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A dimly lit dining room with white tablecloths and high ceilings.

Tre Dita

Italian

Lakeshore East

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Tre Dita is the first Chicago restaurant from the much-hyped chef behind Felix, Mother Wolf, and Funke, three LA spots that are impossible to get into. It's on the second floor of the St. Regis Hotel in Lakeshore East and has a gorgeous view of the river, art deco archways, and more people in well-pressed suits than a James Bond casting call. But aside from Tre Dita’s “glam factor,” the Italian food is excellent. Schiacciata topped with olive oil and rosemary can make a steadfast focaccia loyalist fall in love with this fluffier Tuscan cousin. Prawns in salsa verde and a charred rib eye cap are perfectly seasoned. And since the fancy space isn't over-the-top, you don’t have to worry about overstimulation while twirling creamy pici caccio e pepe, even with a room full of chatty dates, B-list celebs, and 30-somethings bragging about some vague-but-seemingly-very-important “deal.”

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