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Andros Taverna 

Dinner ($39pp), Dine-in only

Logan Square restaurant from husband-and-wife team, Chef Doug Psaltis and Pastry Chef Hsing Chen, is offering their modern Greek spread. Choose from the Meze Collection or Andros Salad to start and either Grilled Calamari or Crispy Kataifi Cheese Pie; then move onto a main course of Pork Kontosouvli, Eggplant Moussaka or Wood Oven Roasted Sea Bream; with Baklava Frozen Yogurt as dessert. 

avec

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in, plus to-go packages available for $110 for two 

avec’s brand new location in River North is offering its rustic Mediterranean dishes for Restaurant Week. Start with house-marinated olives, ciabatta and the chorizo-stuffed Medjool dates, order a salad of shaved brussels sprouts with Calabrian chili and golden raisins, then move on to the main course of wood oven paella with confit chicken, escargot, sausage, mussels and tangerine aioli. Finish with a dessert of coffee hazelnut dark chocolate tiramisu. Available for $55 per person for dine-in at River North. Available to-go from the West Loop location in a meal kit for two for $110. 

BLVD Steakhouse

Dinner ($55pp), Available for dine-in, pick-up or delivery

The steakhouse in Chicago’s West Loop is reopening this March after a winter break of service. Order a choice of classic Caesar, Wedge Salad, Onion Soup Fondue or Lobster Bisque to start, before choosing your main course of Steak Frites with bone marrow butter, King Salmon, Vegetable Risotto or Organic Half Chicken with truffle chicken jus. For dessert, your choice of strawberry cheesecake or sticky toffee pudding. 

FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar

Dinner ($39pp), Dine-in, plus to-go and delivery via GrubHub

FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar, the restaurant located at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel, is offering a four-course Restaurant Week special. Start with the Soup of the Day, followed by your choice of House Made Smoke Sausage with caramelized onions and peppers and spicy tomato sauce; or Pork Belly with honey garlic roasted pork belly, and jalapenos creamed corn. For the main, choose between the FireLake Rotisserie Half Chicken with natural jus, fennel potato salad, and skillet corn; or the Half Slab Calabrian Pork Ribs with house made Calabrian chili barbeque, fennel potato salad, and cornbread. For dessert, enjoy a Chocolate Cake. 

Gemini

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in 

At Gemini guests can start off with their choice of Prosciutto and Burrata Crostini, Lobster Bisque, or Grilled Octopus. For the main course, guests have the option between Berkshire Pork Chop, Alaskan Halibut, or an 8oz Filet Frites. For dessert, choose between Apple Pie or Chocolate Cake.

Nonnina

 Lunch ($25pp) and Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in and to-go

Nonnina is offering signature dishes from their classic Italian fare menu for Restaurant Week. Start off with Meatballs, Beet Salad, Breaded Eggplant, or classic Minestrone soup. Followed by fresh-cut pasta offerings including Carbonara, Braised Short Rib Pappardelle, Seafood Risotto or Roasted Mushroom and Cauliflower Bolognese. For the main course, guests can choose from Pork Belly and Polenta, Chicken Parmesan, Branzino or Roasted Vegetables.

Old Pueblo Cantina 

Dinner ($39pp), Dine-in 

At the neighborhood Mexican cantina, Old Pueblo Cantina, guests can start off with their choice of a Roasted Beet Salad or Chicken Tortilla Soup. For the main course, choose from Chili Lime Shrimp Skewer or a Skirt Steak Skewers. For dessert, diners have their choice of Flan or housemade Churros.

PROXI

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in only

Chose your adventure with PROXI’s globally inspired cuisine this Restaurant Week, the first time they are participating. The tempura elotes are naturally a choice for the first course, or choose Muhammara paratha, grilled eggplant with Thai basil or soba noodle salad with gochujang and crispy vegetables. For the second course, choose grilled squid, Knanom krok with coconut milk pancakes, burrata or black pepper pork; for the third, choose a fried half chicken, braised pork belly, grilled king trumpet mushroom and tofu hotpot or the popular Corvina in coconut moilee. Finish with a black sesame chocolate brownie dish or coconut panna cotta with blood orange and spiced dukkah. 

Robert Et Fils

Dinner ($55pp), To-Go only

For Restaurant Week, diners will receive a three-course French meal from North Center’s new Robert Et Fils. Guests will receive both a housemade Demi Baguette with Cultured Butter and Watercress Soup for their first course, followed by Pepper Steak and Mashed Potatoes. For dessert, guests will receive Vacherin Agrumes, a preserved citrus meringue with whipped cream.

Sepia

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in only

Order a seasonally inspired Michelin-starred meal from Chef Andrew Zimmerman. Choices for each of the four courses include: ricotta gnocchi, smoked trout or roasted sweetbreads to start; a second course of Lady Edison ham, potato agnolotti with black truffle butter or Sablefish misoyaki; a third course of duck breast, roasted monkfish, grilled broccoli and curry, or grilled beef sirloin. For dessert, choose either milk chocolate and banana or cheesecake and pear. 

Sophia Steak 

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in 

At Sophia Steak, guests can start off with their choice of Prosciutto and Burrata Crostini, Lobster Bisque, or a Baby Iceberg Wedge. For the main course, guests can choose from Soy Glazed Jumbo Shrimp, Steak Sophia, or Short Rib Tagliatelle. For dessert, guests have the option between Lemon Cheesecake and Butterscotch Creme Brulee. 

The Dearborn

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in and takeout

The Loop tavern from sisters Clodagh & Amy Lawless is reopening this March just in time for Restaurant Week. To start off the meal, chose between Hamachi Crudo or a Tasting of Two Prosciuttos, before moving onto your main with a choice of Robata Grilled Salmon Steak or Braised Beef Short Ribs. For dessert, choose a Smores Crunch Bar with optional cocktail or wine pairings.

The Press Room

Dinner ($55pp), Dine-in 

For Restaurant Week, guests who dine at The Press Room will receive a complimentary welcome cocktail. For starters, diners will have their choice of Brussel Sprouts, Kale Caesar, or Steak Tartare. For the second course, diners can choose from Tagliltelli Norcina, Parsnip Agnolotti, or a King Trumpet Mushroom. For the third course, guests can choose from Seared Scallops, Short Rib, or Roasted Cauliflower. All guests will have the option between a Tahini Brownie or Vanilla Panna Cotta for dessert.

The Smith

Dinner ($39pp), Brunch on weekends and lunch on weekdays ($25pp), Available for dine-in and to-go

The River North restaurants is offering all three meal periods for Restaurant Week -- the weekend brunch menu includes choice of cocktail in the price, starters such as Oysters, and popular mains such as Shrimp & Grits, Benedict Johnny and Vanilla Bean French Toast. For dinner at $39 per person, choose from Brick Pressed Chicken, Salmon with Beets and Potatoes or Butternut Squash Bucatini as the main, with Mocha Brioche Bread Pudding or Sorbet for dessert. 

Wood

Dinner ($39pp), Dine-in 

Wood, the 6-time Michelin Bib Gourmand winner, is offering a three-course dinner for Restaurant Week. Guests can start off with Warm Spiced Carrot Soup, Rabbit Rillette en Croute, House Charcuterie & Cheese, Chicago Spring Garden, or a Gem Salad. For the main course, guests have the option of Double Cheeseburger & Frites, Hand-Rolled Spinach Tagliatelle, Slagel Family Farms Chicken Schnitzel, Radiatore Pasta, and more.

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PROXI's Corvina in coconut moilee. (Photo courtesy of PROXI)

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