The Best Steakhouses Reviews & Articles in Chicago
Chicago Chop House Is the Place to Be When It’s Cold Outside
Though it’s a popular restaurant any time of year, Chicago Chop House can be the most comforting when temperatures hover near and below zero. The main dining room is cozy and comfortable, and the staff exemplifies the combination of attentiveness and friendliness that warms the heart. Then there’s the prime steak, butchered in house, prepared by consummate kitchen professionals, giving you the warm feeling that you’ve eaten well and are ready for the frigid temps outside.
ABOUT LAST KNIFE INTRODUCES NEW CULINARY TEAM AND MENU
About Last Knife (ALK), the modern steak bar on North Michigan Avenue, today announces the appointment of Rodney Staton to executive chef and Joey Hejtmanek to sous chef. Influenced by their backgrounds working in intimate, independent, neighborhood restaurants, the chef duo are taking an avant-garde approach to ALK’s menu with dishes inspired by both gastropub fare and the modern steakhouse.
Summertime Specials at Chicago’s Best Steakhouses
Okay, we get it: steak may not be the first thing you think of on a steamy summer night…but why not? Even if you’re not in the mood for red meat, which is hard to imagine, many of Chicago’s best steakhouses offer some of Chicago’s best fish dishes. There are even a few summertime specials that will make a steakhouse on a summer day seem like the best idea ever.
Chicago's Best One-of-a-Kind Steakhouses for Keeping New Year's Resolutions
Best Steakhouses to Visit During Chicago Restaurant Week, 2019
Steakhouses, especially in a beef-centric city like Chicago, are usually not among the most promising places for a cheap date. Usually setting you back a few hundred dollars for dinner with drinks, steakhouses offer premium dining experiences at premium prices, so most diners may tend to visit them only on special occasions. Makes total sense. From January 25 to February 7, 2019, however, you can visit one of the following six fine Chicago steakhouses and have brunch for $24, lunch for $36 or dinner for $48. We call that a bargain. There’s probably been a place you really want to try, but you’re reluctant to shell out the shekels – well, Restaurant Week is going to change all that.
Best Chicago Steakhouses for Holiday Cheer Between Thanksgiving and NYE
You may have had your Thanksgiving turkey, Christmas ham, Hanukah latkes and Kwanzaa jerk chicken, all good chow…but where’s the beef? If during the holiday season you develop a hankering for steak, here are some Chicago restaurants where you can keep the holiday cheer going between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve – with a big, juicy steak.
Just Like Downtown: Rosemont’s Big City Steakhouses
For many of us in Chicagoland, going out for dinner on the weekend means getting in the car and heading downtown. If you live anywhere west of Austin Avenue, however, you might seriously consider changing your weekend dining out plans if they involve a trip into the city. Many of Chicago’s best steakhouses have locations in the western suburb of Rosemont, a convention hub that attracts some of the biggest names in Chicago dining. Here are some Rosemont steakhouses that started in Chicago and then set up in the suburbs, offering the same high-quality dining experiences without making the trip into the big city.