Chicago Restaurant Week 2017: 14 days, 350 restaurants

Chicago Restaurant Week 2017: 14 days, 350 restaurants

Chicago Restaurant Week (CRW) 2017 returns on Friday, January 27 through Thursday, February 9 for its 10th year.

This year more than 350 restaurants are participating including 66 new restaurants.

Newbies for 2017 include: El Che Bar, Café Robey, Dove’s Luncheonette and Beacon Tavern to name a few.

Beautifully presented Argentine fare on West Randolph at El Che Bar

Beautifully presented Argentine fare on West Randolph at El Che Bar

Restaurants are located throughout Chicago and its neighborhoods as far west as Atwater’s (15 S. River Ln.) in Geneva, as far north as Bistro Bordeaux (618 Church St.) in Evanston and as far south as A10 at 1462 E. 53rd Street in Hyde Park.

Reservations and information for the annual 14-day culinary celebration can be found here.

Prix fixe menus for brunch and lunch will be available for $22 and dinner menus for $33 and/or $44 (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity).

New this year is brunch.

Brunch menus will be offered at the following CRW restaurants: Acanto, Appellation, Bar Pastoral, Bar Siena, Beacon Tavern, Beatrix,  Bistronomic Bohemian House Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba! Café des Architectes and the Cigale Private Dining Room, Chop Steakhouse, The Dawson, Dolce, The Duck Inn, Farmhouse Tavern (Evanston), Freds at Barneys, GreenRiver, GT Fish & Oyster, Imperial Lamian, The Kitchen Bistro, Knife&Tine, Mago Grill & Cantina, Mercadito, Mexique, Miss Ricky’s, Mon Ami Gabi Lincoln Park and Oakbrook, Orso's Restaurant, Paramount Room, Porkchop, Public House, Remington’s, Revival Social Club, Revolucion, River Roast, Robert's Pizza Company, Roy's, Siena Tavern, Stella Barra Pizzeria, Summer House Santa Monica, Sunda, White Oak Tavern & Inn, The Windsor and Yoshi's Cafe.

GreenRiver offers brunch with a view. Photo: Carole Kuhrt-Brewer

GreenRiver offers brunch with a view. Photo: Carole Kuhrt-Brewer

Tastes from around the globe are on the menu for CWR with Mediterranean Japanese, Asian, French, German, International Fusion, Vietnamese, Spanish, Chinese, Latin, Mexican, Indian and more--all well represented.

“Chicago continues to be held high as a mecca for great dining and we’re thrilled to once again showcase Chicago’s diverse food scene as part of the 10th annual Chicago Restaurant Week 2017,” David Whitaker, Choose Chicago President & CEO, said. “This annual celebration not only attracts diners with the opportunity to enjoy a great deal on amazing food, but we have also seen it as an opportunity to have visitors use this incentive to explore and become acquainted with new culinary hot spots.”

Preview menus at the First Bites Bash

To kick off the 10th Annual CRW 2017, Choose Chicago is hosting First Bites Bash on Thursday, January 26 at the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier. Event-goers will be able to preview sample menu items from 60 of Chicago's most celebrated restaurants and chefs along with unlimited wine and spirits. Tickets required.

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