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 5:00pm to 12am / Dining 5:00pm to 10pm
Friday and Saturday
Bar 5:00pm to 12am / Dining 5:00pm 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, 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
Really great experience! Went on a Tuesday for the 38 prix fixed dinner. What a value?! Plin and polpo were amazing and so was the rabbit and the quail. Apple tart desert was the weakest link in my opinion and the honeycomb stayed in my teeth for hours (ha). With a bottle of moderately inexpensive wine dinner was not in expensive for a Tuesday (still close to 200 for 2 people) but the value is worth is on occasion especially for a special occasion on a Tuesday. It’s cute, dark and romantic inside but also loud but not too loud. Service was slightly spotty at times (had to ask for desert menus) but overall not bad. Will be back again one day for another special Tuesday occasion.
Their main dishes (rabbit loin, scallop) is EXTREMELY salty.
Their White Truffle Risotto was pretty good, but I am not sure if that was worth $40-50. I could probably get better Truffle Risotto at Quartino for $15-20.
Had a full course meal from appetizer through dessert, and nothing was super impressive. Rabbit Loin was recommended by server too, was pretty disappointed how there was nothing satisfying in that dish.
Even Affogato, tbh very hard to fail type of dessert, was pretty bad. The coffee was bitter. The ice cream part was good, but the amount that was given was very minimal.
If you have to go there, avoid the dishes above. Maybe you will have better luck. But I'd honestly go somewhere else.
This place reminded me of being back in Italy. Dim lighting & romantic. They have an extensive Italian wine list. Most of which I did not recognize so just relied on the bartender for a recommendation. The food was absolutely delicious. Just the right portion too! We had the shrimp risotto (special at the time) & beef ragu. Amazing! Panna cota is not to be missed. Highly recommend this place. Saw the mayor there dining too.
Excellent Piemontese food, which makes it Italian but halfway to Lyons. Authentic dishes, tailored to American tastes. Not your standard Italo-American spaghetti and meatballs. Excellent service and advice from our server. Usual great red wines of Piedmont region. Small space, busy bar scene, but not overly noisy or crowded. Highly recommended.
I loved the food, but I don't think my dining experience matched my expectations. The staff was friendly but didn't impress me with their knowledge of the menu. We were provided with a very basic explanation. The menu is unique, filled with Italian phrases, and the staff didn't try to explain what was going on on it.
The tables are way too close to each other. The prices are high-end restaurant prices, but the experience is poor when you can hear other's conversations, as other parties sit a foot away from you. In my opinion, this itself makes is not worth the price we paid for the dinner, as we had a 4-person party next to us, and I could barely hear what my date was saying due to the noise coming from that table.
Why we hadn't been in such a long time- I don't know! We live in the neighborhood and feel so lucky to have such a great spot so close to us! We went just because, but I'd be just as happy to go for a birthday or anniversary. The service is warm and thorough, and the food is thoughtful and truly delicious!
Our server became really condescending and passive aggressive after we didn’t order enough for her expectation. The rest of the meal, everything was followed by “.......if that’s ok...” it was pretty sad. I brought a friend who is a restauranteur and winery owner who is Italian heritage but French national. We had stopped a couple other places earlier in the day. I was very proud to show him one of my favorite spots in the city but it was her rigid behavior that dominated the evening.
Nate and Hubert
We really enjoyed our meal at Osteria Langhe. The Insalata grigliata and mushroom risotto with truffles were both outstanding! And the panna cotta with pumpkin and balsamic brown butters was also fantastic. We were not crazy about the wine selection which was exclusively from the Piemonte region. But altogether, a delightful dining experience.
We were presented with a bottle of wine. That was way out of our price range. And not informed about the cost. And we were not given choices to pick from.
Small portions and a bottle of wine for 3. With tip over 250.00 dollars. For a local neighborhood place.
I have been going to Osteria Langhe for special occasions for a couple years now and it never fails to impress. The only thing that I don't personally like is how loud it can get--it is a smaller space so noise travels pretty easily but that's more of a preference than a complaint about the restaurant. Amazing food and the people who work there clearly enjoy their jobs.
Tuesday prefixe dinner service, 3 courses for $38. My wife and I shared every dish. The plin are unbelievable. The rabbit, I don't know how to describe that outside of saying that is easily one of the best dishes I've had in a very long time. The desserts were difficult to decide on, of my table one does not like hazelnut and one does not like espresso so that was challenging. However the Apple honey dessert was superb.
Im always looking for new great places to try and this was a great find.
Food is excellent. Great flavors, well presented and satisfying portion size.
I went for veal to begin, followed by rabbit for main. The only thing i wanted to fault, was food envy of seeing other peoples selections (Im coming back for pasta)
Wine list can be a little tricky to get your head around (100% Italian) but the servers are very respectful, walking you through it and trying to match your tastes
This was our fourth time at Osteria Langhe but it had been a while. We were seated right away. My wife had a dry white wine and I had a cocktail (classic negroni) -- both delicious. My wife had the rabbit and exclaimed it might have been the best entrée she has ever had -- anywhere! I had the swordfish risotto, a tad salty, but delicious. Our waiter helped us big time with the red wine - a Malvira vintage. Delicious and we left the last half glass for the waiter!
Easy street parking, a neighborhood gem, great service, food and wine.
We had not been before, but live close by and walk past frequently-always packed. Casual, inviting atmosphere . Staff was knowledgeable and very helpful-made great suggestions for food and wine. Shared several appetizers-loved the plin. Entrees were terrific-scallop risotto was perfect. We will be going back!
A peak inside a lesser known region of Piemonte Italy. Italian food you know and love, but elevated. Best when plates are shared. Plin and Ragú are a must, but so is everything on the menu. Good luck trying to pick the "right" wine, because they make the choice tough, but the staff is friendly and knowledgeable to support your decision! Osteria Langhe is a must!
Started with a martini that was very small. They only have London Dry gin, no other brands! Our waiter was not very attentive. Atmosphere is old and uninteresting. Possibly would go back if we lived in the neighborhood, but since we don't, it is not worth the trip to return.
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