Regards to Edith is a restaurant attached to the Google building in the West Loop, and it serves Chicago classics inspired by the Jewish, Italian, and Polish immigrants of the Maxwell Street market. So the menu has upgraded versions of old favorites, like an Italian beef sandwich made with prime rib, and potato pierogies topped with fish roe. The food is delicious, but something about the restaurant design feels off - the large booths and tables inside are too far apart from one another, giving it an uncomfortably cavernous feeling. You get the sense that this place was preemptively created for the population explosion they’re expecting when the new development in the West Loop is finished, but for now, it just feels like you’re eating at the mall.
Regards To Edith is permanently closed.
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