Chef Didier Durand's remake of his French bistro is embraces locavorism and features small plates and burgers in addition to classic fare.
Dry-aged steaks are the attraction at this restaurant in the James Chicago Hotel.
Loud, rude, raucous, and proud of it. Beer by the quart, BBQ by the bucket.
Breakfast-and-lunch place offering sandwiches, soups, and bagels and baked goods made on the premises.
Faux-50s diner with wisecrackin waitstaff; popular with tourists, suburbanites, and families.
City location of a suburban minichain, open 24/7 Thursday through Saturday.
River North gastropub from the folks behind Bar Celona.
An ambitious, huge bi-level restaurant; the chef is now Mark Pollard.
Riverfront steak house from a veteran of Gene & Georgetti.
Calculatedly authentic chain Irish pub serving Guinness and hearty pub grub in River North.
Breakfast-and-lunch spot from the people behind Kitsch'n, with whom it shares a space--and, confusingly, a phone number.
Downtown location of the upscale suburban steak house.
Brazilian barbecue, served directly off the spits.
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