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We had a great experience at MK. Our server was very knowledgeable and friendly, and we could tell he was passionate about his job there. The food was great! Octopus was fantastic, and the bouillabaisse was top-notch. Cocktails were executed well, and overall our experience was very enjoyable. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Grace is a wonderful experience! The hostess is welcoming. The dining room is subtle and elegant. The stemware, china, flatware, and linens are lovely. The service is friendly and knowledgeable - perfect. The food is gorgeous and delicious! Treat yourself to an evening at Grace - you deserve it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
My husband & I, along with 2 other guests, visited Oriole to celebrate my birthday. As a result of the 15+ courses, I felt as though I received 15+ gifts! Each course was its own surprise; interesting to look at and crazy good to the taste buds. The dessert courses were excellent and fun as well. We also did the wine pairing; our guests enjoyed the drink pairings and all were pleased. My only negative is that the price $$$$$ assures that we will not be visiting as often as we would like :( MoreOpenTable Diner -
Best meal I've had yet in Chicago and I've been to almost all of the top foodie restaurants. Every dish and every bite was perfectly balanced in flavor and texture, presentation was beautiful, service and timing were perfect. The chef and his wife are adorable and make you feel like family, an experience I wasn't expecting for this level of fine dining. Truly amazing place! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The exploration at Arbella begins with a menu showcasing a progressive craft proach towards cocktails either found in or inspired by different and exciting parts of the world. With playful displays and presentations, each cocktail intends to transport the mind to a specific place and evokes a sense of travel. More
Beacon Tavern offers dining in a rustic, casually-upscale setting steps from the Chicago riverfront and the Magnificent Mile. Located at 405 North Wabash Avenue, Beacon Tavern is nestled between the Wrigley Building and Trump Tower. Guests of this welcoming go-to gathering spot enjoy spectacular, unobstructed views of downtown Chicago through floor to ceiling windows.
The menu at Beacon Tavern features elevated interpretations of tavern classics, as well as seafood-forward dishes, including: oysters on the half shell, fluke crudo and Hamma Hamma clams. Familiar American cocktails merged with new techniques, an approachable and thoughtful wine list, and draft beers that mix local craft selections with international offerings are highlights on the libations menu. More
From the minds of Adolfo Garcia (Son of a Butcher, Pearl Tavern) and long-time restaurateur, Phil Stefani, comes Broken English taco pub. Located on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Lake Street, Broken English is steps away from Millennium Park, and in the center of the new vibrant hotel and residential area.
On the name, Garcia says, “I speak English with my friends, and I often find myself mixing in Spanish words because there are some phrases that simply don’t translate to English. This happens in many other languages and cultures, but that is what makes the name ‘Broken English’ fun – it is part of our daily slang.”More