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Maple and Ash Chicago8 W. Maple St., Chicago, IL 60610
Romantic, with a beautiful space for some of the best steak in Chicago, it’s Maple & Ash for sophisticated, superb meat-centric dining. The huge central second floor dining room at Maple & Ash is draped with sheer, diaphanous drapery that cushions sound and wraps you in a warm invitation to indulge to the point of excess.
Artango Bar & Steakhouse
Modern South American cuisine lays the framework for Artango Bar & Steakhouse, featuring a medley of Argentine, Venezuelan and Peruvian dishes, all with contemporary variations.
Ruth's Chris Steak House Dearborn St.3 locations in Chicago
Renowned for superior steaks slathered in hot butter, New Orleans-bred Ruth’s Chris Steak House purveys some of Chicago’s very best steaks. The upscale steakhouse chain, which has three Chicagoland locations and dozens more worldwide, underwent a massive remodel in 2015 and 2016.
New American cuisine harkens to Old Hollywood glamour at this forthcoming West Loop spot. The restaurant and bar is rooted in a vintage aesthetic, inspired by lounges and restaurant that lined Sunset Boulevard in the mid-1950's. Art deco design elements, shareable plates and a musical playlist that toes the line between old and new are a few focal points that help tie BLVD to the colorful past.
Palm Restaurant - Chicago
“The best steakhouse in Chicago,” boasts The Palm’s website, and many would concur with that appraisal. Chicago Magazine puts it among Chicago’s “top steakhouses.” The Palm, located inside the plush and stylish Swissotel Chicago, has long been recognized as both a social and a gastronomic lodestar in Chicago,
Chicago Chop House
Set in a restored Victorian brownstone, Chicago Chop House offers the same pure downtown steak experience today as it has for more than 30 years. It opened in 1986 in River North, a neighborhood now inundated with flashy, conventional dining options.
Rosebud Steakhouse2 locations in Chicago
Rosebud Steakhouse, part of the iconic Rosebud Restaurants group, is legendary for excellence, serving some of the best steak in Chicago. Alex Dana is the man behind the hugely successful Rosebud Restaurants. A little history is provided by the Rosebud Restaurant’s website:
ABOUT LAST KNIFE
WHERE STEAKHOUSE MEETS GASTROPUB: About Last Knife is equal parts a play on words and a play on a steakhouse. From “About Last Night,” the classic movie set in Chicago to morning-after conversation, we thought it was time to make steaks less serious, more fun.
Ditka's - Chicago3 locations in Chicago
When it comes to Chicago steakhouses, Ditka's restaurant exemplifies the good-natured spirit – and the truly great steaks – of the Midwest. The former NFL star's restaurant takes the best of Chicago steakhouses -- from the meat, of course, to the mahogany-themed decor, white tablecloths, and
Perry's Steakhouse & Grille2 locations in Chicago
In Oak Brook, minutes from Chicago, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille serves up some of the best steaks around, just like downtown…maybe better. Oysters, shrimp and a seafood tower are items you pretty much expect on most steak house menus, and we must admit, we’re always glad to see those familiar options offered.
Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse, Chicago4 locations in Chicago
Named “Best Steakhouse in Chicago” by the Chicago Tribune Dining Poll, Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse attracts fans of steak…and sports. Harry Caray was a radio and television sportscaster who covered five major league baseball teams and spent the last sixteen years of his career broadcasting for the Chicago Cubs. Before that, he called games for the Chicago White Sox, and it was at old Comiskey Park that that he inaugurated the singing of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the seventh inning stretch.