The Low Down
The Extras: There are three private rooms, and the entire second floor--with a fireplace and unquestionably the best views in the house--can be reserved for groups of up to 200.
When to Go: Lunch and the post-work bar scene are boisterous here. Dinner is calmer.
Parking: Parking in the area can be tricky, so many drivers opt for valet, but if you donÂt mind walking, you can often find a meter on Columbus or further east on Randolph.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
With its central downtown location just off Michigan Avenue and views of Millennium Park and the Chicago skyline, Tavern at the Park definitely has the location angle in place. From the same team behind steakhouse Keefer's, the restaurantâ¦
Fantastic Dining Experience
By Bookworm0000 at Citysearch
I dined here twice and Tavern At The Park has become one of my favorite restaurants. The atmosphere is great, food, cocktails and service are exce... Read More
Better than expected
By nealcohen at Menuism
Being that this place is right off of Michigan Ave on the park I thought it would be uber-mediocre tourist... Read More
By Ken S at Insider Pages
is a great bar in the city! The employees are always friendly and it is very accommodating for groups! Make sure you make a reservation there first! Read More
Near Millennium Park, this American restaurant draws crowds.
By Emilie Zanger at Citysearch
The food is classic Chicago, just like the view of Millennium Park and Michigan Avenue through the soaring floor-to-ceiling windows. That suits the... Read More
Tourists and Loop workers both favor this masculine American haunt with a dark wood interior and Millennium Park views.
By Jennifer Olvera at Citysearch
Soaring windows front this flagstone-accented American eatery from the folks behind Keefer's. An off-the-clock cocktailers' dream welcomes with a s... Read More