The Low Down
Fun Fact: The restaurant is housed in a former tailor shop that belonged to the owners, who also own nearby Jubilee Juice and Grill. They gutted the space to make this place.
The Extras: Pata negra, a highly sought-after and hard-to-obtain ham that comes from Spanish black-footed pigs is on the menu. Of course, it comes with a hefty $15 price tag.
Know Before You Go: A variety of dipping sauces, such as harissa, chili and rose aioli or fiery date chutney, can accompany dishes for $2 apiece. There's even an olive oil flight.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Region-hopping Mediterranean small plates keep things interesting at this intimate Warehouse District hotspot.
by Jennifer Olvera at Citysearch
Vibrant yellow walls complement burgundy booths and upholstered chairs at this Restaurant Row eatery, where a regionally diverse Mediterranean menu showcases Italian, French, Greek and Turkish flavors. Small platesâ¦
What a gem.
By foodmonger85 at Citysearch
Sitting next to Chicago's gargantuan Girl and the Goat, it seemed life must be hard for the tiny, tastefully-decorated Nia restaurant. After dinner... Read More
By Gizzy at Citysearch
Small and quite but nice. Good portions for the price. After eating there a couple times I've started craving it. I really like the Sangria and ... Read More
Really not so good
By 6623 at Citysearch
What can I say. It really was not a great experience and none of the food was worth the price. Mistakes in the order that any restaurant claiming t... Read More
By pegl at Citysearch
The restaurant is small intimate. Servers and Nia are great. We went there for my birthday and everyone know it was my birthday and came to the t... Read More
By nnowakow at Citysearch
Although we had decent service...took a while to get the waiter to bring water but after that they were on their game...the food was just ok. I re... Read More