Contemporary American cafe in the Burnham Hotel; the chef is now Derek Simcik.
Kosher addition to the Chicago French Market.
Upscale Loop seafood spot with urban flair and prices.
Upscale pub with a late-late-night menu served till 4 on Saturday, till 3 on Thursday and Friday, and till midnight other nights.
Cheap Middle Eastern place tucked in the back of the Wabash Jewelers Mall.
Casual Italian fare and gelato across from Millennium Park; this is just one location of the local minichain.
New quick-service spot in the Loop.
Quick, fresh pan-Asian in the pedway under Block 37.
French-influenced restaurant and bar from the people behind the Gage.
Diner across from the Thompson Center that swarms with pols. The menu ranges from omelets and other breakfast standards to burgers, sandwiches, and dogs--including a Francheezie, a hot dog stuffed with cheese, wrapped with bacon, and deep-fried.
Chicago French Market barbecue stand, now chef-owner Charlie McKenna's HQ after a fire in the Bucktown location.
Top room of the Italian Village triplex with cozy alcoves and late hours.
Forty stories high, with refined Alsatian cuisine and prices to match.
Sandwich shop in the Illinois Center that specializes in roast turkey. There are multiple downtown locations.
Theater district location of the high-end steak house.
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