Looking for an old-school dining experience? Look no further. Here’s a look at four classic Chicago restaurants.
Lou Mitchell’s: A diner destination near Union Station that’s been serving up comfort-food breakfasts and lunches since 1923. Added bonus? Free Milk Duds for the ladies.
Chicago Chop House: Located in a restored brownstone, the walls are graced with historical and nostalgic photos of Chicago, including famous gangsters and mayors
Chicago Pizza & Oven Grinder: Sitting across the street from the scene of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, this Victorian-esque restaurant is known for its individual pizza pot pies.
Gene and Georgetti: Business types hobnob with loyal regulars at this institution. You might event spot a famous face—many celebrities have eaten here and have the photos to prove it.