Your Guide to Chicago Restaurant Week 2017

Hey Chicago, two weeks of dining deals are headed your way! Chicago Restaurant Week 2017 returns on January 27 and continues through February 9. Over 300 restaurants will participate this year, including 66 new participants for 2017!

Chicago Restaurant Week features special prix fixe menus starting at $22 for brunch (new this year!) and lunch, and $33 or $44 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity).

 

4 Steps to Your Best Restaurant Week

Want to make the most of Restaurant Week this year? Follow these simple steps:

  1. Browse the list of Chicago Restaurant Week participants – – we’ve included a couple of our favorites below!
  2. Check out the brunch/lunch/dinner menu offerings.
  3. Make your reservations early.
  4. Reserve Restaurant Week parking with SpotHero to save time and score a great deal.

 

To get you started, here are a few of our favorite Restaurant Week spots with parking nearby:

Balena

Italian – Dinner menu

Parking near Balena

 

GT Fish & Oyster

Seafood – Brunch, Lunch and Dinner menus

Parking near GT Fish & Oyster

 

Monteverde

Italian – Dinner menu

Parking near Monteverde

 

Nico Osteria

Italian – Lunch and Dinner menus

Parking near Nico Osteria

 

RPM Italian

Italian – Dinner menu

Parking near RPM Italian

 

salero restaurant

Spanish/tapas – Dinner menu

Parking near Salero

 

Stella Barra Pizzeria

Pizza – Brunch and Dinner menus

Parking near Stella Barra

 

Tanta Chicago

Latin – Lunch and Dinner menus

Parking near Tanta

 

First Bites Bash

Looking for a unique culinary experience this year? Don’t miss the First Bites Bash on January 26 from 5:30-8:30pm. This official kick-off event for Chicago Restaurant Week takes place at Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier. Enjoy delicious tastings from more than 60 of Chicago’s most celebrated chefs and restaurants. Chef Sarah Grueneberg of Monteverde Restaurant & Pastificio will host the event.

Tickets are available for $125 per person, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Greater Chicago Food Depository.

 

Bon appétit, heroes!