After you’ve tried Nico Osteria, our in-house restaurant, we recommend some of these neighborhood staples. Whether you’re craving deep-dish pizza, a famed Chicago steakhouse or pristine sushi – you’re staying in the right place. We hope you’ve come hungry.
Maple and Ash
8 W Maple St, Chicago, IL 60610
An innovative take on the traditional steakhouse — mixing a modern aesthetic with authentic service to deliver classic wood-fired dishes.
1009 N Rush St, Chicago, IL 60611
Pan-Asian small plates, sushi & sake served in a sleek, modern space with an atrium.
937 N Rush St, Chicago, IL 60611
Located amist bustling Rush Street, Le Colonial features a first floor dining room, seasonal sidewalk cafe on the first floor and a bar, lounge and all season terrace overlooking Rush Street on the second floor.
1110 N State St, Chicago, IL 60610
Tacos with global flavors in a counter-service setting with beer & margaritas.
Original Pancake House
22 E Bellevue Pl, Chicago, IL 60611
Tavern on Rush
Steakhouse fare, nightly DJs & outdoor seating define this lively, upscale restaurant.
Upscale cafe chain in Barneys department store for refined Italian-American plates & salads.
Lou Malnati’s Pizza
Most of us wouldn’t even think of leaving Chicagoland without a dose of deep-dish from Lou’s.
The Gold Coast outpost of this Japanese Fusion restaurant featuring “a big side of Anything Can Happen.”
This ubiquitous steakhouse has become famous for just one thing: prime cuts of beef, aged for over three weeks.
A comfortable, yet sophisticated, contemporary tavern offering artisanal, locally sourced takes on American favorites.
People watching on the patio fuels the vibrant hum of this Gold Coast hotspot for classic Italian-American dishes, premium steaks and seafood.
The name says it all, as Chef Tim Kirker brings a little bit of Paris to Chicago’s Côte d’Or.
Hugo’s Frog Bar
This little sister to Gibson’s specializes in ocean-size plates of seafood in a bustling nautical atmosphere.
For over 25 years, this classic American steakhouse has kept them coming back for huge portions of USDA Prime—and supersized Martinis.