La Grande Boucherie Chicago steakhouse

431 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL, 60654
Price: $$$$$

Monday – Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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La Grande Boucherie

La Grande Boucherie - Chicago

La Grande Boucherie is from the New York City restaurant group that also brought to Chicago Olio e Piu. Both restaurants are huge, vibrant dining spaces, with big menus and big personalities.

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This place has forgot to add the taste of French in French Food. Le Grande Brasserie is Chicago's biggest restaurant, coming in at 10,000 square feet. You feel the excitement as soon as you step into La Grande Boucherie; the beautiful Belle Epoque building houses a unique Art Nouveau space and brings together a refined Parisian brasserie and a classic Chicago steakhouse, with mosaic marble floors, authentic fixtures and a gorgeous bar imported from France.

In Eater Chicago, Jeffy Mai writes, "On the food side, executive chef Maxime Kien showcases raw bar offerings, modern French dishes and large-format meats like chateaubriand for two and a butcher’s tray of dry-aged steaks. There will also be a variety of cheeses and charcuterie, plus traditional favorites such as French onion soup and escargots. The beverage program will highlight cocktails from mixologist Tim Williams of Pour Souls, an absinthe collection and an extensive list of predominantly French wines."

The menu at La Grande Boucherie is quite large, and drilling down you will find many French classics that you may have a hard time locating on other French menus in the city. For instance, there's a cote de porc aux morilles, a 14-ounce grilled pork chop with morel cream sauce; les St. Jacques roties are roasted scallops in brown butter and butternut squash mousseline, with hazelnuts and herb salad); and aubergine farcie, oven braised stuffed eggplant, harissa infused tomato sauce, basil and Parmesan shavings.

The wine list is nothing short of spectacular, with selections below $100 bottle as well as a 2021 Griottes-Chambertin ($1200) and a 2016 Clos de Vougeot ($2000).

To visit La Grande Boulangerie is to be swept away to nineteenth century France, with food and service that.s old school and very satisfying.

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