The Low Down
Private Rooms: Downstairs there's a roomy private party facility featuring a bar and semi-private lounge/dining room with LCD screen and projector.
Where to Sit: Sidewalk seating along Michigan Avenue provides a stellar view of Millennium Park 's Crown Fountain.
Know Before You Go: The private pub is open to the public on Friday nights.
Fun Fact: It is rumored that back in the space's factory days, renowned Chicago architect Louis Sullivan kept offices somewhere on the premises.
Parking: Valet at University Club on Monroe Street just south of the restaurant for $15 or park in the Grant Park garage.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
You can call The Gage many things---a pub, a gourmet dining experience, an after-work hangout, a swanky wine bar---but don't call it a gastropub. At least not to owner Billy Lawless, a native of County Galway, Ireland, who feels the termâ¦
Nice place for after work socializing
By wilamae w. at Judy's Book
Good crowd and good food. Read More
Try the duck sausage sandwich
By Amber Gibson at Citysearch
I love the patio seating here - it's perfect for people watching on Michigan Avenue and if the day isn't too hot I highly recommend sitting outdoor... Read More
By John T at Insider Pages
Great food, service and location! We had reservations and the staff ensured we were well taken care of and out on time to make the show Read More
Great for After Work
By MFA11 at Citysearch
I keep recommending it and will still because the owner is so nice, the space is great and the food is really good when it is "on". Read More
Food Should be Better
By rayemeyer at Citysearch
My Husband and I really, really wanted to like The Gage. It is within walking distance to our fabulous condo, it had been highly recommended by se... Read More