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Experience Chicago Restaurant Week 2019 in the Loop

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Posted  4 months ago  in  Eat & Drink

Chicago Restaurant Week is extended through February 12, with participation from nearly 400 local restaurants throughout the city and suburbs, including 100 first-timers.


Chicago Restaurant Week takes place January 25-February 12 and features special prix fixe menus starting at $24 for brunch and lunch and $36, and $48 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax, and gratuity). There’s nowhere easier to take advantage of Restaurant Week than in the Loop—grab lunch during the work week, or stick around for a delectable dinner in the heart of the city at any of these Loop favorites:

The Atwood

Just steps from the bustle of the Loop, you'll find a stylish respite: Atwood is Chicago's premier spot to mix, mingle, and delight in the joys of inventive food and drink.

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The Berghoff

Proudly serving German cuisine with an American twist for more than 120 years, The Berghoff Restaurant is a Chicago classic.

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Cherry Circle Room

Located in the historic Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, the Cherry Circle Room is a Beard Award-winning establishment known for its elevation of the steakhouse genre—and its unsurpassed cocktails.

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Cindy’s

The jewel in the crown of Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, Cindy's is a rooftop restaurant and open-air terrace overlooking Millennium Park and beyond.

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Exchequer Restaurant and Pub

The family-owned-and-operated Exchequer Restaurant and Pub has been serving delicious food in the Chicago Loop since 1969. Exchequer provides a family-friendly, casual atmosphere with more than 500 pieces of Chicago sports and movie memorabilia.

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Flight Club

Flight Club is the home of the Social Darts phenomenon and a multi-award-winning venue. Flight Club Chicago features 14 beautiful playing areas (called Oches), two bars, and a restaurant led by Chef Rick Gresh.

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The Florentine

Located in the JW Marriott Chicago, The Florentine offers an elegant yet accessible interpretation of seasonal Italian cuisine. Characterized by simplicity and paramount ingredients, The Florentine's menu showcases top imported Italian pastas, cheeses, salts and meats as well as ingredients from local and organic farms.

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McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks on Chicago's Wacker Drive offers culinary excellence at its best. Its menus reflect seafood from the Pacific Rim, Atlantic Ocean, and Gulf of Mexico, and it also sources products from local ranches, farms, and wineries to showcase regionally inspired dishes.

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Morton’s The Steakhouse (Wacker Place)

Morton’s The Steakhouse is Chicago’s original steakhouse, offering prime steaks and extraordinary service that exceed guest expectations.

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Remington’s

Remington’s is a classic American grill in Chicago that serves up warm hospitality, unparalleled service, and, of course, amazing meals.

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Staytion Market & Bar

Located in Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel, Staytion Market & Bar is a chic restaurant providing a trendy and distinguished nightlife scene while serving seasonal dishes and creative craft cocktails.

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Steadfast at the Gray

Featuring Midwestern ingredients from valued local purveyors, house-made charcuterie, and two passionate chefs, Steadfast's menu features affordable steaks and seafood with elegant plating and dynamic flavor and aromas.

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Terzo Piano at the Art Institute of Chicago

Located in the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago, Terzo Piano is committed to serving local and regional organically grown produce and farm-raised meats and poultry.

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Vivere

One of three restaurants in historic Italian Village, Vivere allows you to experience regional contemporary Italian cuisine in a setting that is both luxurious and whimsical. Vivere specializes in creating dishes that not only follow the latest trends in Italian cuisine, but also pay homage to its rich culinary tradition.

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State & Lake Chicago Tavern

Named after the iconic intersection in the heart of the Loop, State and Lake Chicago Tavern serves up new twists on bistro fare, with an emphasis on featuring the finest locally sourced and wholesome ingredients.

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Raised: An Urban Rooftop Bar

Raised is an urban rooftop indoor/outdoor bar that offers unparalleled service and breathtaking views of Chicago.

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The Walnut Room

The world-famous Walnut Room at Macy's is the first restaurant ever opened in a department store. With Circassian wood paneling imported from Russia and Austrian chandeliers, the 17,000-square-foot dining room is both elegant and comfortable. The Walnut Room is best known for classics like Mrs. Hering's Chicken Pot Pie and French Onion Soup, as well as more contemporary menu offerings created by some of the country's best-known chefs as members of the Macy's Culinary Council.

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Tesori

Tesori is an Italian-inspired trattoria and bar with a well-stocked and wonderfully lit full bar, featuring a menu filled with delicious Italian-inspired cuisine and some of the best drinks in the Loop.

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Commons Club

Commons Club in Virgin Hotels Chicago is where cocktails embolden a palate-pleasing culinary menu, and where guests and locals meet and share stories.

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LH on 21

This London House Chicago rooftop establishment offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Dine indoors or out as you enjoy re-imagined American cuisine and cocktails.

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The Mid-America Club

Mid-America Club offers fun business and social events all year long, top amenities, and a gorgeous downtown view. Sip and savor in its restaurants, and relax with a drink in bar and lounge areas.

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Wells Street Market

Wells Street Market taps into the city’s best chefs, purveyors, and artisans for its unique, elevated take on an urban food hall. Boasting nine fast-casual restaurants in addition to a full-service bar and a specialty flower service, this neighborhood gem appeals to a wide range of tastes and needs.

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For more dining options, visit our Eat and Drink page.