Joyous Times Call For Festive Foods

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SEAFOOD 

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Set in one of Chicago’s most iconic buildings with views of the river, this essential Chicago restaurant has some of the best seafood around. Added bonus: live jazz music by the legendary Eric Hochberg Trio every Tuesday through Saturday. And what rhymes better with lobster than some good ol’ jazz? 

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

Originating in Miami Beach, Joe’s has been in business for over 100 years. With locations in Chicago, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C., Joe’s continues to serve among the finest crab legs, shrimp, and steak in the world. 

Shaw’s Crab House 

A premier seafood restaurant that offers quality and daily-sourced dishes. Their broiled twin South African lobster tails are a must-try dish off their spectacular menu.

CAVIAR 

Heritage 

Heritage is a staple in the community, paying homage to all of the immigrants who built this city. They bring fine dining to the kitchen table with their attention to Chicago’s past, present, and future. Heritage has an extensive caviar selection and a grand caviar tasting menu.

STEAK 

STK 

STK takes their steaks very seriously. Each piece of their USDA beef comes primarily from farms in nearby Iowa and Nebraska. The Linz Heritage certified black Angus cattle are certified, allowing for consistency and the highest quality marbled beef.

Gibson’s

Gibson’s is a superior steakhouse with spectacular views, an extensive menu, and locations in Chicago, Rosemont, and Oak Brook. After trying Gibson’s grass-fed Australian ribeye paired with any one of their delicious sides, you’re sure to become a regular.

Roka Akor

A contemporary Japanese Robata cuisine specializing in rare wagyu steak. Wagyu is among the most desired and luxurious meats with a tenderness that is unparalleled. Roka Akor offers a thoughtful dining experience and dishes meant to be shared.

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