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1. Au Cheval

The open kitchen at this upscale "diner" works with ingredients ranging from bologna to foie gras.”


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2. Alinea

“Chef Grant Achatz draws foodies with New American tasting menus featuring highly creative plates.”


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3. Momotaro

“Crowd-pleasing yet refined”, this “trendy” West Loop hangout serves an “extensive menu” of “meticulously crafted” Japanese creations, including “melt-in-your-mouth” sushi and cooked dishes “you can’t find anywhere else”, alongside “awesome cocktails”; “beautiful people” fill the “stunning”, AvroKO-designed space, with a downstairs izakaya where it “feels like you’re in Tokyo”, so while it’s “not cheap”, fans say it’s “worth it” for a “special night out.”


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4. A10

“Named after a highway between Italy and France”, Matthias Merges’ “charming”, “upscale” Hyde Park kitchen offers an “innovative”, seasonal menu of Italian-leaning fare in an “intimate”, “unpretentious” setting; “creative” cocktails, “well-selected” wines and “unique craft brews” make it “fun” for “a drink after work”, and fans say it’s also an especially “good choice” for brunch


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5. Blackbird Restaurant

“Both sophisticated and hip”, this “memorable” West Loop “fine-dining staple” from Paul Kahan and company puts out “thoughtful, precise” New American dishes “bursting with flavor” alongside a “well-rounded wine list” and “unique” cocktails; if the “small”, “minimalist” setting can be “noisy”, that’s just part of its “terrific energy”, and the “bargain” prix-fixe lunch special only adds to its appeal.


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6. The Publican

“Pork is elevated to gourmet status” at Paul Kahan's West Loop New American, where an “imaginative” small-plates menu (“sharing is the name of the game”) celebrates “all things pig”, but also includes a “fine selection” of seafood and other “thoughtful” dishes for “non-swine lovers” too; drinks are “delicious” and the digs “cool”, and while “long” communal tables mean it can get “loud”, most still agree it “scores on all fronts.”


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7. Goosefoot

“Goosefoot is as much a dining experience as it is a meal. Three hours, BYOB and outstanding food make this one of Chicago's best..


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8. Chicago Cut Steakhouse

Movers and shakers” frequent this “ultra-slick” “power-dining” mecca in River North for its “outstanding”, “melt-in-your-mouth” steaks and “extensive” wine list, all offered by a “personable”, “professional” staff; the “airy”, “see-and-be-seen” setting on the river boasts a “lively” (sometimes “raucous”) bar and “expense-account” tabs come with the territory.


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9. Bencotto

Bencotto means a meal "well done" or cooked perfectly in Italian. Voted Best Italian Restaurant by Chicago Magazine four years in a row, Bencotto puts a uniique spin on traditional Italian cuisine or regional specialties by offering dishes designed to share. The atmosphere is contemporary though mixed with the feel of an Old World kitchen. Pasta is the signature dish and guests can order it al dente or cooked to their liking choosing also between eight sauces. Bencotto is located in the "Q" building in Little Italy, open for lunch and prides itself on excellent customer service so if undecided ask the staff for a recommendation.


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10. Casa Guadalajara

Mexican eats with live mariachi music, indoors or on the vibrantly colorful outdoor patio.


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