Thursday, January 10, 2008

First-ever Chicago Restaurant Week is coming soon

NAHA is just one of many local eateries participating in the first-ever Chicago Restaurant Week, happening in late February.
(Photo: NAHA)

Save for Valentine's Day, winter is a pretty rough time for the local dining scene. So in order to drive traffic during the slowest season, the Chicago Convention & Tourism Bureau (CCTB) is sponsoring the first-ever Chicago Restaurant Week.

It's scheduled for Feb. 22-29, with participating restaurants offering a three-course, pre-fixe lunch and/or dinner (excluding all beverages/alcohol, taxes and gratuity) either for non-weekend (Sunday through Thursday) or for the full promotional period (Friday through Friday).

At this time, they've signed up 25 restaurants, but 312 Dining Diva will keep you updated and in the mix!

Here's a partial list:

Bistro 110 (110 E. Pearson St., 312-266-3110)

Blue Water Grill (520 N. Dearborn St., 312-777-1400)

Brazzaz (539 N. Dearborn St., 312-595-9000)

Café des Architectes (20 E. Chestnut St., 312-324-4063)

David Burke’s Primehouse (616 N. Rush St., 312-660-6000)

Devon Seafood (39 E. Chicago Ave., 312-440-8660)

Fulton’s on the River (315 N. LaSalle Dr., 312-822-0100)

NAHA (500 N. Clark St., 312-321-6242)

Nick’s Fishmarket Grill (51 S. Clark St.,312-621-0200)

Park Grill (11 N. Michigan Ave., 312-521-7275)

Pump Room (1301 N. State Pkwy., 312-266-0360)

Roy’s (720 N. State St., 312-787-7599)

Shula’s (301 E. North Water St., 312-670-0788)

Smith & Wollensky (318 N. State St., 312-670-9900)

Sushi Samba Rio (504 N. Wells St., 312-595-2300)

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