Casual cafe downstairs (and down-market) from Navy Pier's pricey seafood restaurant.
Retail operation and restaurant from longtime wholesale suppliers of seafood; there are fish entrees, fried clams, and lobster rolls served on buns brought in from Boston.
Warm, clubby Gold Coast location for this Pacific Northwest-based seafood chain.
Venerable Portage Park fishmonger offering the aquarian pantheon fresh, deep-fried, smoked, or frozen.
Luxe bar and restaurant from Brendan Sodikoff (Gilt Bar); Alinea vet Jeff Pikus is behind the menu, which features a raw bar, house-made sausages, and French-influenced preparations.
Lettuce Entertain You's Michelin-star-winning flagship; then executive chef Laurent Gras has departed, and former chef de cuisine Matthew Kirkley now holds the position.
Steaks and seafood from the Levy group.
Gibson's Rush Street neighbor specializing in seafood; ample bar area for lounging.
Live piano in the bar at 5 PM.
Tiny carry-out shack at the foot of the 95th Street Bridge that's still smoking and frying a range of aquatic critters. Cash only, with an ATM on the premises.
Loop location of the seafood chain, known for its fresh fish--30 varieties in preparations that change twice daily--and reasonable prices.
Paramount Pictures ventures into the food biz with this Cajun tourist attraction on Navy Pier.
Upscale but casual Italian-American sibling to Patrick & James.
Popular seafood house offering daily specials and a clean, well-stocked raw bar.
Warm, rustic decor, but it's live-fire grilling that sets this place apart from its neighbors in Greektown.
Cash-only quick-service burgers, po'boys, fish tacos, and hand-cut fries.
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