This restaurant is known for its delicious tradtional dishes and its hearty servings. The Veal Saltimbocca is said to be the best around and comes with soup or salad and a side of pasta for USD16.95.The gnocchi is homemade and the dessert menu is a delight; stop in on your next trip to the windy city.
3700 North Halsted Between Bradley Place & Waveland Avenue Chicago, IL 60657
With over 100 martinis on their menu, the most difficult choice you'll have to make at the Kit Kat Lounge and Supper Club is deciding which one(s) to try first. The good news is that whatever you choose, it's guaranteed to be delicious. One of the major draws to Kit Kat are the entertaining drag queens who strut their stuff throughout the evening. While martinis reign supreme on the menu, food options should not be overlooked. Whether looking for an appetizer or dessert to go with your drinks, or a larger meal, there are options on the menu for just about any taste. Given the lounge's popularity with boy's night out and bachelorette parties, a prix fixe party menu is also available.
With nightly drink and food specials and enough flat screen televisions to ensure a good view from anywhere in the bar, Union Park is the place to watch the big game or relax after a long day. The clientele is an eclectic mix that is truly representative of West Loop and a place where everyone can feel at home. You won't go hungry at Union Park-food is served until the wee hours of the morning. Speaking of mornings, don't miss the Sunday Football Brunches-all you can eat for USD6.99. You can host your own event or just hang out with the crowd.
724 West Maxwell Street Between Maxwell & Halstad Chicago, IL 60607
Smack in the middle of UIC's University Village, Junior's is a haven for grown-ups of all ages. Daily specials, such as cocktails and wings, a mojito menu-featuring the Passion Mojito, made with Bacardi Coco and cubes of fresh pear-that would tempt even the lightest of drinkers provides a charming blend of college sports bar and swank lounge. If the dozens of flatscreen TVs flashing Bulls, Bears, and Sox games don't move you, maybe the Friday and Saturday late-night DJs will get you up and groovin'. At the end of a long weekend, the Sunday "Blues Brunch" brings local blues musicians to soothe and entertain hungover diners.
This tiny Lincoln Park sushi joint is easy to miss, but make sure you don't. It's unassuming exterior leads you to a calm, quiet interior. Green Tea is an underground favorite of sushi lovers who want good quality sushi with very little fuss. All the staples of sushi are represented without the arrogance. Green Tea isn't for large groups, however. At maximum, it seats 17 at five tables and the sushi bar. The bulk of the business is take away, given there is no room to even wait for a table in the store-front property.
When searching for a solid Chicago style pizza, this is not the restaurant. If, however, you are looking for quality, thin crust pizza, Father and Son serves up some of the city's best. Father and Son may not be the wisest of choices when exploring restaurants with excellent customer service. It may not offer the most worthwhile pasta or appetizer dishes. The setting of this restaurant is at best a bland mixture of a traditional Italian spot and a family restaurant. What the restaurant lacks in unique pizza making or restaurant theme, it compensates for with a sincere and fantastic pizza.
The posh Republic Pan Asian Restaurant offers a selection of cuisines from around the continent of Asia such as traditional foods from China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Famous chef Evan Packer teams up with sushi specialist Min San to create original tasty dishes such as the Kobe Shoulder Loin and Maki rolls. Also, be sure to check out the daily screenings of Kung Fu movies and weekend guest DJs.
The Plan B Cocktail Bar in Chicago has a mission-to create a chic, sophisticated experience for lovers of nightlife without the pretentious aftertaste or expensive add-ons. Every week guests can expect to find special events such as guest DJ appearances and discounts on meals from the kitchen. Apt for unwinding and having a relaxing drinks with your friends after a long day at work. Make plans for a chilled out evening at Plan B; there are virtually no chances of you getting disappointed here.
You probably will not find any actual artists in Artists' Cafe, as the Café is named for the Fine Arts Building, where the restaurant resides. Artists' Cafe serves reliable diner fare, such as burgers, omelets and roast chicken. The prices are a little high for a diner, but it is a better bet than the chain restaurants found nearby. The patio is a nice place to sit in the summer. Grab a bite and go play in Grant Park, just a couple of blocks away.
Bacino's claims that its pizza is heart healthy, but don't bet your pacemaker on it. The taste of Bacino's signature spinach pizza is excellent. What the unassuming decor lacks, the restaurant makes up for in the quality of its food. Some even say that it gives other pizzerias a run for their money. Certainly, locals flock here - the size of the weekend crowds reflect this. You may have to wait, but if you are in Lincoln Park craving pizza, this is the place to go.
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