Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The Walnut Room's famous chicken pot pie. (Photo: Macy's State Street)
When you're in a zone—a shopping zone in this case—the last thing you want to do is stop and think about where you're going to grab a bite.
Lucky for you, a number of prominent retail department stores, luxury boutiques and others have taken this dilemma into account so that customers don't have to succumb to the evils of fast-food joints.
You can go the "ladies who lunch" route and check out Fred's at Barneys New York or treat some very special little girls to a day they'll never forget at American Girl Café.
Looking for more places where you can drop those bags and chow down in-house?! Here are some of my favorites around town.
Electric Diner, Sodikoff Restaurant Group's first venue outside of Chicago, opens in London in early December. (Photos: Sodikoff Restaurant Group)
Remember way back in July when 312DD revealed that Sodikoff Restaurant Group was opening a restaurant in London?!
SRG CEO Brendan Sodikoff tells 312DD to think of Electric Diner, which debuts in the trendy Notting Hill 'hood on Dec. 3, as "Au Cheval's big sister."
According to Electric Diner's website, the menu will highlight some of Au Cheval's top sellers, including the "fried house-made bologna sandwich, roasted bone marrow with beef cheek marmalade, cheeseburger, and honey-fried chicken with chilli and sesame seeds. There's a dedicated eggs section on the menu, while deserts include toffee date cake and a pie of the day." There's also a number of classic cocktails, including a Hemingway Daiquiri, bloody Mary and Old Fashioned that have been popular at the West Loop restaurant.
Hey, if you're in London anytime soon, check it out. In the meantime, here are a couple of interior shots: