Chicago Restaurant Week, 2024 -- January 19th to February 4th -- gives diners a chance to check out some of Chicago’s best restaurants, including several with Michelin recognition, at value prices. Here are ten places you really should visit during this very special time of year.


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 Table, Donkey, Stick



Table, Donkey, Stick, a Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient, offers three courses with popular items like beef cheek croquettes and olive-oil-poached mackerel toast. ($42)


Ina Mae Tavern and Packaged Goods, another Bib Gourmand recipient, lays out such popular dishes as fried catfish and blackened salmon. ($42)


Monteverde plays hits like ‘nduja arancini, egg yolk raviolo and affogato. ($59)


Esme, where fine art meets fine dining, presents a tasting menu of dishes frequent diners have come to love: Flaming Hot Cheeto and endive salad, foie gras with apple gelee, and grilled Australian Wagyu short rib. ($59)



Sifr redefines Indian cuisine with creations including grilled maitake mushroom and green pea and fava manti. ($59)


Marisol in the Museum of Contemporary Art has some super deals: lunch or brunch with outstanding dishes like golden beet coffee cake and short rib hash. ($25)


Le Sud in Roscoe Village presents meaty favorites like steak frites as well as many creative vegetarian options. ($42)



Kindling offers flame-kissed favorites including wood-fired beets and cedar-grilled salmon. ($59)


The Girl and The Goat, headed by Chef Stephanie Izard, does Restaurant Week right with dishes like hamachi poke and crispy short ribs. ($59)


Big Jones, a Chicago classic, gives us their take on Southern classics with gumbo fat fried chicken, omelet bayou teche and beignets.


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