You'll feel like you're on vacation while hanging at these swanky hotel bars.
Perched in the Park Hyatt Hotel on the 7th floor w breathtaking views of Michigan Ave, it's hard not to love this fancypants "casual dining" resto even if a spicy tuna roll is $21.
You may think the Ritz is a little too stuffy or expensive, but deca is actually a very happy medium and a nice little cocktail stop while shopping on Michigan Ave.
Steak is great, but their complimentary popovers are the bomb dot com. Don't leave DB's without 'em!
What. A. Treat. Make a date take you for a special occasion or your husband on an anniversary. Or even a very cool (and expensive) girl's night out. And if it's in season, you CANNOT do without the dark chocolate covered bacon Manhattan.
Feel very grown up, very Chicago and very old school at Potter's Lounge in the Palmer House. It just feels right.
Balsan has a very long, beautiful bar. Perfect for a long, beautiful stay at the absolutely perfect Elysian.
Bernard's reminds me of a bar that Ralph Lauren either designed or implanted in his own home. It's rather regal with very regal pricing.
Forget stodgy and stuffy, the Four Seasons is officially a hotspot for the trendsetting crowd. Chef Kevin Hickey is the coolest Four Seasons chef in - uh - the whole world.
Move over, Miami. Chicagoans can raise the roof at this Miami-esque rooftop bar. If you like that kind of thing, this is your spot.