You??d expect a restaurant inside the Quadracci Pavilion to be bright, modern and anti-cafeteria. The menu??s verbiage touches on art (the Kandinski cookie, Bauhaus brat burger). Enjoy a chopped salad or trout with fingerling potatoes as you gaze out at the wide-blue yonder.
Like sitting in an upscale fish house in New England ?? that??s the intention. Windows on three sides present an impeccable view of Lake Michigan on a clear day. Serves a stellar buffet-style, all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch. The oyster bar and caviar service are highlights.
Square lines, leather booths and an elegant bar define this Cudahy Tower space, a sure bet for foie gras, Strauss veal and the porterhouse for two. Desserts are definitely worth a look.
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Besides a primo menu of aged beef, the restaurant showpiece of the new 833 East building offers an outdoor patio – essential for gazing at movers-and-shakers.
The owners trekked the handsome old bar inside this cozy spot all the way from Boston. Known for Meatloaf Monday and for a relentlessly satisfying menu by executive chef Thi Cao, whose creations include a losbter roll to grilled hanger steak.
Modern Italian-American steakhouse that promises “destination-worthy wines and bourbon.” Dinner menu features wine-braised short rib fettuccini and 22-ounce dry-aged bone-in rib-eye. Read more…
The lunch counter winds around this art deco dining room like a Formica serpent. Perfect morning fuel reads like this: hot coffee and blueberry pancakes.