The Grill on the Alley

The Grill on the Alley

909 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL
(312) 255-9009 serving: Central, Near North Side
open:Monday To Sunday From 06:30 AM To 01:00 AM

Sidewalk Score: 9 out of 10
Location, Location, Location:


Restaurants, Traditional American, Seafood, $$$, Bar Scene, Breakfast, Brunch, Business Breakfast, Business Dining, Celeb Hangout, Group Dining, Hotel Restaurants, Online Reservations, Outdoor Dining, Private Rooms, Romantic Dining, Steakhouse, American Express Accepted, Diners Club Accepted, Discover Accepted, Mastercard Accepted, Open 7 Days, Visa Accepted,

The Low Down


Where to Sit: Booths in the main dining room are intimate and have plenty of room; for a more casual vibe, lounge in the bar area, where a lighter menu of bar fare is served.

Rants, Raves & Reviews

by at Gayot

As one might expect, this warm, masculine place---all black leather banquettes and caricature-adorned mahogany walls---is a favorite among Mag Mile shoppers, who flood the spacious, meat-minded dining room in search of familiar sustenance.…
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Great dishes to cool off with at Taste of Chicago
By Amber Gibson at Citysearch

Both the gazpacho and the mango rice pudding I had at their booth at the Taste of Chicago were so tasty and so refreshing. Whoever designed the men... Read More

By Jared K at Insider Pages

Extensive menu that serves an older clientele. Lot's of choices, even if you don't eat meat. Attentive service and wonderful deserts, especially th... Read More

steak house?
By tvqnx at Citysearch

In the very beginig I was a litle intimidated by the decor all framed artwork and the prices ($39 NY strip) however at the table waiter brougth (wi... Read More

The Best Spot on the Magnificent Mile!!
By luckyleo at Citysearch

From the moment I walked through the doors I knew it was going to be an awesome experience. The atmosphere at The Grill captures the very essence ... Read More

Best service
By bernieluke at Citysearch

I've been to The Grill many times - mostly eating in the bar area. First - they know how to make a whiskey sour. That won my allegiance straight ... Read More