaurant is for the adventurous meat lover who enjoys sharing a great meal with friends over many bottles of wine. Sound up your alley? Yeah, we thought so.
A converted photography studio, this new River North bottle service lounge is the place to see and be seen in Chicago. Not to mention they have a retractable roof!
This Ernest Hemingway inspired gastropub encourages you to step back in time. Take the best of the old and the very best of the new and you’ve got Hubbard Inn
Located in the trendy River North, ZED 451 is an interesting dining concept, combining an upscale buffet with the table-carved meats you may expect at a Brazilian steakhouse
If Cuban zeal is what you’re searching for, Havana Grill on Clark Street tops the list.
It’s finally here… the long-awaited Paris Club, Chicago’s newest Lettuce Entertain You creation and a welcome addition the River North neighborhood.
Regardless of what my waiter said, I don’t have a miniature Tootsie Pop head! Ed Debevic’s is one eatery that may leave you a bit salty — in a good way, of course!
Location: 615 N. State Phone: (312) 624 – 9188 Website: http://www.grahamwich.com/ Cuisine: Sandwiches Cash Only (for now) We arrived at Chicago Chef [...]
Rockit Bar & Grill combines an upscale River North feel with great food and an atmosphere perfect for cocktailing.
This upscale, family-style Asian restaurant is located in the Dana Hotel on State Street. Don’t be put off by the location in the swanky hotel or the proximity to tourist traps, this place has really good food.
Located below ground level on the Chicago River, this location is wonderful for drinks and a great view.
This classic Chicago restaurant is good for the fancier occasions. With chef and owner Michael Kornick at the helm this place will live up to the hype, but be prepared to spend some dough.