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Alinea
9
$$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
Lincoln Park
19 reviews
If you have four hours and $265 to spare, the 18-course tasting menu that showcases Grant Achatz's stunning, cutting-edge food is a fantastic experience. — Fodor's
Avec
8
$$
Italian
West Loop
18 reviews
The brilliant Chicago restaurant that launched a thousand wood-burning ovens. — Bon Appétit
Mindy's Hot Chocolate
8
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Dessert
West Town
15 reviews
The savory menu is well crafted, too, with choices such as a pork chop with sausage and spaetzle and a tuna melt made with tuna poached in olive oil, wild capers, and Havarti cheese. — Fodor's
North Pond
8
$$$
American
Lincoln Park
12 reviews
A former Arts and Crafts–style warming house for ice-skaters at Lincoln Park's North Pond, this gem in the woods fittingly champions an uncluttered culinary style. — Fodor's
Frontera Grill
8
$$
Mexican
Central
15 reviews
Owners Rick and Deann Bayless are widely credited with bringing authentic Mexican regional cuisine to a wider audience. — Frommer's
Acadia
8
$$$
American
South Loop
10 reviews
A "special-occasion place", this seafood-focused South Loop New American impresses with Ryan McCaskey's "imaginative", "delicious" prix fixe meals presented "beautifully". — Zagat
Girl & The Goat
8
$$
American
West Loop
12 reviews
Bravo's Top Chef Season 4 champion Stephanie Izard's highly anticipated restaurant lives up to the hype, serving sharable plates of seasonal Mediterranean fare. — Fodor's
Blackbird
8
$$$
American
West Loop
11 reviews
Named for the French slang for Merlot, Blackbird has remained relevant for nearly two decades via stunning presentation of modern Midwestern fare. — Condé Nast Traveler
Schwa
8
$$$
American
West Town
11 reviews
At some point during a recent meal at Schwa—between the pad thai and the arctic char roe, I believe—a chef came out of the kitchen with two small plates. — Time Out
The Publican
8
$$
American
West Loop
13 reviews
Simple farmhouse fare. — On the Grid
GT Fish & Oyster
8
$$
American
Central
10 reviews
It has all the trappings of an authentic East Coast seafood house, one brought up to modern day speed. — Gayot
Big Star
8
$
Mexican
West Town
14 reviews
There’s no question what you’ll get if you score a seat at Big Star: tacos. And we’re not talking about boring old Americanized tacos. — Frommer's
The Purple Pig
8
$$
Mediterranean
Magnificent Mile
11 reviews
There are many small-plate Italian enotecas in town. But only one features the tagline “cheese, wine, and swine.” — Travel + Leisure
Bistro Campagne
8
$$
Cafe
Far North Side
12 reviews
If you're looking for rustic French fare on the North Side, this is the place to come. — Fodor's
Le Bouchon
8
$$
European
North Side
10 reviews
Le Bouchon is Le Sh*t. We don’t know how well that translates into French, so let’s make it clear that Le Bouchon is one of our favorite restaurants around. — The Infatuation
The Bristol
8
$$
Italian
Wicker Park / Bucktown
10 reviews
Chef-partner Chris Pandel is a big believer in seasonal, made-from-scratch ingredients, and that goes for the ketchup, vinegar, pickles and preserves. — Gayot
Little Goat Diner
8
$$
Burgers
West Loop
10 reviews
This addition to the West Loop, run by “Top Chef” winner Stephanie Izard, is not just a diner—it’s a full coffee bar, all-day breakfast eatery and fresh bakery. — Where
Nico Osteria
8
$$$
Italian
Gold Coast
10 reviews
The Thompson Hotel is one of Chicago’s hottest hotel destinations, so it seems fitting to tap one of the city’s finest chefs to make its restaurant a culinary destination. — Fodor's
Chicago Cut Steakhouse
8
$$$
American
Central
9 reviews
Come nightfall, well-heeled noshers join the nine-to-fivers, elevating the glitz factor to typical Chicago steakhouse caliber. — Gayot
NoMI Kitchen
8
$$$
Burgers
Magnificent Mile
11 reviews
There are some major indulgences on the menu... but a more approachable option would be the lobster, served as two split halves stuffed with rock shrimp, brioche and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. — Chicago Tribune
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