Townhouse Restaurant & Wine

(312) 948-8240 | View Website

111 S Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL | Directions   60606

41.880522 -87.636613

Restaurants, New American, Traditional American  more

Price: $$

Tags: Business Breakfast, Business Dining, Hidden Find, Lunch Spot, Theater District Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Central, Loop

Townhouse Restaurant & Wine
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Reviews for Townhouse Restaurant & Wine

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Terrible Quality and Overpriced – The food quality here is terrible. I've had a salad and sandwich from the restaurant, both of which were horrible. The vegetables in both were wilted and brown. The sandwich roll was so dry, I could barely swallow it. I work in this building and walk past it everyday. The aroma smells like the deep fryer of a fast food joint, and definitely would not draw me in for a meal.

over a year ago

Business dining gets another outpost in the Loop with this contemporary American restaurant and wine bar. – The Scene
Loopers who lunch file into a lofty, contemporary space anchored by a soaring glass and cable wall and a dramatic wine display. Back on earth, dozens of two- and four-tops fill in the warm dining floor, fitted out in light wood, mustard paint and mosaic tile. Further back an exposed kitchen operates at full steam for most of the day, while a long bar does the bulk of its business after 5pm.

The Food
Sister Midtown Kitchen may be cozier, but the menu here--giving play to small plates and seafood--is more inspired. Clumps of warm bread mingle in a zingy arugula salad with shiitake and button mushrooms, goat cheese and shallot vinaigrette. A light favorite: a cheese platter with a tangy balsamic vinaigrette reduction. Bell pepper salsa accents enormous bacon-wrapped shrimp marinated in sweet chili sauce, while tender dijon-flavored short ribs get a breadcrumb coating and sides of polenta and charred asparagus.


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