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