Gourmet regional cuisine in a spare, neutral room.
Chef Didier Durand's remake of his French bistro is embraces locavorism and features small plates and burgers in addition to classic fare.
Luxe River North steak house featuring cuts dry-aged in-house, an iPad wine list, and a prime view of the Chicago River.
Long-standing, nostalgic Italian restaurant with satisfying pasta dishes.
The broad menu at this decades-old jazz club runs from sandwiches to steaks, pasta, pizza, and shrimp de jonghe.
Downtown location of this local chain, serving bagels, bagel sandwiches, and pizza by the slice.
A 240-seat, 8,300-square-foot tourist magnet peddling industrial-grade backyard grilling.
Hemingway-inspired "Continental tavern" featuring bar snacks and small plates. The two bars stay open till 2.
Clubbily appointed steak house from the owner of Volare; the chef is Jonathan Lane (the Four Seasons).
Reasonable River North Thai place with sidewalk seating, tasty fare, crowded lunches.
River North location of the popular South Loop breakfast-and-lunch restaurant. Weekday reservations only.
Folk art and music make for a lively atmosphere, but food is geared toward the masses.
Sleek, sprawling River North bar and restaurant.
This upscale American restaurant at the East Bank Club is open to the public; in addition to the sandwiches, salads, and grilled steaks and chops, low-cal options are available.
Restaurant and bar offering "cheese, swine, and wine"; the chef is Jimmy Bannos Jr.
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