The Low Down
The Extras: During the winter, high tea is a treat, with finger sandwiches, pastries and individual tea service ($20).
When to Go: Monday nights feature smaller tasting portions of dinner menu plates along with two-ounce pours of 10 wines not offered by the glass.
Save Money: A fixed-price menu of starter, entree and dessert ($38 with wine, $28 without) is perfect for pre-theater dining.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This petite, theatrical-looking dining room in the historic, Deco-style Hotel Burnham---a favorite among State Street shoppers---is overseen by Derek Simcik, a well-traveled chef who draws inspiration from his multicultural past inâ¦
Can't believe people recommend this place!
By jogower1 at Menuism
I was in Chicago for business and took two authors to Atwood Cafe with several other colleagues. The... Read More
By annie at Menuism
my mom and i live right around the atwood, so it would be logical for us to go all the time. but we only... Read More
By globug2 at Menuism
It was a while ago but had the their prix fixe dinner. Food was very good. *chairs are way comfy! Read More
You'll Feel Like You're Having Lunch Onstage
By Christine Z. at Judy's Book
This small jewel of a restaurant is located in the refurbished Burnham Hotel, an architectural landmark in Chicago, conveniently located just acros... Read More
Perfect Luncheon Spot in the Loop
By Christine Z at Insider Pages
This is truly a great place to have lunch (or dinner) in the Loop. Located in the Burnham Hotel, just across from Marshall Field's, its location is... Read More