Famed 30,000-square-foot venue kitty-corner from Wrigley Field: six bars, live music, a bar-food menu, and hundreds of boisterous drunken Cubs fans. The kitchen closes at 11.
The broad menu at this decades-old jazz club runs from sandwiches to steaks, pasta, pizza, and shrimp de jonghe.
Chef Kevin Hickey's revamp of Seasons, featuring a playful, more casual menu as well as some fine-dining standards.
Italian "tapas" restaurant and martini lounge offering entertainment and DJs.
SmallBar location offering craft beers, seasonal cocktails, and locavore-friendly food from chef Justin White.
The courtyard cafe at the Art Institute.
Creative, eclectic cuisine in a room filled with hipsters.
Supper club with live or DJ-spun music nightly.
Upscale suburban wine bar with an extensive menu that covers all the bases.
American steak and barbecue restaurant and banquet hall in Crestwood
North Woods-style supper club and nightclub in Edison Park. On Sunday there's an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet and Bloody Mary bar; on Wednesday nights there a blues jam.
Edgewater coffee shop with free WiFi and free parking. Open 6:30 AM to 8 PM weekdays; 7-8 on Saturday; 7:30-8 Sunday.
Mike Ditka doesn't live here anymore, but his famous pork chop carries on.
Handsome and luxurious restaurant adjacent to the Michigan Avenue Ralph Lauren store.
Eclectic continental restaurant nestled inside the Merc; convenient for power lunchers and opera buffs.
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