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Baptiste & Bottle

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4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Baptiste & Bottle
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Time Out says

An approachable, bourbon-centric restaurant located on the 20th floor of the Conrad Chicago Hotel. Chef Richard Sandoval has partnered with Chicago local, James Lintelmann, to create Baptiste & Bottle, named after Chicago's first resident, Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, where you enjoy an elevated dining experience featuring regional menus paired with a one of a kind bourbon and cocktail program surrounded by views of the Chicago skyline.



Address: 101 East Erie Street
Cross street: between East Erie Street and East Ontario Street
Transport: El: Red to Grand. Bus: 125.
Price: $30 and under
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 6:30am–10:30am, 4pm–11pm; Fri-Sat 6:30am–2:30pm, 4pm–1:30am; Sun 6:30am–2:30pm, 4–11pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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We visited with an out of town guest right after Thanksgiving.  If you love Bourbon, this is a sweet spot to check out.  They have a solid ginger mule but also a fine selection for someone looking for out of the ordinary liquors.  The seats are cozy and cushy and our server was very knowledgeable and helpful.  I am not sure why I don't go to hotel bars more.  There was no wait and we were seated right away on a Saturday night.  This is a great spot for a chill evening and conversation.


I visited Baptiste and Bottle just before Christmas with a large group of co-workers.  The restaurant is on the top floor of the new Conrad Hotel in River North just a block away from work so obviously I love the location.  The door staff was really friendly when we asked how to find the restaurant which I appreciated.   When we got upstairs I was impressed with the decor.  It's masculine without being too heavy, perfect for a modern Bourbon bar.  Since we only got drinks I can't review the full experience but my drink, the Prince Edward, was really well made with a cool presentation. I hope to visit again soon to try more drinks and the food.