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
Fantastic gem in Logan Square. Great f ...
Fantastic gem in Logan Square. Great food, ambiance and service. When I asked for some slight changes to a dish they accommodated where they could and where they couldn't they explained why the chef wouldn't want to modify or if they didn't have the right other ingredients in house. Totally respect that! We'll be back!
This was truly the best meal I have had ...
This was truly the best meal I have had in quite some time. Perfect dish sizes, lovely presentation and beautiful pairing with the recommended wine. But the food itself was sensational, perfectly prepared. I had the crispy prosciutto-wrapped rabbit loin on polenta with fontina, the textures and flavors were sublime. Casual atmosphere, very relaxed and piedmontese Italian in feel as well.
We celebrated my husband's birthday here ...
We celebrated my husband's birthday here this week and, as always, it didn't disappoint. The cocktails are inventive, pastas freshly made and the portions just right without being gut busting like other Italian restaurants. Our server did a great job recommending wine and let us sample two varietals before we ordered.
The ambiance is romantic even on nights when they have a full house. Osteria Langhe draws an eclectic mix of diners--a nice departure from River North area restaurants where you're surrounded by tourists.
For a local place Osteria Lahnge is very ...
For a local place Osteria Lahnge is very good. The menus is varied and sophisticated. The pasta was freshly made on premises with subtle and excellent flavors. In fact one of the best I've had in Chicago. The main courses were generous but not over the top "bulk" that one sometimes gets, and again, creative and well prepared. Desert was made to order, with very tasty ingredients.
The service was knowledgeable, friendly and efficient.
This is not your Grandma's red sauce restaurant. It is a welcome addition to my favorites in Chicago.
Food was well cooked and well seasoned. ...
Food was well cooked and well seasoned. Menu is really unusual and exciting--frogs legs, snails, rabbit livers, foie. Risotto was a highlight. Shrimp, fish, and octopus cooked to perfection. Wine list and cocktails very good. Atmosphere was energetic if a bit crowded. Service we found to be a little slow. Definitely one of the more authentic and delicious italian places we have been to in the city.
My experience at Osteria Langhe on Oct 1 ...
My experience at Osteria Langhe on Oct 12 was one of the best dinners I have had in Chicago! We were a party of four. I ordered the spinach salad starter and risotto, w/shaved truffle as my entree. Outstanding! Another in our party ordered the Porchetta dish and it was full of flavor and amazingly delicious. Same for the rabbit entree at our table. Service was excellent and attentive without being overbearing. We ordered a Barolo for the table and it too was perfect. I can't wait to return!
Come ready for excellent Northern Italia ...
Come ready for excellent Northern Italian dishes -- great antipasti and meats -- with less emphasis on pastas. We followed the suggestions of our waiter/host, and were very happy with our selections, including a healthy shaving of white truffles on several dishes. Great variety of vermouths as well. A lively environment, without being too noisy to have a private conversation.
I'll be back soon (and often), as an alternative to the usual west loop and Grand Ave spots before Blackhawks and Bulls games.
We went with my in laws. It was quiet an ...
We went with my in laws. It was quiet and delicious. I love the wine selection. All the food is so authentic tasting. I highly recommend the pasta was bolognese, the halibut and the wheat berry salad which was not there last weekend. I missed it!
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.
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