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A bumper crop of new restaurants in Chicago is a good indication that the economy is on the rebound. From casual dinnerhouses to a return to fine dining, eating out Chicago-style has never been more diverse.
While you’re at the 2013 NRA Show, held May 18–21 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, take advantage of some of the best dining destinations the Windy City has to offer.
Baume & Brix
351 W. Hubbard St.
This globally inspired yet Chicago-accented newcomer retains hints of its 1920s industrial past in combination with today’s cutting-edge culinary styles. Executive chefs Thomas Elliott Bowman, Ben Roche and Nate Park encourage diners to explore and share new taste combinations, from burrata with bacon-date compote, salad and pepitas to grilled butterfish with salsify, asparagus and hazelnut milk.