Restaurants & Nightlife in Chicago

Restaurants and Nightlife

Chicago restaurants and nightlife offer cuisine and cocktails for every taste. Get ideas for where to eat and drink and check out the latest news and reviews. You can find different cuisines and types of bars. You can also browse our map of Chicago restaurants and nightlife and search by location to find one closest to you.

 

A new twist on the traditional tea service launches at ENO Wine Room inside Hotel InterContinental.


Chicagoans love their brunch and if you are also a fan of Mexican food, there is no better option than Cantina Laredo, located at the intersection of State and Illinois in River North. The brunch menu, available on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., focuses on modern twists to traditional brunch options.


Christmas is coming early to the Headquarters Beercade in River North with their upcoming inaugural A


Chicago restaurants open on Thanksgiving

When you don't feel like spending all Thanksgiving in the kitchen either cooking or cleaning, you can make reservations instead. Check out these Chicago restaurants open on Thanksgiving


Le Sud ("south" in French) offers a truly authentic French-Mediterranean menu focusing on fresh, high quality ingredients, enhanced with modern techniques. Located at 2301 Roscoe Street (on the corner of Oakley) Le Sud has started out strong and considering the “dream team” behind the concept, it will only get better.


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The Globe Pub is known for two things: football and beer. After our Chef's Table event, you can add tasty food to that list.


 recently opened Ravenswood location commemorates the traditional Me


Between the Buns, and exciting guest chef series featuring sandwiches, has landed at Commons Club and is seeking to raise money for charity. Eat your heart out for a good cause!


This Gypsy revival is much more than “Another Op’nin’, Another Show”. The rough-hewn, minimal set could barely contain Chicago’s Grande Dame and seven-time Jeff Award winner E. Faye Butler as Mama Rose, the ultimate leading lady, who commanded the audience’s attention from start to finish.