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26 Of Our Favorite Chicago Spots With Restaurant Week Deals

Here’s where to order from before the deals end on April 4th.

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Chicago Restaurant Week is back from March 19th to April 4th. There are over 250 participating restaurants this year, offering multi-course meals for either $25, $39, or $55 dollars. So to help you narrow things down, we made you a list of 25 participating spots that we love. Whether you’re looking for a great deal from a fine dining restaurant or just want to support a local spot in your neighborhood, these are some of our go-to places offering specials.


The Deals

Aba

$$$$
$$$$ 302 N Green St

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

This Mediterranean restaurant is offering a $25 brunch and $55 dinner. Brunch options include short rib shakshuka and a falafel and egg sandwich, and for dinner, there are things like hummus, kebabs, and leg of lamb. Plus, both prix fixe meals come with your choice of cocktail.

Avec

$$$$
$$$$ 615 W Randolph St

Available for carryout and delivery

The West Loop location of Avec is offering a takeout and delivery dinner for two, so their Restaurant Week dinner is actually $110, since it’s $55 per person. But, it’s a five-course meal with a lot of food, including their famous dates and the paella, which we have ordered several times since the shutdown last year.

Sandy Noto

Big Jones

$$$$
$$$$ 5347 N. Clark St.

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

This Southern Andersonville restaurant is offering a $39 three-course dinner, with options like jerk catfish and brandy bread pudding. One thing that’s not optional is the bread service - you’ll get their fantastic cornbread whether you want it or not (and, trust us, you want it).

Kim Kovacik

Southern Twang

$$$$ 3517 N Spaulding Ave

Available for carryout and delivery

We recently discovered this new carryout and delivery-only restaurant in Humboldt Park. Southern Twang quickly started appearing on a lot of our guides - like The Best Things We Ate This Week. And for Restaurant Week, Southern Twang is offering your choice of a $39 or $55 dinner, with dishes like grilled salmon with basil gravy, sides like mac and cheese and collard greens, and cinnamon roll beignets for dessert.

Sandy Noto

Daisies

$$$$
$$$$ 2523 n milwaukee

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

You can choose either a $39 three-course or a $55 four-course dinner at Daisies in Logan Square. We’d be happy with either at this farm-to-table pasta spot, because both menus have the delicious tajarin carbonara, mushroom pappardelle, and raspberry pretzel bites.

Dear Margaret

$$$$
French  in  Lakeview
$$$$ 2965 N Lincoln Ave

Available for carryout and delivery

We recently added this new French-Canadian restaurant in Lakeview to our Hit List, so we’re excited to see that they’re offering a $39 Restaurant Week deal. You choose from dishes like a sweet potato pave, braised pork shoulder, caramelized leek custard, and maple chevre cheesecake. So if you haven’t tried this place yet, this is a good time to do it.

Kim Kovacik

Cocoa Chili

$$$$
$$$$ 3101 W Lake St

Available for carryout and delivery

This Afro-Caribbean spot is another recent addition to our Hit List. And for Restaurant Week, Cocoa Chili is offering a $39 three-course dinner. You can choose from starters like gumbo or a Caribbean salad, entrees like their incredible jerk chicken or Sengalese poulet yassa, and butter cookies for dessert.

Demera

$$$$
Ethiopian  in  Uptown
$$$$ 4801 N Broadway St

Available for carryout, delivery, and indoor dining

This Uptown spot is one of our favorite Ethiopian restaurants in the city, and their injera, doro wat, and lega tibs are particularly excellent. Their $55 Restaurant Week menu feeds two, and includes an appetizer, one of their messob platters (which includes six dishes), and a dessert. No matter what you choose, ordering Demera is always a good decision.

Frontier

$$$$
$$$$ 1072 N Milwaukee Ave

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

Frontier in Wicker Park is offering a $39 three-course dinner where you can choose from appetizers like pork empanadas or a kale salad and entrees like blackened salmon or smoked beef ribs. You don’t get a choice in dessert, which is their fantastic peach bread pudding. And that’s fine by us.

Susie Lacocque

Galit

$$$$ 2429 N Lincoln Ave

Available for takeout and delivery

Galit is one of our favorite restaurants in the city, and is offering a $55 dinner that feels like a serious deal. You get all their salatim (with things like labneh and ezme), hummus, mezze, the falafel, carrot, and basmati pilaf to share - plus a lemon cream tart for dessert. And most importantly: it all comes with their wonderful, fluffy pita.

Sandy Noto

HaiSous Vietnamese Kitchen

$$$$
$$$$ 1800 S Carpenter St

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

This Vietnamese restaurant in Pilsen is offering a $39 carryout dinner, and a $55 dinner for indoor dining. Both are good options, but the takeout meal has some of their best dishes, like the papaya salad, lemongrass chicken, and stewed shrimp.

Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods

$$$$
$$$$ 1415 N Wood St

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

If you like New Orleans-style food, you should immediately put Ina Mae at the top of your Restaurant Week list. The $39 three-course dinner has crawfish etouffee, blackened shrimp and cheese grits, and their fantastic beignets.

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

Joe’s is offering both a $25 lunch and $55 dinner for Restaurant Week. Both menus are largely the same except for portion sizes. You can choose between steak or seafood entrees, and both options come with sides like creamed spinach and mac and cheese. For dessert, you can choose between banana cream or key lime pie.

Lizzy J Cafe

$$$$ 2205 W Montrose Ave

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

This casual breakfast spot has a delicious soul food menu (with dishes like chicken and a sweet potato waffle and breakfast bowls made with creamy grits), and their $25 Restaurant Week brunch includes your choice of entree and a half-order of French toast. Definitely put them on your list of spots to check out.

Sandy Noto

Monteverde

$$$$
$$$$ 1020 W Madison St

Available for carryout and delivery

The best Italian restaurant in the city is offering a $55 four-course dinner for carryout. You can choose from dishes like nduja arancini, gnocchetti, crudo, and panna cotta. And because it’s Monteverde, you can count on everything being excellent.

Kim Kovacik

Perilla

$$$$
$$$$ 401 N Milwaukee Ave

Available for outdoor dining

This Korean restaurant has both a $39 three-course or $55 four-course dinner, and each course has about five options for you to choose from. So, you can have a meal of pork dumplings, fire chicken, and bulgogi, or a dinner of veggie dumplings, glass noodles, and pork belly. That said, the four-course dinner has some of our favorite dishes, like the kimchi pancake, fried chicken wings, and galbi.

Rooh

$$$$
Indian  in  West Loop
$$$$ 736 W Randolph St

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

Rooh’s four-course $55 dinner has a lot of hits from their regular menu: beef ribs in Malabar curry, seabass in pollichattu, the baked chicken malai tikka, and tandoor-smoked pork belly. And it comes with your choice of either naan or rice.

Saigon Sisters Restaurant

$$$$ 567 W Lake St

Available for takeout, delivery, and indoor dining

There are so many great dishes on Saigon Sisters’ $39 three-course Restaurant Week dinner that you should consider ordering from here several times. There are multiple bahn baos (tenderloin, fried chicken, BBQ jackfruit, and BBQ eggplant), cha ca la vong, bun cha hanoi, ca ri chay, octopus with squid ink rice, kabocha squash rice pudding, and caramel flan.

Siena Tavern

$$$$
$$$$ 51 W Kinzie St

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

The Restaurant Week menu is a perfect example of why we appreciate Siena Tavern so much. Sure, their Italian food is consistently great. But this is a restaurant that never f*cks around - they know what people want and they give it to them. They’re offering lunch, brunch, and dinner with all their best dishes, like the gnocchi and the coccoli. They’re also giving people an amuse-bouche, and offering add-ons in case you want to order off-menu.

Sugargoat

$$$$ 820 W Randolph St.

Available for takeout and delivery

We admire that Sugargoat is calling their Restaurant Week dessert assortment “lunch”. For $25 you can get either cookies, cupcakes, pies (like the chocolate shake French fry pie, which is as wonderful as it sounds), or ice cream sundaes for takeout or delivery. Whatever you choose is meant to feed four, and we’d like to remind you that’s only a suggestion.

Sandy Noto

Sushi-san

$$$$
$$$$ 63 W Grand Ave

Available for takeout, and outdoor or indoor dining

There are a handful of restaurants that we order from regularly during our “off” hours, and Sushi-san is on that list. They’re offering a $55 four-course dinner for Restaurant Week, which includes your choice of starter, maki, a main dish like wagyu gyudon, or some nigiri and sashimi. There will be dessert too.

Table, Donkey and Stick

$$$$ 2728 W. Armitage Ave.

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining

We’ve focused so much on the new Sicilian-style pizza this place started offering during the pandemic that we forgot how great the “normal” food at this European wine bar in Logan Square is. And while you won’t find the pizza on their $39 Restaurant Week menu, you will find delicious options like charcuterie, potato latkes, head cheese risotto, and their incredible burger.

Tanta

$$$$
$$$$ 118 W Grand Ave

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

The $55 four-course dinner at this Peruvian restaurant in River North gives you a choice of turiditos, anticucho, entrees like adobe de carne, and lucuma suspriro for dessert. If you decide to dine at Tanta instead of getting takeout, we suggest getting a table on their rooftop, which has a great view of the neighborhood.

Christina Slaton

The Duck Inn

$$$$
$$$$ 2701 S. Eleanor St.

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

The Duck Inn in Bridgeport is offering a $55 four-course dinner. And while you won’t find any of their duck dishes on the menu, you will find equally great options like braised short rib with gruyere croquettes, pappardelle with oxtail bolognese, and smoked sweet potato with burnt honey.

The Publican

$$$$
$$$$ 837 West Fulton Market

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

The Publican is offering a $25 two-course brunch and a $55 four-course dinner. Brunch has dishes like pork belly hash and salmon rillettes. For dinner, you can get dishes like mussels and frites, glazed pork belly with rice soubise, and striped bass.

The Woodlawn

$$$$ 1200 E 79th St

Available for takeout, delivery, and outdoor or indoor dining

There’s a lot of ways to do Restaurant Week at The Woodlawn. They have a $25 two-course lunch, and both a $39 three-course and $55 four-course dinner. You’ll find similar options on all the menus - dishes like shrimp alfredo, blackened salmon, lamb chops, and apple pie. And in addition to their sidewalk patio, they also have a spacious rooftop.

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