35 "People Watching" restaurants in Chicago.
Gibsons is a classic Chicago steakhouse that deserves its reputation.
Any restaurant with the words “Pie” and “Biscuit” in its name is probably a place you want to go.
Swift & Sons might have a separate seafood restaurant inside of it, but this steakhouse is the star of the show.
Pub Royale is an Anglo-Indian pub serving excellent cocktails and Indian inspired food. It’s a unique, delicious, and fun time.
Like Brian Urlacher's former coverage skills or Dennis Rodman's hair, Dusek's has range.
Parson’s Fried Chicken & Fish serves good fried chicken on the best patio in town. This is an excellent hangout spot when it’s nice outside.
Momotaro is like a Japanese Discovery Zone. You may need to sample the menu a bit, but hit your stride and it’s a great meal.
Three Arts Cafe is a beautiful restaurant inside the atrium of the RH store. This place is one of a kind and a great afternoon hang.
Mon Ami Gabi is a classic French bistro in an upscale Lincoln Park residential building.
Pacific Standard Time is a very large and busy River North restaurant serving California-inspired food.
Excellent sandwiches are hiding on the second floor of Eataly. We tell you how to find them.
Piece Pizzeria is serving New Haven Style pizzas, and it’s the ideal spot to hang out over pizza and beer with your friends.
Fümare is home to an excellent sandwich that alone is worthwhile - Montreal style smoked meat on rye is where it's at.
Shake Shack's burgers live up to the hype, but the food love stops there. Local partnerships at least help give the first Chicago location some street cred.
The Allis is open to the public on the first floor of Soho House, and it's a great place to settle in for coffee, food, and even your work.