The Low Down
What to Drink: With an emphasis on California and France, the wine list offers a nice selection of bottles ($25-180) and half bottles, plus a dozen wines by the glass.
The Extras: Several different prix fixe menus are available for pre-theater diners on their way to nearby Steppenwolf, Red Orchid and Second City.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Chicago certainly is flush with bistros. Unfortunately, we have mixed feelings about this one. The atmosphere is pure Parisian, but the food doesn't always feel (or taste, for that matter) authentic. However, all the standbys are here:â¦
By Mallory Ulaszek at Citysearch
First there is their brunch. They always have a Quiche and Omelette du jour which are always tasty, but if the day's selection is not for you, def... Read More
Great Date Spot, Romantic, AMAZING FOOD
By nolachitown at Citysearch
I absolutely love Bistro Margot. I've been to this place a few times now and each time, it gets better. On my last visit, I had the duck medallion... Read More
Good food, nice patio
By paws26 at Citysearch
My son and I were looking for a place for lunch before heading home to Detroit after looking at DePaul & Loyola. We headed up into the Old Town are... Read More
AVOID the VALET!!!
By jamit at Citysearch
Food was great but AVOID the Valet... Car got dented and valet denied the whole thing... Then the restaurant says they can't doing anything about... Read More
Great from start to finish!
By lindsay16 at Citysearch
My boyfriend and I had our Valentine's Day dinner at Bistro Margot and we were both happy we did! The Escarot was great as well as the Beef Welling... Read More