16 "Raw Bar" Restaurants in Chicago.
Fisk & Co. is a very good seafood-focused restaurant in the Loop’s Hotel Monaco.
Moody Tongue has excellent beer, oysters, and a German chocolate cake. In fact, that’s all they have.
Heritage Restaurant and Caviar Bar is a casual restaurant in Humboldt Park, with an extensive selection of caviar and fantastic Eastern European food.
Shaw’s is like the seafood version of a steakhouse. Come for a nicer dinner and order all the oyster, crab, and lobster.
A poke bowl stand that's great for a quick meal inside the French Market.
Hugo’s is a classic and fancy seafood spot, and the fish counterpart to Gibsons’ steaks.
Cold Storage is seafood bar attached to a steakhouse. Post up at the bar for oysters and other fresh fish.
Oyster Bah is a Chicago attempt at a New England seafood shack. It's solid, but not Maine.
Slurping Turtle is a respectable Japanese restaurant in River North. It's never going to be great, but you can count on it for certain situations in this part of town.
Excellent sushi in an unlikely spot. This tiny restaurant at the bottom of the Hilton hotel on Mies van der Rohe Way street is worth a trip for any real sushi fan.
Fish Bar is like the offspring of a New England fish shack that spent some time in New Orleans. Nothing wrong with that.
GT Fish & Oyster is a seafood restaurant in River North. Mandatory oysters to start.
Momotaro is like a Japanese Discovery Zone. You may need to sample the menu a bit, but hit your stride and it’s a great meal.
The Publican is a Medieval styled mecca of all things beer, pork, and oysters. If that’s not appealing, you can’t sit with us.