You know what. If you just hang out on Randolph Street just west of the highway there are shit tons of good restaurants and bars all in like a 10 block radius.
It is in February.A day and a half isn't enough time man.
Sunda has beautiful setting and is a hotspot in the city for people 30-40.I don’t want to say money’s not an issue, because I’m not loaded by any means, but we are gonna be there for a day and a half and I want to squeeze in what I can. We are mid 30s, and pretty much open to eating any food. My wife loves Japanese so we will make sure we hit that place up for sure.
This guy gets it.It is in February.
I love this town, but more often than not, Chicago in February is the worst place in the entire history of everything.
I hope you get lucky OP, but it's usually not a fun time to take in the sights. Millennium Park does have an ice skating rink nestled into the city skyline if you want to make the wife all squishy. Otherwise, note the recommendations close to your hotel because two blocks may be all you can take.
Blackbird has ONE Michelin star you IDIOT. You FUCKIN MORON> Seriously though, it's a great restaurant though, and has a surprisingly cheap lunch menu for the quality.Price range?
How old are you?
What is your favorite food?
Gibsons Italia, reserve in advance 75$ a plate.
Sunda. Japanese fushion. 60$ a plate.
Blackbird 100+ 2star Michelin rated restaurant. Fancy. Posdibly best food in chicago.
JOHNNIE'S in Elmwood Park on North Ave. the italian beef is murder here.My wife and I will be making our first trip to Chicago in February. Any opinions on The River hotel? We also planned on eating at Ditkas restaurant, and a tour of soldier field. Is there anywhere else you’d recommend to eat or see? Thanks.
You can go to top of Willis Tower, Navy pier (u can see that famous fountain from married with children at the park from there lol) wrigley field, shedd aquarium those are the places I went to when I visited.My wife and I will be making our first trip to Chicago in February. Any opinions on The River hotel? We also planned on eating at Ditkas restaurant, and a tour of soldier field. Is there anywhere else you’d recommend to eat or see? Thanks.
Portillos is horrible and for tourists and millennials. I can think of 10 place with better beef sandwiches, 100 places with better hot dogs. Portillos fries are made of polyurethane, they are delivered to Portillos frozen in a 30 lb paper sackPortillo's or go home.
I moved to Oregon and OMG, I sure miss me some Portillo's.
if you're spending $350 for 1 meal, you may be the biggest sucker on the planet.If money is not an issue, go eat at Alinea. It is about 700 dollars for 2 people. Don't remember what year, but it was voted one year as the best restaurant in the entire United States.