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We stop off for dinner because our normal place we full. The normal place would have be Petterino's. Now Nonnina was great place with good staff. They check you coat. We were seated in the southeast side with a window looking south. We could see the winter falling looking to the northeast. The was just wonderful winter view. The food selection very much Italian Cauliflower Arrosto Fritto Misto (calamari and zucchini) Shrimp "Fra Diavola" ( shrimps and sauce were very good. T he ink pasta was ok. Pappardelle Duck (yes and yes) was just wonderful with grand taste and the pasta was to the teeth. The pistachio gelato need some work. We will return because of ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️🌈 Shalom MoreOpenTable Diner -
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New Rebozo is our favorite Mexican restaurant. Chef Paco is the greatest and makes you feel like a friend in his house instead of a paid guest. The enchiladas are awesome, and the moles are outstanding. The margaritas are delicious and the flan trio is an excellent end to a great meal. We have visiting this place many times over the years and even though we have moved a substantial distance always, always go back at least 3-4 times a year. It's worth it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Excellent meal with our family, including young children. Carlos and Elena made us feel special and gave our family an unforgettable evening. Food was fabulous and they knew just what to bring us to eat--including some additional items we didn't order but they thought would be good for the little one. Delicious! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We created Eden On The River for a reason: To share our love of the Mediterranean’s delicious flavors, wholesome ingredients, and bright spices! All dishes are made from scratch, using the freshest of ingredients that truly speak to the simplicity, intensity, and richness of the Mediterranean culture. We also feature a world-class wine, beer and spirits program beautifully complemented by our chic but relaxed ambiance. Eden on the River stands as the renowned restaurant & prestigious fine dining destination that delights the senses with gracious service and delectable menus. It is our greatest pleasure to welcome you to our restaurant.More
Porkchop is a restaurant and bar that dishes out an urban interpretation of a Southern backwoods experience. It is an unapologetically unpretentious neighborhood party spot serving gourmet Southern comfort food and BBQ, and featuring an innovative ‘lowbrow’ bar program with some of the world’s top whiskeys. Porkchop serves brunch, lunch, dinner and latenight on Randolph Street, and provides service for all three meal periods and late into the evening at its Hyde Park location. The music is edgy and eclectic; live music is a steady feature in Hyde Park. Porkchop offers daily drink and food specials and features a sidewalk patio in the summer.More
Located in the heart of the theatre district in the Chicago loop, we are located in the lobby of the 70 W Madison building. Whether you're looking for the perfect spot for your power lunch, happy hour, private event or pre-theatre dining we have the perfect space for you!
We believe in the long-term benefits of good food. We invest a little more time sourcing quality ingredients that are sustainable, locally farmed and hormone and antibiotic free.
We also value the short-term result of a fabulous meal. Our chefs spent a lot of time creating a menu stacked with options so fresh and delicious, our customers have to invest a few minutes of their own to make some difficult decisions!
We know that time is money, our team is excellent at discerning when our customers want to linger with their clients until the contract is signed, or when they need efficient service so they make it to the theater on time.More
Winds whipping off Lake Michigan are no match for hungry Chicagoans in pursuit of the ultimate burger and a respite from brutal winters. Historically at the heart of the meat industry, the city’s slaughterhouses now house tony Michelin-starred restaurants, and deep-dish is just one of countless takes on Italian American staples in town. Arguably the American capital of molecular gastronomy, Chicago is at once a trendsetter and the capital of casual. Calling all carnivores.