18 S Michigan Ave
Italian Fare & Award-Winning Wine Program Across From Millennium Park
Acanto is the ideal destination for those who appreciate authentic Italian cuisine together with an inviting dining experience in a conversation-friendly atmosphere. The wine program is one of the most lauded in the U.S. with a two-glass “Best of Excellence” rating by Wine Spectator.
800 S Michigan Ave
Tuesday – Thursday: 7AM-9PM
Grant Park Bistro is an American bistro focusing on approachable contemporary dishes. The menu highlights dishes made with fresh, local and seasonal ingredients. The beverage program focuses on local and regional products given the restaurants commitment to limit their carbon footprint. Diners can expect to find an affordable selection of unique American made wines; a variety of local beers and craft cocktails. The spacious bar area is perfect for enjoying cocktails after a day exploring the city and dinner can be enjoyed in the intimate dining room with views of the open kitchen. In the warmer months guests can enjoy the large patio along Michigan Ave.
17 E Monroe Street
Valet service is available on Monroe Street.
Express Grab & Go Breakfast: 6:30AM-10AM
Lunch and Dinner (takeout): 11AM-10PM
Lockwood Restaurant & Bar’s rotating, seasonally fresh menu plates high taste quality from scratch with the help of local farmers and an in-house rooftop garden + apiary, rounded out with perfectly prepared trademark cocktails. Located on the lobby level of the historic Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel, we invite you to elevate your theater experience with chef inspired menus, extensive wine lists and 6 hour theatre parking validation with dinner purchase.
1 N. Upper Wacker Drive
Award winning Executive Chef Laura Piper drives the American Contemporary culinary scene in Chicago with a creative menu that boasts fare that is approachable and fresh. One North proudly serves sustainable seafood and antibiotic-hormone free proteins. The bar features an impressive and extensive selection of craft beer, artisanal cocktails, and fine wine. The restaurant is housed within the landmark One North Wacker building, where diners are privy to an extraordinary view of the historic Chicago Lyric Opera House. One North Kitchen & Bar is newly remodeled with floor to ceiling windows, beautiful marble, exquisite lighting, ceramic tile flooring, fashionable indoor and outdoor patio seating, and elegant bar. Chef Piper has created an ideal atmosphere for intimate dinners, social gatherings, business meetings, private events, and pre or post opera and theatre performance meals and happy hours.
77 E Adams Street
Parking is available at Inter-Parking in the Adams-Wabash self-park or at 55 E. Monroe
Afternoon Tea Service: Daily, 11AM-8PM
Owner and Chef Klara Muchnik and her son, Vadim Muchnik, opened Russian Tea Time in 1993. Centrally located in the heart of Chicago’s Downtown, Russian Tea Time has earned the distinction of being one of Chicago’s culinary “landmarks.” Russian Tea Time offers a variety of dishes from the diverse regions of the former Soviet Union Republics. Guests can indulge in an extensive assortment of vegetarian dishes – Tashkent Carrot Salad, Eggplant Orientale, Beet Cavier, and Golubtsy (cabbage rolls) to name a few. Some of the signature dishes include Pelmini (meat dumplings), Borscht (Ukranian soup), Russian Blinis (think Russian pancakes), Wild Game, Cavier, and many more. Experience our Afternoon Tea Service, offered Friday-Sunday from 2:30-4:30PM. Indulge in Russian Tea Time’s homemade, delicious, and savory desserts and house blended tea.
24 S Michigan Ave
Iconic Michigan Avenue Gastropub
The Gage has become a perennial favorite of locals and visitors alike for over ten years by effortlessly blending European influence with American style. The restaurant serves refined, rustic cuisine, innovative libations and an award-winning wine list all in a lively, convivial setting. A “must visit” among Chicago’s dining scene.
OFFICIAL HOTEL PARTNER
17 E Monroe Street
North America’s most established hotel, the Palmer House Hilton first opened its doors in 1871 and has remained the place to “see and be seen” in downtown Chicago. When you come to our hotel, you don’t just stay here, you live here – even if it’s only for a night. Today, having undergone a $215+ million renovation, we continue evolving to serve you with the latest conveniences and comforts in meetings, accommodations and dining – a hip and historic blend of modern nuances and Chicago cultural significance.
720 S Michigan Avenue
24 E Congress Pkwy
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