Bring a Hearty Appetite to Chicago Restaurant Week

January 23, 2020

All of the holiday eating might have come to an end, but Chicagoans still have a delicious event to look forward to. Chicago Restaurant Week is January 24 through February 9 (that’s almost 2.5 weeks, but who’s counting?), and it is actually the largest restaurant week in the country with hundreds of participating eateries. 

Every type, style, neighborhood, and ethnicity of food is well represented, from Brazilian just outside Naperville, to Chinese in the Fulton River District. Most restaurants are offering special prix fixe menus consisting of multiple courses for one flat rate – $24 for lunch or brunch, and $32 – $48 for dinner. It’s your chance to try someplace new, or make a long overdue reservation at one of your favorites. Chicago Restaurant Week encourages reservations, and the site has a full list of menus and participating vendors. You can even search by neighborhood, food type, and keyword to make it easier than ever. Don’t miss this annual celebration of Chicago food!

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