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Chicago Chop House

60 W Ontario St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-787-7100

Description: RIVER NORTH. This steakhouse gets high marks for affordable prices and great steaks, salads, and baked potatoes. What's the secret? Some say it's because all three owners are always on-site to make sure everything is perfect. Others say that the quality and value can't be topped. And, here's the trivia buzz...there's a picture of every mayor of Chicago on the walls! Even City Hall doesn't have them all.
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Drake Brothers Restaurant

140 E Walton St, Drake Hotel, Chicago, IL 60611 312-787-2200

Description: MAGNIFICENT MILE. Located in the Drake Hotel, this restaurant is an upscale dining room that serves breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch. The breakfast menu includes a buffet that's brimming over with delicious early morning favorites such as eggs benedict and blueberry pancakes. The lunch menu includes a bevy of soups, salads, and sandwiches. Try the Bookbinder soup and a basket of the freshly baked bread.
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Fogo de Chão

661 N La Salle St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-932-9330

Description: RIVER NORTH. This Brazilian churrascaria features experienced gauchos who slice and roast a selection of 15 different meats tableside. Lamb, beef, pork, and chicken are all available. Plus, the price of your meal includes all-you-can eat on the meats as well as multiple side dishes and access to the cold buffet. The lodge-like interior is rustic yet upscale and features dark wood, a waterfall, a cowboy mural, and a decidedly masculine feel.
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Gene & Georgetti

500 N Franklin St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-527-3718

Description: RIVER NORTH. An institution and a draw since 1941, this establishment is one of the city's last men's club steak houses. All the waiters are male, and the maitre d' is on a first-name basis with regulars. Moreover, Sinatra dined here whenever he was in the Windy City, indulging in thick, generous steaks and wonderful Italian specialties. These dishes are still around today, thanks to the wonderful tradition that was first started more than 50 years ago. EL: Brown Line to Merchandise Mart
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Gibsons Steakhouse

1028 N Rush St, Chicago, IL 60611 312-266-8999

Description: GOLD COAST. Gibsons is what you would imagine a steak house to have been like during the speakeasy era. Big, aged cuts of the finest steaks, huge, ice-cold martinis, bartenders with bowties and, of course, crowds of fascinating people. Celebs and celeb wannabes make Gibson's a must-visit and a definite place to see and be seen. EL: Red Line to Clark/Division
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Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

60 E Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611 312-379-5637

Description: RIVER NORTH. This classic dinner club-style restaurant boasts a vaulted ceiling, dark wooden furniture, and excellent lighting, making it an ideal place for a power lunch or entertaining important clients. Partner of the famous Joe's Stone Crab in Miami, this River North gem features a selection of fresh seafood and steaks. Of course, rumor has it that the stone crab claws alone are worth the trip.
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20 W Kinzie St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-467-9525

Description: RIVER NORTH. This lovely steakhouse welcomes diners with a gleaming interior that features large windows and great views of the river. A curved bar and highly polished light and dark woods give the dining room a sophisticated feel. The owners of Keefer's pride themselves on the high quality cuts of beef that they serve. Try the filet mignon, the New York strip au poivre, or the thick porterhouse.
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Kinzie Chophouse

400 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-822-0191

Description: RIVER NORTH. A casual, neighborhood steakhouse, Kinzie's offers savory cuts of meat, delicious pasta dishes, crisp salads, and enticing lunch specials.
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Michael Jordan's Steak House

505 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611 312-321-8823

Description: MAGNIFICENT MILE. From sneakers to wristwatches, Michael Jordan's name is everywhere. Michael Jordan's Steak House capitalizes on his fame, and combines top quality steak, friendly service and an eco-conscious ethos for a winning combination. Executive chef James O'Donnell supervises a menu that includes the signature cut, an MJ prime Delmonico, dry-aged for 45 days, and marinated in ginger and balsamic. Other entree choices include free range chicken, shellfish and fish entrees. A full bar and an extensive wine list are available.
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Morton's, The Steakhouse

1050 N State St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-266-4820

Description: GOLD COAST. Below street level and exuding the ambience of an exclusive club, Morton's continually wows diners with succulent cuts of sirloin, t-bones, and filet mignon. With white linens on the tables, crystal chandeliers, and royal service, this is the perfect place for any special occasion. Lots of the city's best and brightest agree that you can't top Morton's.
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Nacional 27

325 W Huron St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-664-2727

Description: RIVER NORTH. National 27, whose name refers to the 27 recognized Latin American countries, offers a unique menu featuring a wide range of thrilling Latin American favorites. Indeed, from chimichurri sauce to garlic-roasted chicken Cubano, the skilled kitchen staff goes the extra mile to make sure even novices find something suited to their fancy. After hours, this hip restaurant turns into a nightclub that emanates the spicy grooves of salsa, merengue, and quebradita, making it one of the hippest destinations in town.
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Rosebud Steakhouse

192 E Walton St, Chicago, IL 60611 312-397-1000

Description: MAGNIFICENT MILE. At Rosebud, you'll feel comfortable and at ease in the welcoming dining room, but you may have a tough time deciding what to order. The menu is packed with delectable beef and seafood dishes, and you're sure to find something delectable, like a NY strip steak or potato-crusted striped bass. Salads and sides abound as well, and the wine list includes Italian, French, and Californian white, red, and sparkling wines.
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Ruth's Chris Steak House

431 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-321-2725

Description: RIVER NORTH. If Ruth Fertel has a Ruth's Chris steakhouse in the area, it's sure to be included on every "Top 10" list. Most people would have been intimidated to open an establishment in the backyard of such famous steak houses, but not Ruth. This restaurant, with its men's club atmosphere, holds its own and serves perfectly seasoned steaks sizzling on platters heated to 450 degrees, mouthwatering sides, and fantastic desserts.
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Saloon Steakhouse

200 E Chestnut St, Seneca Hotel, Chicago, IL 60611 312-280-5454

Description: STREETERVILLE. A great alternative to Chicago's tonier (and more expensive) steakhouses, Saloon is situated a block off Michigan Avenue. The decor is suitably masculine and clubby with lots of dark wood, and service is knowledgeable and efficient. Although the menu ventures into non-beef territory, steaks are the big draw ­ if you have a big appetite, by all means order the 24-oz. "cowboy-cut" bone-in rib-eye. That's a lot of meat! After your meal, plan to enjoy a 10-ounce martini in the bar.
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Smith & Wollensky

318 N State St, Chicago, IL 60654 312-670-9900

Description: RIVER NORTH. Chef Mark Chmielewski serves up delightful meats aged in-house and wonderful seafood in this Marina City spot. With seven dining areas, including a chef's table in the kitchen, wine cellar, outdoor seating, and window tables overlooking the river, this New York-based steakhouse has taken Chicago meat lovers by storm since its 1998 opening. The decor is \\"turn of the century\\" and masculine with dark wood, forest green colors, and startling amounts of sports memorabilia. Châteaubriand for two (one of the house specialties) is divine.
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Tavern on Rush

1031 N Rush St, Chicago, IL 60611 312-664-9600

Description: GOLD COAST. Trendy Tavern on Rush brings together all the elements of a fine steakhouse: a lively bar, plenty of leather and dark wood, and excellent beef. The main-level bar has excellent martinis and comfy couches, making it a popular gathering spot for well-dressed professionals, but it's great for pre- or post-prandial cocktails, too. The second-floor dining room sports an entertaining open kitchen and big windows with engaging views of bustling Rush Street. Start your meal with potstickers, crab and artichoke dip, or a thin-crust pizza. Steaks reign supreme, and you can get yours grilled or prepared with any number of additions, like bleu cheese, Cajun spices, roasted garlic, or brandy peppercorn sauce. Seafood and ribs are also well-prepared.
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The Capital Grille

633 N St. Clair St, Chicago, IL 60611 312-337-9400

Description: MAGNIFICENT MILE. One of the many reasons The Capital Grille has become a carnivore's mecca for Chicagoans and visitors alike is the melt-in-your-mouth, dry-aged in-house beef. Everything from the signature Veal Chop with Roquefort butter sauce to steak au poivre with Courvoisier cream is tantalizing. "Wine Spectator" magazine granted The Grille a "Best of Award of Excellence" for their 300-bottle wine list. The decor is simple yet elegant with Tiffany lamps, sumptuous carpeting, rich brown and forest green hues, and large windows. A lovely wine room is available for private events and occasionally serves as an additional bar.
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The Grill on the Alley

909 N Michigan Ave, Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611 312-255-9009

Description: MAGNIFICENT MILE. Designed in the style of the famous Grill on the Alley in Beverly Hills, this restaurant is a favorite with the Michigan Avenue crowd, who stop in for quick bites during shopping excursions. The Grill offers a diverse menu that features Cobb salads and other light fare, as well as Chicago-style steaks and delicious specials. After hours, well-heeled patrons flock to the bar to nip on martinis, single malt scotches, and fine wines.
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The Palm

323 E Wacker Dr, Swissotel Chicago, Chicago, IL 60601 312-616-1000

Description: DOWNTOWN. Perhaps best known for the caricatures of celebrities that grace its walls, The Palm also serves some of the best steaks in town. The Chicago branch of this New York-based establishment has been enthralling local politicians and sports figures, as well as business guests and out-of-towners, since its 1980 opening. Impeccable service makes dining in this beautiful room all the more enjoyable. Dark woods, rich leathers, hardwood floors, and fine linens blend to create an atmosphere conducive to romance or business.
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159 W Erie St, Chicago, IL 60610 312-787-9000

Description: RIVER NORTH. Jazz music sets the tone at this clubby, laid-back steakhouse. House specialties include roasted prime rib of beef, horseradish-crusted filet mignon, barbecued baby back ribs, wood-roasted mussels, cedar planked salmon, and macadamia nut-crusted halibut. A selection of salads and sandwiches is also available. While waiting for your table, order a specialty martini in the lounge; you'll also find a list of microbrews and wines.
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