Chicago Restaurant Week in Lincoln Park
Posted on January 24, 2018
Ready for 14 days of delicious, multi-course meals? Chicago Restaurant Week kicks off on January 26 and continues through February 8. There’s no better place to start Restaurant Week than right here in Lincoln Park, with these neighborhood favorites.
1935 N. Lincoln Park W.
Visit award-winning restaurant The Blanchard for a modern and unique take on classic French cuisine. It’s the perfect place for an elegant dinner paired with a carefully crafted cocktail.
2100 N. Halsted
Chez Moi is the epitome of a classic French bistro. Enjoy a delicious dinner with the family, and don’t forget to finish the night off with Chez Moi’s Famous Gateau Breton with Caramel Sauce.
Mon Ami Gabi
2300 N. Lincoln Park W.
With its simple, yet sophisticated atmosphere, Mon Ami Gabi creates the ideal French bistro. It specializes in traditional fare such as Onion Soup Au Gratin, Trout Amandine and Steak Frites.
De Quay Restaurant
2470 N. Lincoln
De Quay brings a new meaning to the phrase “comfort food.” Familiar dishes like meatballs and baked chicken get a fun twist. The intriguing cuisine is inspired by both Dutch and Indonesian flavors.
340 W. Armitage
This year, Geja’s Cafe is celebrating 50 years of being Chicago’s renowned fondue restaurant. Enjoy a full meal of delectable fondue in this romantic cafe with a Spanish twist.
Kings Dining and Entertainment
1500 N. Clybourn
Looking for more than a traditional dining experience? Head for fun and delicious food at Kings. While the expansive menu, packed with premium burgers and craveworthy appetizers, is enticing enough, don’t forget about the bowling lanes, table games, and fully-stocked bar!
2056 N. Lincoln Park W.
Head back to the 70s when you visit R.J. Grunts. Boasting a unique dining experience and funky decor, music, and dishes from the feel-good decade, this restaurant creates a night you won’t forget!
Earls Kitchen + Bar
1538 N. Clybourn
Can’t decide where to grab a bite? When in doubt, head to Earls Kitchen + Bar, an expert in American cuisine with interesting cultural twists. Open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekends, this upscale eatery has something to please everyone!
2075 N Lincoln
After recently undergoing an exciting renovation, Gemini is open to the public and can’t wait to show off its new space and menu! From the start of your meal, perhaps with fresh Prosciutto & Burrata, to the end, Gemini serves up modern, upgraded cuisine.
1417 W. Fullerton
Did someone say brunch? Knife&Tine is the perfect place to satisfy your weekend appetite, whether you’re searching for mimosas, chilaquiles, biscuits and gravy, or anything in between. If you aren’t feeling brunch, their dinner menu (and wine list) make elegant cuisine approachable and fun.
Stella Barra Pizzeria
1954 N. Halsted
Stella Barra upgrades the traditional pie by creating signature, artisanal pizzas that use fresh, farmers market ingredients. Head over for dinner every weeknight or brunch on the weekends!
Not Your Average Flavors
2024 N. Halsted
Dig into some delicious tapas in this lively, Mediterranean cafe! Open for dinner and brunch, Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba has a menu that boasts anything from sangria to citrus french toast.
Doc’s Rib Joint @ Kingston Mines
2548 N. Halsted
Doc’s Rib Joint brings the realest down South up North to Chicago, with a menu featuring hearty southern classics like red beans and rice, ribs, and catfish. Located at the back of Kingston Mines, Doc’s is always open until last call to satisfy your cravings, no matter the time of day.
Interested in seafood? Oyster Bah is an oyster bar and fresh seafood restaurant, strongly influenced by the flavors and dishes of the East Coast.
Summer House Santa Monica
1954 N. Halsted
Let Summer House Santa Monica take you away to a beach house in California, with whitewashed wood, warm tones, and a wood-fire grill. The open kitchen dishes out an ever-changing menu of American cuisine, inspired by locally-sourced produce and ingredients.