"Contemporary speakeasy" featuring cocktails and small plates.
Small gem of a restaurant and bakery.
Farm-to-table wine bar and market.
New venture in the one-time In Fine Spirits space.
Seasonal restaurant featuring doughnuts and La Colombe coffee in the mornings, eclectic "new American" cuisine in the evenings.
Hotel restaurant and bar in the former C-House space, now part of the MileNorth Chicago.
Restaurant specializing in a l'entrecote-style meal of grass-fed steak with frites and salad.
Massive Tribune Tower hangar featuring 114 craft beers on tap and a (theoretically) seasonal menu from Scott Walton (Markethouse).
New spot offering small plates, panini, house-made soups, and charcuterie boards.
Cafe attached to the gourmet market.
Tavern in the former Uberstein space; chef Andrew Brochu has departed for the Aviary.
Gastropub featuring an "'urban rustic' menu of fresh, seasonal, farm-to-table options inspired by Chicago's cultural diversity." The menu encourages patrons to tip the kitchen staff with a six-pack. What is this, the Publican?
American standby, reopened a couple blocks west of the original location.
Gastropub with one of the best patios in the city; chef Troy Graves is behind the eclectic small plates.
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