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Rick Bayless's festive room showcasing Mexican regional specialties.
Classic, reasonably priced tapas in a cavernous—and at times cacophonous—space.
Contemporary American bistro devoted to the demystification of wine.
Gourmet regional cuisine in a spare, neutral room.
A rare decent Loop dining option, hidden in a subterranean faux-Italian grotto.
Access to Tony Mantuano's marvelous Italian cooking at prices much more affordable than those of its famous neighbor, Spiaggia. The addition of small plates for sharing makes it even more accessible.
Upscale New York chain steak house in Marina City.
Gold Coast spinoff of the original classic French bistro on Southport.
Sprawling American restaurant, a pioneer in this part of the South Loop.
Bustling enoteca from the folks behind Gibsons: classic Italian small plates, wine by the bottle and carafe.
CLOSED. Elegant, eclectic contemporary restaurant behind Symphony Center.
Slightly pricier sibling of Rick Bayless’s renowned Frontera Grill, offering an ever-changing menu featuring Mexican regional cuisine.
NoMi Kitchen
Casual reinvention of the Park Hyatt's seventh-floor restaurant under executive chef Ryan LaRoche; Meg Galus (Tru, Cafe des Architectes) is pastry chef.
The Berghoff
After a time as the awkwardly named 17 West at the Berghoff, this Loop institution has returned to its roots.
Reasonably priced Thai popular with lunchers, large groups, and tourists.
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