Contemporary American bistro devoted to the demystification of wine.
Tiny River North kitchen popular for lunchtime takeout.
Sustainably minded breakfast, brunch, and lunch spot.
Luxe River North steak house featuring cuts dry-aged in-house, an iPad wine list, and a prime view of the Chicago River.
Dry-aged steaks are the attraction at this restaurant in the James Chicago Hotel.
Brendan Sodikoff's take on a Jewish deli also draws on his loungey previous spots (Maude's, Bavette's, Au Cheval), serving craft cocktails alongside house-made bagels.
Lines are long at this doughnut shop from Brendon Sodikoff (Gilt Bar, Maude's Liquor Bar, Au Cheval), which opens at 8:30 AM and closes when they run out. Cash only.
Breakfast-and-lunch place offering sandwiches, soups, and bagels and baked goods made on the premises.
City location of a suburban minichain, open 24/7 Thursday through Saturday.
Breakfast-and-lunch spot from the people behind Kitsch'n, with whom it shares a space--and, confusingly, a phone number.
Jonathan Fox (La Madia) gets in on the gourmet doughnut wave, just a few blocks away from the progenitor, Doughnut Vault. Carryout only.
The latest in string of restaurants at the Dana Hotel, serving a grab bag of dishes and sushi.
Subterranean lounge/upscale sports bar beneath Baume & Brix.
Brewpub cum sports bar offering a vast menu including sliders and gourmet burgers, including some with game.
Downtown location for the French restaurant group.
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