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What Restaurants Will Be At The Auto Show


First Look 2010- Chicago Auto Show


  1. David Burke’s Primehouse
  2. Devon Seafood
  3. Real Urban BBQ
  4. One North Kitchen + Bar
  5. Park Tavern
  6. Townhouse
  7. Fogo de Chao
  8. Texas de Brazil
  9. Andy’s Frozen Custard
  10. Garrett’s Popcorn
  11. Butter Bella Gourmet Cookies
  12. Catered By Design
  13. Chicago Butter Cookies
  14. Roy’s Restaurant
  15. What About The First Look For Charity Event?

    50 Food Stations, with 110 food lines, serving 81 different menu items
    400 Banquet staff and 140 Chefs will work the floor for First Look for Charity
    Savor…McCormick Place will serve 60,000 bites, featuring 30 menu items spanning six International concepts
    155 Volunteers will prepare and serve 61,000 morsels of food from 22 different local Restaurants and Caterers
    In total, guests will enjoy over 121,000 food samples served by 1,100 local hospitality experts
    50 Beverage Stations, with over 110 beverage lines, will be serving up Champagne, imported and domestic Beer, four varietals of wine, assorted Pepsi products, Coffee and Espresso drinks, and 8 flavors of hot tea
    1462 gallons of Beer (650 cases)
    515 gallons of wine (220 cases)
    188 gallons of Champagne (80 cases)
    360 gallons of soft drinks (160 cases plus 1000 servings of hot tea)


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Located right off Chicago's Magnificent Mile shopping district, Devon is ideal for a post-shopping stopover. The new oyster bar is especially of note for those looking to chill out for...

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Brought to Chicago in 2002, this authentic Southern Brazilian churrascaria serves an all-you-can-eat feast featuring 16 cuts of beef, lamb, pork and chicken with traditional Brazilian sides such as pao...

The flagship Michigan Avenue store, from which long lines of tourists and locals queued for decades, lost its lease in spring 2008; the founding family sold out in 2005; and...

One North Kitchen & Bar puts a new spin on the downtown brasserie and wine bar. Mahogany and slate flooring, deep leather booths, flagstone walls, floor to ceiling windows and...

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With its Mosaic tiling, alluring wine wall and floor to ceiling windows, this Contemporary American restaurant provides an elegant and casual feel that is ideal for lunch, dinner and cocktails.

The modern River North steakhouse has made a name for itself based on the popularity of its 55-day, dry-aged steaks considered by some to be the best steak in Chicago....

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Nowhere else will you find a culinary experience quite like the island-influenced flavors, textures and colors created in Roy’s kitchens. Combining the freshest local ingredients with European sauces and bold...

Chicagoland's barbecue bonanza expands to Highland Park in fall 2010 with this quick-service spot cooking up brisket, chicken, pulled pork, ribs, turkey and Texas-style hot links on a wood-pellet smoker....

With locations in Evanston and Bolingbrook, this Missouri-born custard shop opened its first city location in the Loop's Block 37. Start with freshly made custard and eat it in a...

This sports bar wants to elevate typical pub grub with offbeat offerings like Animal Tots (pulled pork, cheese curds, grain mustard, fried egg, and Bell’s Kalamazoo gravy over tater tots),...


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