Top Ten Restaurants in Chicago

Restaurant-booking website Savored, a partner of, picks ten must-visit restaurants in Chicago. Try not to drool on your keyboard.
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Chicago, Illinois
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Cafe Touche
This award-winning restaurant, located in the heart of Edison Park, features lively French fare prepared by Zagat award-winning Chef Joseph Calabrese. The menu boasts traditionally prepared dishes, like a house boullaibaise and steak frites, and pays homage to France with its extensive list of wines, available by the glass. The welcoming café bistro and genial staff assure a wonderful evening, be it romantic, or a casual meal with friends. Their créme brulee is a wonderful finish to the meal, best enjoyed accompanied by a house-made cappuccino.
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Burrowed alongside the Willow Springs' 15 mile stretch of forest preserve, you can find Courtright's restaurant, an award-winning dining sanctuary. In this truly stunning venue, William and Rebecca Courtright bring diners beautiful food in a unique culinary experience. Their restaurant has received a plethora of accolades, including four stars from the Chicago Tribune, and a feature in Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Simple American fare is brought to life by Chef Jerome Bacle, who features seasonal and local ingredients in dishes like wild pheasant and roasted Maple Leaf Farm duck breast. The restaurant has a custom-designed cellar crafted to hold 25,000 bottles, making them the Wine Spectator's "Best Award of Excellence" choice.
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They may call themselves a mom-and-pop restaurant, but Chicago's MK restaurant's sophistication and elegance speaks for itself. The seasonal menu features many dishes grilled over hardwood charcoal, like the Atlantic salmon or the veal porterhouse a la cognac. The beautiful dining area presents views of Chicago's Magnificent Mile, and chef and owner Michael Kornick seeks to showcase Chicago's seasonal ingredients in his dishes as well. MK is truly new American cooking as it should be, beautiful and clean, and honoring the Windy City with a focus on local meats and farm-fresh vegetables.
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Published: 3 Aug 2012 | Last Updated: 11 Oct 2012
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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