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.
Chicago, IL 60647
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
The food was excellent and much different than your expected "Italian" menu but that is what this restaurant is about. I would definitely return for that however is is not inexpensive and their wine pours are realy short...so buy a bottle. Some plates are meant to be shared, others are not. The ambiance, however, is not relaxing. Very noisy with tables so close it is hard not to hear your neighbors' conversations. On street parking only. Service was good . They cater to a younger crowd that want that "party" atmosphere
The food here is fantastic- not the expected pasta-heavy Italian with red sauce (but the pasta dishes are great!). A great wine list featuring Northern Italian heavy hitters, plus a reserve list for REALLY special occasions and lots of Amaro options after dinner. Ask for recommendations; Mano steered us in the right direction. You can't go wrong on the menu, the place is a gem!
Fantastic experience at Osteria Langhe. Extremely authentic and delicious Piedmontese food - really remarkable. Excellent service from Jim and a thoughtfully put together wine list.
One of the best Italian dining experiences I have had in the U.S. Absolutely a regular place for me from now on - cannot speak highly enough about it. The only point to be aware of is the noise level which was really deafening due to all the hard surfaces. We ate at 8pm and for the first half of the meal we could hardly hear each other across the table. Things calmed down a bit as earlier diners left. It would not put me off returning, but not the place for a sensitive business discussion or a romantic date !
I became of aware of the restaurant when it opened a couple of years ago. The idea that an Italian restaurant would be specifically dedicated to the food from the region of Italy, and specifically the Langhe where he grew up was intriguing. The food was spot on and a real treat. Our waiter was excellent with suggestions and an idea of what was good, although I would guess everything is excellent. My wife, who isn't one to try and isn't Italian (although she's been to the Langhe) loved it. There is no reason I can think of not to go!
Met some friends for dinner here. The food was amazing and our waiter was wonderful. I had booked a table for 5 and 2 more friends wanted to come at the last minute. The restaurant made room for us with a smile even though it is a fairly small restaurant. The whole experience was just top notch. The negroni cocktails are a must try. The blind wine tasting is also a must really good wines.
This restaurant has every opportunity to be great. Ignoring the dirty beer glass I was given and the incorrect plates delivered to the table; It's unfortunate that they place their profits over the customer's experience. The menu was uninspired and was clearly designed to take pressure off the kitchen. All of that is fine; however, it was an average of 1 hour in between courses. I can only expect this was an intentional move to push more alcohol as tables that elect not to order drinks were given there food faster.
Needless to say for the price you can get a much better meal without being cramped into their less than comfortable restaurant. I would like to see them pull a few tables out, get rid of the cheesy wall art and let their chef build an amazing menu. No one needs to see another "play" on shrimp and grits.
This was our first visit, although we live just around the corner - I wish we had come much sooner! The food selection was wide, the ingredients were robust, and the blend of flavors were incredible. All portions sizes were slightly above average, so you didn't leave stuffed or hungry. The service was very attentive, and the owner was extremely friendly - explaining the history and concept behind the restaurant. We will definitely be back!
Went twice before and had good experiences, but today was a disaster. Restaurant week menu. Little choice and the food was just very ordinary/bland. Service was very slow despite Tuesday and a limited menu. Wine pairing with the menu was ok but small pours. Spent 130$ for two and felt very disappointed.
The waiter was friendly and informative. He knew the food and wine from this Northern region of Italy because he was from that area. We had the rabbit which was really tender and flavorful. The vegetable crepes had the most wonderful sauce that was creamy but not heavy. The pane cotta was to die for. Can't wait to go back. Also this place is very conversation friendly. My husband wears hearing aids and many restaurants are too noisy for him to enjoy but not Ostria.
The food was good, the waiter was pretensions, the whole fine dining experience. Seriously though, the appetizers were all very good but very small serving sizes. The octopus was over done (hard and chewy) but apparently the other piece we got wasn't and the flavor was still great. Apparently every meal comes with a language lesson because our waiter corrected the pronunciation of every single dish we ordered. We also told him up front we were probably ordering two bottles of wine but when he didn't check in until we were finished with the entree we were over it. The entrees were out of this world. The rabbit was a highlight, their pasta and meat sauce was solid. Their restaurant week was SUPER disappointing. That's why we went there but the options were baked pasta or a veggie option. I would have paid more for a sampling of their better options.
We were so looking forward to trying this restaurant in Logan Square and thought Restaurant Week would be a good opportunity. Unfortunately we waited over an hour from the time we were seated for our first taste of food. Our server was cordial, but almost unfriendly. If they really didn't want to participate in Restaurant Week, why bother? There were hundreds of choices we could have made in the city that night and we really regretted choosing this one. It was our third RW experience, and the other 2 were excellent and made us feel welcome and encouraged us to come back (which we will!) I don't think business in any restaurant is so good that they can afford to make a customer feel unwelcome, but apparently this is not the case with Osteria Langhe. The people around us seemed to be enjoying their meals which were served promptly and with care. That only made our experience that much more unpleasant.
Always one of my favorite restaurants, Osteria Langhe is a great neighborhood gem. Their dishes don't disappoint and are often unlike anything else I've had--and certainly a far cry from the typical Italian-American cuisine. The waiters always have excellent wine recommendations. Great for dates, special occasions, or getting together with friends and sharing small plates!
This was a surprisingly small restaurants. The cocktails were great and the wine selection good. we were there for restaurant week and they had a delicious prix fixe. Only knock is that they didn't have as many choices (usually 3 per entrée at many participating restaurants) to pick from.
Very laid back vibe. Service was effortless.
just a bit noisy for comfortable conversation.
Our second time here and it was as fantastic as our first. The welcome is warm (from host as well as service staff and owner - you are made to feel a part of the evening with them)! The food is just beyond great: the plin (pillows of pasta with a thyme butter sauce are a must to start (share amongst yourselves for a small serving of heaven). We had pork cheeks (delectable, soft porcine morsels with egg) and a vegetarian wellington as well as a the Tajarin (house made noodles with a northern Italian meat ragù - just succulent!). The panna cotta and chocolate desserts topped off our meal of excellence in perfect style. We would come back time and again - great food, great service, lovely ambiance!
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