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March 25-April 10 is Restaurant Week in Chicago, and that’s when you can get special pricing on some of each restaurant’s best menu items. Here’s a list of some of Chicago’s best restaurants that will be participating in Restaurant Week.


Amaru, an intimate pan-Asian restaurant in Lincoln Park, offers lunch for $39 and dinner for $55.


Avli in River North serves up traditional Greek classics with a contemporary twist: lunch, $25; dinner, $39.


Acanto is a casually elegant Italian restaurant that appeals to business diners and tourists alike, with special lunch for $25 and for dinner, $55.


Coco Pazzo


Coco Pazzo in River North, is a local classic, and during Restaurant Week, it’s offering exquisite Italian dinners for $55.


Carnivale in the Fulton Market neighborhood is a big, vibrant, and colorful space, and for Restaurant Week, special dinners are just $55.


Avec in the West Loop is another landmark restaurant from One Off Hospitality, who also gave Chicago Blackbird and The Publican. Dinner is $55.


Atwood serves contemporary interpretations of classic American dishes in a beautiful Daniel Burnham-designed hotel; during Restaurant Week, dinner is $55.


Dear Margaret, unique in the city, offers French-Canadian food that is both familiar and new; during this one week, dinner is $55 for takeout or dining in.


Avli in River North


Coda di Volpe in Lakeview has a menu of tantalizing Southern Italian dishes, and during Restaurant Week you can have lunch for $25 and dinner for $55.


Dove’s Luncheonette, specializing in Mexican and southern cuisines, has a special Restaurant Week lunch for $25 – you don’t want to miss this.


If you haven’t visited any of these exceptional restaurants, Restaurant Week is an excellent time to check them out.




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