When you have a lunch meeting, hold it at one of these restaurants, which are impressive—and most importantly—delicious.
The duck carnitas queso fundido with fresh tortillas is a must order.
Beautiful fresh sashimi and briny oysters make this one of the top spots for seafood in the city. Also, chowders and other soups will warm you up. Plus, great seasonal pies!
Sure, you'll find excellent steaks and strong martinis, but I also like the seafood dishes and the towering desserts.
A Chicago classic, Blackbird offers a steal of a lunch menu—for $22, you'll get three courses.
RL has a gorgeous room and executes the classics, like the Dover sole and Caesar salads, well.
Lovely restaurant in the Park Hyatt with views of Michigan Avenue. The desserts are inventive and artichoke soup is delicious.
Quiet and airy spot for a lovely breakfast. Try the challah French toast with poached cherries!
They're revamping the bar, so in the meantime, grab a table and go hungry for the Caesar salad cart, pretzel-crusted crab cake, or, of course, steak.
The Gage offers dishes that are classics with a sense of whimsy. Try the Scotch eggs! There's also an exceptional cocktail program, so make sure to peruse a menu.
The housemade hot dog is served with condiments on the side so you can dress it to your liking (tip: put ALL OF THEM on). Also the butterscotch miso milkshake is to-die for, and there is a spiked hot chocolate list.