Latest Chicago restaurant reviews

Which Chicago restaurant should you dine at tonight? Read through our most recent Chicago restaurant reviews.
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Restaurants, French

Monnie Burke’s

icon-location-pin Lower West Side

Pilsen’s newest barstaurant draws you in with its sprawling patio and keeps you coming back with delicious cocktails and crowd-pleasing fare.

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Passerotto

icon-location-pin Andersonville

Equal parts warm and captivating, this Andersonville storefront turns out Italian-tinged Korean fare and food-loving wines in a homey space.

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Pacific Standard Time

icon-location-pin River North

Mingling California’s bounty with Asian and Mediterranean influences, Erling Wu-Bower’s sprawling River North restaurant is imaginative and intensely likable.

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Bars

Mordecai

icon-location-pin Wrigleyville

With some tasty chef-driven bites, refined cocktails and a pricey rare spirits library, Mordecai embodies Wrigleyville’s slick new direction.

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Restaurants, American creative

Fort Willow

icon-location-pin River West/West Town

Team DMK’s treehouse barstaurant is a whimsical choice for post-work tipples and snacks, though globe-trotting small plates occasionally miss the mark.

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Restaurants, French

Bar Biscay

icon-location-pin River West/West Town

This unexpected newcomer from Team mfk. serves unrestrained Basque-region flavors in a refreshingly buoyant space with nightclub-lite vibes.

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The Warbler

icon-location-pin Lincoln Square

This next-door sibling to Ravenswood's relentlessly popular Gather doles out crowd-pleasing, plant-forward dishes in a casual space that suits the 'hood.

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S.K.Y.

icon-location-pin Lower West Side

Chef/owner Stephen Gillanders wows with craveable, Asian-inflected dishes at this handsome Pilsen newcomer that pulsates with warmth and generosity.

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Gideon Sweet

icon-location-pin West Loop

Clever, mostly tasty small plates are well-paced at this lighthearted addition to Restaurant Row, where thought-provoking cocktails alone are worth the trip.

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