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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
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Italian
West Loop
18 reviews
The brilliant Chicago restaurant that launched a thousand wood-burning ovens. — Bon Appétit
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Dessert
West Town
14 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
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Mexican
Central
17 reviews
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Mexican
West Town
15 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
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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
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American
West Loop
13 reviews
Simple farmhouse fare. — On the Grid
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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
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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
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American
Lincoln Park
12 reviews
At the Lobby, Wolen’s star dish was a roasted chicken for two, a dish brought to Chicago from New York’s NoMad (the sister restaurant to Eleven Madison Park, where Wolen was a sous chef). — Time Out
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Diners
West Loop
12 reviews
Exposed brick, leather banquettes, and mood lighting make this the ideal date spot—whether it’s of the romantic or friendly variety. — goop
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Japanese
Central
9 reviews
Chilean sea bass with a Malaysian spice rub and curried cauliflower puree is my favorite, and tender slices of medium-rare duck breast wrapped around blistered shishito pepper are delicious. — Chicago Tribune
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American
Gold Coast
10 reviews
Oprah's former personal chef is not short on friends and admirers, yet newcomers who score a reservation feel just as welcome in the cozy, country-home environs. — Fodor's
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Burgers
Lincoln Park
11 reviews
Nothing’s changed much in the 79 years since this Old Town rib institution started packing in the crowds, and that’s okay with us. — Time Out
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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
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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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American
Central
9 reviews
Come nightfall, well-heeled noshers join the nine-to-fivers, elevating the glitz factor to typical Chicago steakhouse caliber. — Gayot
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French
West Loop
10 reviews
Welcome to dinner as theater, where the only thing more radically varied than each new theme is the quality of the food. — Michelin Guide
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Italian
West Loop
9 reviews
You wish your mama in the old country cooked this good. — Not For Tourists
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Indian
Central
10 reviews
An innovative fusion of Indian and Latin American cuisine delights diners at this River North restaurant. — Travel + Leisure
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