Dining Chicago

Latest Blog Posts
News, Kung Fu Tea Restaurant: First Taste:

Kung Fu Tea: Here’s a secret: I love bubble tea more than pretty much anything. I would be to absurd lengths to acquire a solid cup of bubble tea, laden with an embarrassment of chewy tapioca pearls and filled to the brim with creamy milk tea. So it was with much excitement that I discovered Kung […]

The post News, Kung Fu Tea Restaurant: First Taste: appeared first on Dining Chicago.

Sep 16, 2014 11:13 AM
Weekday Planner: Sicilian Wine Dinner, The Violet Hour Alumnae Takeover, Moules Fest, Lone Wolf Guest Pie

Sicilian Wine Dinner   Sicilian Wine Dinner Plane fare to Sicily may be tricky to finagle, but at least you can close your eyes, sip, and pretend you’re there at Piccolo Sogno Due. Chef Tony Priolo and co. are hosting Silvio di Silvio, the North American Director of Donnafugata winery for a special Sicilian wine dinner […]

The post Weekday Planner: Sicilian Wine Dinner, The Violet Hour Alumnae Takeover, Moules Fest, Lone Wolf Guest Pie appeared first on Dining Chicago.

Sep 16, 2014 03:05 AM
The Expansion of the West Loop

Expansion of the West Loop: It was only a matter of time before Restaurant Row ballooned enough in size to expand to side streets. Famed Restaurant Row appears to have reached some sort of ceiling. The stretch of Randolph roughly between Blackbird and bellyQ only has so much space for new restaurant and bar tenants, so it really was […]

The post The Expansion of the West Loop appeared first on Dining Chicago.

Sep 12, 2014 06:16 PM
Restaurant_location_small.png%7c41.24081,-87

Bennett-Curtis House

Open for lunch and dinner by reservation only, this 18-room mansion, built in 1900 by George M. Bennett, serves meals throughout its historic spaces: The living room, featuring a turret with original curved windows and hardwood floors with inlays; a formal dining room with moray cloth walls; sun porch; rose room, featuring a 7 1/2-foot circular piece of stained glass; breakfast room; garden room overlooking the backyard gardens; and two upstairs private dining rooms. The Senator's lounge on the main floor features a 100-year-old bar. The menu sticks to classics like prime rib and lobster.

The house frequently hosts special events such as mystery dinners.

Contact Information

Address: 302 W. Taylor St., Chicago, IL 60940

Phone: Show phone

View website




Copyright © 2014 Chicago's Restaurant Guide. All Rights Reserved.