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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.
350 N. State St.
Reminiscent of the old Crickets and New York’s 21 Club, Tortoise Club updates those clubby classics with a contemporary yet timeless menu. Signature dishes include steak tartare, wild pheasant pot pie and fresh Dover sole with Champagne truffle sauce. Owner Keene Addington is the founder of multiunit Flat Top Grill, an Asian stir-fry concept that he sold three years ago.