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Filini | New restaurant

Sophisticated Italian food sets up shop in an iconic building.

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Polipo: Octopus salad with black and white chick peas, radicchio and mint at Filini.

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Filini at the Raddison Blu

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Filini at the Raddison Blu

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Cappellacci: Butternut squash ravioli, sage, amaretti & Parmigiano Reggiano at Filini

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Vitello: Veal loin wrapped in bacon, asparagus, cipollini, radicchio & Bergese sauce at Filini

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Filini bar area

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Spaghetti: Shrimp, clams, mussels, scallops, calamari and tomato at Filini.

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Filini at the Raddison Blu

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Photograph: Martha Williams

Filini at the Raddison Blu

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Filini pizza: Tomato, arugula, buffalo mozzarella and speck Alto Adige at Filini.

Filini The last time you wanted to eat at a Radisson was…never. But the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel, located in the Loop’s now-iconic Aqua Tower, is a different story: You’ll want to get into this semiformal Italian spot to see what the inside of Aqua looks like (not to mention chef Christian Fantoni’s antipasti, house-baked focaccia, gnocchi and osso buco). 221 N Columbus Dr (312-477-0234).

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