Dining in Chicago

The Berghoff
Located at West Adams Street, The Berghoff restaurant offers a beautiful, old warm charm ambiance and delicious, homemade German dishes. Diners can enjoy the likes of freshly made Reuben sandwiches, grilled bratwurst, traditional Schnitzel with creamed spinach and potato cakes as sides, topped off with apple strudel or black forest cake for dessert. Diners can also choose other food items like burgers and seafood. The Berghoff also houses a cozy bar serving excellent German beer and mixed drinks.

Italian Village Restaurants
The Italian Village Restaurants claims to be the oldest Italian restaurant in the city of Chicago and boasting the Midwest's largest wine cellar with more than 45,000 bottles. Situated on West Monroe Street, the Italian Village Restaurants is actually a combination of three restaurants all housed in one building. Diners will love the charming decor and atmosphere as well as the tasty, authentic Italian dishes.

McCormick & Schmick's Fresh Seafood Restaurant
On East Wacker Drive, McCormick and Schmick's offers some of the best and freshest seafood in town with more than 30 varieties of fish and other seafood. Additionally, diners can enjoy pasta, beef, and poultry dishes. McCormick and Schmick's features a lively bar and comfortable restaurant setting.

Park Grill
For tasty and creative American dishes, head over to the Park Grill restaurant at North Michigan Avenue. Conveniently located in Millennium Park and Grant Park, the Park Grill is an attractive and popular restaurant offering food and entertainment for everyone in the family. They have an outdoor patio for summer that also serves as an ice rink in the winter. Additionally, Park Grill features a bar with several televisions. Diners can choose the likes of beef burgers, vegetable and bean burgers, Chicago style hot dogs, tacos, chicken wings and more.

Situated in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Building, the Rivers restaurant is another of the city's most popular restaurants. Serving savory American dishes that change seasonally and an excellent wine list, the Rivers restaurant also offers splendid scenic views of the city. Located nearby several theaters and the United Center sports arena, Rivers makes a great place to dine before a show or a Chicago Bulls basketball game or a Chicago Blackhawks hockey match.

Plymouth Restaurant
Housing three floors with a restaurant, two bars and a popular rooftop patio, the Plymouth Restaurant is a Chicago favorite. Diners can enjoy hearty portions of fantastic American dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks on the scenic rooftop patio, which heated during the winter.