Here are my thoughts on the best restaurants I have been to in Chicago keeping the ethics, affordability, and vegetarian-pescatarian options in mind. The restaurants and bars I have on here are not necessarily all new, but places I have had the pleasure of eating and drinking at in 2018.
Tag: Chicago dining
Ora: A Refined, Affordable Sushi Experience
The food here was mouthwateringly delicious and high-quality. The service here though could be improved. They don’t seem to have their act quite together…
Girl & the Goat Review: A West Loop Haven for Meat Lovers, Accommodating for Pescatarians
Girl & the Goat seemed like this legendary restaurant that was so hard to get a reservation for. I made a reservation here months ago for a Friday night at 10:15pm (the best time I could get). Considering how busy this place is, I had very high expectations. I watched Stephanie Izard on Top Chef years ago and was very excited to finally try her classic, legendary restaurant…
Beatnik Review: 18th Century Decadence with a 21st Century Flavor
With a name like Beatnik, I had very high expectations for this cocktail bar/restaurant that opened up recently in the West Town neighborhood. I am first of all happy to see a new restaurant open up in the West Town neighborhood because it definitely needs more options for restaurants.
Eden Review: Rustic Greenery in an Urban Environment
We had an amazing, unique, and beautiful culinary experience here to celebrate a romantic, special occasion. I loved EVERYTHING about our experience here.
Giant Review: A space for all culinary appetites
I was a bit weary of this place since I had heard mixed reviews from friends. Some people love it while others deeply dislike it. But I am on the “love this place” team.