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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.
65 E. Adams St.
Housed in the same building as the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Tesori caters to a somewhat refined audience that also appreciates the food arts. The classic Italian menu with modern twists ranges from beef carpaccio to tortellini with fontina fonduta, toasted sage butter and tomato concasse to Mediterranean fish with seasonal vegetables. Some of the sublime creative cocktails are exclusive to Tesori.