About Osteria Langhe
Osteria Langhe, located in Logan Square, is a warm, inviting spot that celebrates the traditions of Italy’s Piedmont region. Chef Cameron Grant's menu offers seasonal and sustainable dishes that reflect his passion for the region. The Piemontese focused wine list features unique and hand selected offerings based on close relationships and an intimate knowledge of the region. An exciting craft cocktail list and a splendid array of specially chosen Italian spirits round out the offerings.
Weekly specials include Trifecta Tuesday, a 3 Course Prix Fixe opportunity to explore our latest menu; Sunday's "all you can eat" meat ragú has quickly become a favorite ritual amongst our guests.
We invite you to share in our passion for Piemonte by joining us for casually cool, intimate wine dinners featuring renowned producers, hands-on cooking/wine classes and an ever-changing list of special events.
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday
Bar 5:30pm to 12am / Dining 5:30pm to 10pm
Friday and Saturday
Bar 5:30pm to 12am / Dining 5:30pm to 11pm
Bar and Dining 5:30pm to 9pm
$30 and under
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We tailor our cuisine to any style event from the most casual to your most important life moments. No event is too small or too large.
Plenty of street parking available.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Trifecta Tuesday our 3 Course $38 Prix-Fixe Menu. Choose an Antipasti, a Secondi and a Dolce from our regular menu
$38 per person (plus tax and gratuity).
Sunday Ragù! All-You-Can-Eat Meat Ragù - $19 per person (plus tax and gratuity)
Monday's Half Price cocktails !
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday Aperitivo time!!!! at the bar (Only)Half price cocktail from 5:30Pm-7:30PM!
Osteria Langhe Ratings and Reviews
Contacted the restaurant in advance to s ...
Contacted the restaurant in advance to say I was coming to celebrate anniversary. Once seated was greeted by the owner with free sparkling wine and a warm congratulations. The owner also took time to explain the entire wine list and help to select a wine to our liking. It did not disappoint. Dined on Tuesday for the price fix. A very good deal. Food was excellent. A great value with the Tuesday price fix. Had octopus and gnocchi for appetizers. Halibut and the Maiale for dinner. The Halibut was very good, a tad too salty but still very good. The Maiale was excellent. Had the cioccolata and and the semolina for dessert. The wine was also outstanding as well, we had the Caviola, "Barturot" Dolcetto.
It was amazing from start to finish! We ...
It was amazing from start to finish! We started with an awesome drinks from bartender david and went with our waiters recs for everything! It was an A+ experience! Our waiter was so great- made great suggestions for us. -'d david brought us another fabulous drink at the end! This was a favorite meal for sure and we will be back!
Simply outstanding. The food is as authe ...
Simply outstanding. The food is as authentic as you can get. I am Italian and before moving to the States I lived in the Langhe area. I think that qualifies me as a connoisseur of Piedmontese food. I was with two foodies and we had the artichoke flan (unforgettable) and the snails (refreshing and thank God not the usual Bourguignon style). My guest had the ravioli del Plin (very very good) and finally my favorite course; rabbit. It was an experience that brought me back to Piedmont with the same flavors. It is the only Italian restaurant where I would go over and over.
We did a special 3-course meal with wine ...
We did a special 3-course meal with wine pairings, which was to benefit earthquake victims. Pasta starter and panna cotta dessert, both with truffles were great. The main course pork dish with mushrooms and lentils was really salty. A lot of flavor lost to this, I don't like when chefs let this happen. Unfortunately, this isn't the first time it's happened here. The wine pairings were well-chosen.
Started strong with creative and well ma ...
Started strong with creative and well made cocktails. Snail app and salad excellent. Fell down a bit with mains. Special risotto not nearly as good as the description sounded. Duck was tough, sauce lacked the stated horseradish. Standout was simple pasta with meat ragu. Enjoyed the chocolate dessert. Overall, decent meal but probably not worth the drive from Lakeview.
What a great find! Authentic northern It ...
What a great find!
Authentic northern Italian cuisine with a Piedmont focused wine list.
Outstanding food, great service, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Try the risotto and the prosciutto-wrapped rabbit.
The vitello tonnato is also amazing.
Without a doubt, this is one of the top 3-5 Italian restaurants in Chicago.
We will be back.
Casual vibe. Not a hint of pretension. ...
Casual vibe. Not a hint of pretension. With some of the best Italian food I've enjoyed outside of Italy. I wanted to take food to go for breakfast the next day, especially the gnocchi. Can't wait to go back; I want to try everything on the menu, but want to enjoy the Gnocchi and Plin again... such a dilemma.
Osteria Langhe is an outstanding restaur ...
Osteria Langhe is an outstanding restaurant. It is an unusual Italian restaurant as it specializes in food and wine from the Piemonte region in the extreme northwestern region of Italy. If you are looking for a different "take" on Italian food, then this might be your place. If you want spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna, pizza, sausage and peppers, etc., you won't be happy here, believe me. The menu is not large, but there are a number of interesting items to try. All four dishes we tried were very good, with the plin being something I would have to have every time I go to this place. Also had the mushroom and gorgonzola quiche, the risotto with mushrooms and prosciutto, and loin of rabbit wrapped in prosciutto. Several other items looked very interesting as well. You won't see most of the traditional Italian wines on the wine list, though, as the wines are predominantly from the Piemonte region as well. We had a very nice dry Barbera(red). It is a small, storefront type of restaurant--nothing fancy about the place, but the food and wine and service make it worth your while to get there if you're interested in a slightly different type of Italian meal experience. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
Food and service were generally top notc ...
Food and service were generally top notch. The rabbit loin was to die for. I wouldn't recommend the carne crudo, which was the only subpar dish we had. Restaurant was maybe half full and it was extremely difficult to hear the other people at our table. Owners need to invest in some sound dampening materials and do something with the awful lighting.
FOOD AND SERVICE EXCELLENT. BUT CONSIDER ...
FOOD AND SERVICE EXCELLENT. BUT CONSIDERING ALL ASPECTS INCL. LOCATION, PRICE IS RATHER HIGH AND COULD CAUSE ME NOT TO RETURN. THERE ON A VERY QUIET NITE. BASED ON TABLE ARRANGEMENTS, COULD BE RATHER UNCOMFORTABLE WITH A FULL HOUSE
We ate family style with four ordering s ...
We ate family style with four ordering several appetizers and two mains and a dessert. The plini were outstanding; we had two orders of those. The other appetizers and the rabbit and porchetta were both excellent. Service was great. Drinks were great. Only complaint is the noise level. We like to go out to converse and the din made it difficult. We'll be back.
Loved this restaurant! NOT the typical I ...
Loved this restaurant! NOT the typical Italian red sauce restaurant. A great find in Humboldt Park, nice not to have to leave the neighborhood for a great dining experience. Owners were very attentive and happy that we were there, which is always appreciated. Excellent wine list. Don't miss the plin appetizer! I wish I lived in Chicago because I'd be a regular here.
The food here is from the Piedmont regio ...
The food here is from the Piedmont region in Italy and it's very light and flavorful. For appetiziers the Plin and the Gnocchi are both excellent choices. The Risotto changes daily and the one we had came with a thin sliced steak on top and was very tasty. They have a very good wine selection so don't be afraid to ask questions and since many wines are also served by the glass, ask for a taste. Best of all, street parking is free.
The quality of the food and the attentio ...
The quality of the food and the attention to detail was incredible. The waiter was also extremely helpful in selecting a wine we liked since we were not familiar with all of the Italian regions. He really listened to us and took our price point into consideration. Excellent! Everything was absolutely delicious.
Osteria Lanhghe is a favorite of ours. W ...
Osteria Lanhghe is a favorite of ours. We had Vitello tonato and plin to start. Both were exceptional and just melted n your mouth. I also ordered the special risotto which had capers, tomato and olives added and beautiful piece of Marlin on top. It was quite extraordinary. I took some ho,e and it was just as good at breakfast!
I loved the restaurant a month back and ...
I loved the restaurant a month back and took a new friend this time. The food is great, service is great and I loved the fish I got. Loved that our server was from Venice and had that gorgeous accent! Love the quaint atmosphere of a neighborhood spot. I will be back...
Food was surprisingly very good. But ser ...
Food was surprisingly very good. But service was horrible. Took literally 30 minutes to serve the second appetizer after we finished the first. Server asked me how dinner was going and when I replied that we were still waiting for the second appetizer he replied that that wasn't his question. Second appetizer arrived in less than a minute plate was hot and sauce was dry since it was seated in the kitchen waiting to be served. Rest of the dinner was slow and same dinamic.
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