The Low Down
What to Drink: Signature cocktails are well-constructed and creative. "Poptails," like the tasty coco-lime, arrive in squat martini glasses garnished with flavored alcoholic popsicles.
Parking: Valet parking is $10.
Where to Sit: For ultra exclusivity, book the private wine room with space for 18 guests or a cabana in the solarium. Each cabana has its own bartender.
Know Before You Go: Chef Douglas Rodriguez is well-versed in Nuevo Latino---many credit him as the genre's forefather---and his Miami and Philadelphia restaurants are consistently packed.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
River East gets a wallop of Nuevo Latino-fueled scene in this river-front restaurant and bar.
by Fred Schlatter at Citysearch
Decor here uses location wisely, highlighting the River East Arts Center's generous exposed brick and weathered timber. Grotesque masks line the stepped entrance, the foyer opening to the bar area decked out with modâ¦
Worst NYE Dinner ever
By curtcha at Citysearch
we were seated at 9:30PM for a 6 course dinner seating. it took over 90 minutes between course 2 and 3 (i am not lying) and the sad thing was the ... Read More
Motivation to stay in for pizza every NYE!
By isu888 at Citysearch
Okay, let's be honest De La Costa's atmosphere is superior, but their New Years Eve execution was a train wreck. We sat down at 9:30 for 9:00 rese... Read More
Wow this food has flavor!!
By JennaV at Citysearch
This has to be one of the best additions to the Chicago dining scene. DeLaCosta is easily one of the best Chicago restaurants out there. The expe... Read More
Would Never Go Back for Dinner....
By ovalerie5 at Citysearch
I had a large group and we tried about 12 items on the menu. I prayed they would get better as the night went on, but overall a huge disappointment... Read More
Beautiful restaurant and dining experience.
By alphachiomega at Citysearch
There are few places that excite my tastebuds like this place does. De La Costa is my new favorite restaraunt in Chicago. When money is no object o... Read More