Old Town Brasserie

Old Town Brasserie

"An Old Town destination- Classic French with a playful, elegant twist"

1209 N Wells St, Chicago, IL
(312) 943-3000 serving: Central, Near North Side

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


Restaurants, French, $$$, Bar Scene, Date Spot, Late Night Dining, Local Favorite, Notable Chef, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, American Express Accepted, Discover Accepted, Mastercard Accepted, Open 7 Days, Visa Accepted,

The Low Down


The Extras: Nan Mason--that mainstay of the local lounge music scene--sings on weekends by the bar. It's a throwback, but can be a little grating for guests still lingering over dinner.

Rants, Raves & Reviews

Restaurant heavyweights collaborate on French in Old Town with brisk results.
by Fred Schlatter at Citysearch

The Scene
Warm yellows, dark woods and brassy fixtures make for a cozy, neighborhood vibe, though not decidedly French. Enviously thick slabs of gold-and-black-flecked granite top a long walk-around bar, perpetually stacked by…
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great in every way!
By ontheshore at Citysearch

I love this place. Food is great, and so is the atmosphere. pricing is reasonable, staff is friendly. One of my favourite places in the area. Read More

Magnifique French ambiance
By jila2 at Citysearch

Best place to go for a night of excellent food,deserts and entertainment. Can't wait for my next visit. Read More

Best Food and Atmosphere with perfect price
By said dini at Citysearch

The menu is simple and to the point. Les Hors D'oeuvres are great..I had the Chilled Asparagus,king crab, toasted black sesame seed, truffle oil a... Read More

Excellent Food!!!!!!!!!!
By suzen22 at Citysearch

This restaurant was highly recommended by my former husband who is quite a food connoisseur. He was right on, as expected!! Read More

Great food, duck my favorite, can't pass up the souflle
By javid at Citysearch

Very Pleasent atmosphere, divided dinning rooms provide the privacy if that is what you want, Service staff pleasent and accomodating. Food present... Read More