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.

 

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Located at 500 North Michigan Avenue, The Purple Pig restaurant offers cheese, swine and wine, among other standout dishes, showcasing the flavors of Italy, Greece and Spain.


If champagne spoke Italian, it would be Franciacorta. Meet the sultry Italian sparkler that whispers sweet nothings to you and lets you sparkle!


If you're going to watch the 2018 Chicago Air and Water Show this weekend you don't have to fight the crowds for blanket space.


Pork chops and applesauce. You get bonus points if you know the 70s pop culture reference – but another reason to utter those words would be a visit to Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in Oakbrook.


The wine cellar at Benny’s Chop House is immediately behind the bar. It's tall and narrow. Just wide enough for two people to pass each other if they’re really close friends.


Pizza is a Chicago obsession. The debate about deep dish will never likely be resolved. But most people forget that there are other types of pizza in Chicago.


Chicago has become obsessed with ramen in the past few years, and one of the most popular ramen options in the city is Furious Spoon.


The new Ravenswood location's menu is similar to Rojo Gusano's Albany Park headquarters, featuring an elevated, global-fusion spin on the simple street foods of Latin America.


Italian restaurants abound in Chicago, and to stand out a new restaurant must have something special to offer. Locanda most definitely fits that bill.