Chicago Restaurant Week 2017 is just a few days away—it starts this Friday, January 27! If you haven’t planned out your stops, don’t waste another moment. There are always a ton of good deals, with plenty more this year thanks to the
If you’ve never tried high-end Indian food, then Chicago Restaurant Week is definitely the time to give Vermilion a go. Of course, the food only gets more interesting with Vermilion's South American–fusion factor. White tablecloths and gorgeous plating make Vermilion a special place to visit. Try something new with every course on their Chicago Restaurant Week lunch and dinner menus.
10 W. Hubbard Street | 312.527.4060
Sunda is yet another Asian fusion restaurant, this one a prominent member of Rockit Ranch Restaurant Group (which includes local favorites such as Rockit Burger Bar). Try their dim sum happy hour specials every other time of the year but for now, their Chicago Restaurant Week menus include options inspired by the cuisines of Korea, Thailand, China, Japan and the Philippines.
110 W. Illinois Street | 312-644-0500
Boho serves up the kind of Bohemian food that will stick to your bones and keep you full for a week. Their hearty offerings appeal to a multitude of palettes, including favorites like pork schnitzel (in open-faced sandwich form), and spaetzle with mushrooms. As a special treat, brunch specials are available as a part of their Chicago Restaurant Week menu options.
11 W. Illinois Street | 312-955-0439
When’s the last time you’ve had Vietnamese food? Maybe you never have. Whether it’s been a week or a lifetime, you can’t go wrong with Gold Coast spot Le Colonial. Usually on the more expensive side, their Chicago Restaurant Week menu contains a lot of quality for a low price. Seafood dominates the options available.
937 N. Rush Street | 312-255-0088
Chicago has a number of Peruvian restaurants, but most are BYOB. From a spending standpoint, this is a good thing, and makes it possible to enjoy a delicious meal out with as many drinks as you want, at an affordable price point. However, Peru’s most popular cocktails are amazing, and best made by a professional. Not only does Via Lima have incredibly delicious and authentic Peruvian fare, but they can also make you a butt-kicking Pisco Sour. Give their Chicago Restaurant Week menu a try for a chance to sample classic Peruvian favorites.
4024 N. Lincoln Avenue | 773-348-4900
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