Chicago Restaurant Week: January 27 – February 9, 2017

The reservation books are now open for the 14-day feast otherwise known as Chicago Restaurant Week. From Friday, January 27, to Thursday, February 9, dine at 300+ restaurants (including 66 new participants!) at deliciously low prices. Multiple-course meals pack in prix fixe deals with $22 brunch (new this year) and lunch options, and $33/$44 dinner options.

 

CHICAGO RESTAURANT WEEK CHECKLIST

 

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Visit eatitupchicago.com

 
The official Chicago Restaurant Week website has every participating restaurant and special Restaurant Week menu posted. Any updates will be made daily so check back often!

 

Tips and Tricks IconPick Your Plate

With so many options, start by narrowing it down. Use the website search function to filter by specific restaurant name, neighborhood or cuisine.

Choose among brunch, lunch or dinner participants. More categories such as Vegan, Vegetarian and Gluten Free will also help you discover restaurants with menus tailored to everyone's specific tastes.

 

Tips and Tricks IconReserve Early

Prime reservation times at many of the big name restaurants book up quickly—don't delay or you'll miss out!

Lunch can sometimes yield more availability, as do weeknights early in the week, so be flexible. With everyone and their mother loving brunch these days, those participating restaurants may fill up quickly. To make a reservation, select a participating restaurant from the eatitupchicago.com website and click on "Make a Reservation" to use their OpenTable link. You can also call a restaurant directly.

 

Tips and Tricks IconShare Your Foodie Experiences on Social Media

As you dine around the city and surrounding suburbs, share your favorite restaurants, menu must-eats, insider tips and drool-worthy photos with us!

Tag @choosechicago on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #CRW17.

 

Chicago Restaurant Week is sponsored by: 100.3fm WSHE, 101.9fm THE MIX, American Airlines, American Express, Michigan Avenue Magazine, NBC5 Chicago, OpenTable and Terlato Wines.

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual authors and commenters and do not reflect the views of Choose Chicago.