Local Restaurant Partners
Its Just Lunch local restaurant partners and locations. Contact us to schedule a date at one of these great locations.
The Gage takes its name from the architecturally significant Gage Group of buildings (18-24 South Michigan). Constructed in the late 1800s and now historically landmarked, the buildings housed three milliners, including Gage Brothers & Co. founded by David and George Gage. Gage Brothers & Co. supplied hats to fashionable women throughout the US and aboard. The art installation found in the staircase leading to the lower level features original early 20th century advertisements for Gage hats, which were known “superb style, sterling quality, and superior workmanship.”
With a similar focus on sterling quality and superb style, The Gage has become a favorite of locals and visitors worldwide. Over the years, The Gage has been one of Chicago’s most booked restaurants-- effortlessly blending European influence with American style. The restaurant serves refined, rustic fare complemented by an innovative libations program in a lively, convivial setting. Recently celebrating over ten years in business, The Gage continues to be both a respected classic and an innovative leader on Chicago’s dining scene.
Our purpose is simple — make people happy! Since 2007, we’ve served food people crave. We are passionate about taking great care of our employees, our guests, and our community. We are obsessed with building a positive, empowering, and supportive culture. We care about every meal and every moment. Walk in the door and you’re in for a great time. Whether it’s date night, drinks on the town, a big birthday bash, a working lunch, a boozy brunch, or an I-don’t-want-to-cook-tonight night, we’ve got you covered.The menu features bistro classics, seasonal fare, and craft cocktails. We believe in working closely with local farmers and purveyors that we trust to serve consistently delicious food and drinks. We have high standards for every ingredient and we put thought into every bite.
Cooper’s Hawk has created a modern, casual dining experience with warm hospitality in an inviting upscale setting. Our culinary team has designed a contemporary American menu infused with flavors from around the world. Each dish is made fresh in our scratch kitchen, incorporating peak-of-season ingredients, and listed with a bin number to guide you to your selection’s perfect wine match.
Beatrix is a neighborhood coffeehouse, restaurant and meeting place in Chicago’s River North, Streeterville, Fulton Market, Oak Brook and Loop neighborhoods. The restaurant is the brainchild of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises’ Founder Rich Melman, Executive Partner and Divisional President Marc Jacobs and Chef Partners John Chiakulas, Rita Dever and Susan Weaver. The menu features healthy meets delicious options, and is known for its iconic coffee and bakery counter, including signature cookies and in-house pastry favorites.
There’s a freedom that comes from knowing that every choice you make here is one you’ll feel good about. Our seasonal menus feature ingredients at their peak of freshness, oak-fire grilled or brick oven roasted (without a fryer in sight) to be naturally lighter and more flavorful. And we offer 52 wines by the glass. Here, you’ll always feel free to enjoy every bite, every sip, every moment.
Perfectly centralized in Chicago's West Loop 'Restaurant Row' as well as Old Orchard mall in Skokie, IL, the Bar Siena restaurant locations are the sibling of DineAmic Hospitality's River North staple eatery, Siena Tavern. The restaurant offers diners the perfect & approachable setting to enjoy lunch, dinner, late night, and weekend brunch. The menu features an expansive Italian street food and pizza bar selection, all served within the streets of both West Loop Fulton Market and Skokie Old Orchard. Our team of hospitality professionals are thrilled and dedicated to host your next dining experience, private event or catering function!
American Ranchers know a thing or two about beef. When they tell us that Prime is the best, we just go with the flow and serve up the biggest, baddest Prime burgers around.
Located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, Summer House is the place for sunshine all year round. Warm, laid-back West Coast vibes fill the restaurant making it a top Instagrammable destination, complete with beach house décor, a beautiful retractable glass ceiling, and an all-seasons courtyard patio.
The California-inspired menu from Chef Ben Goodnick highlights seasonal specialties made from scratch with locally sourced produce and fresh ingredients, along with market-driven pasta, artisan pizzas, and antipasti. Although the menu changes often with seasonal items, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are always provided.
At the Bakery counter, enjoy an irresistible selection of house-baked pastries, sourdough English muffins and signature oversized cookies, and more.
III Forks Steakhouse offers a contemporary take on the classic upscale steakhouse, nestled in Chicago’s Lakeshore East. III Forks Steakhouse is a modern steakhouse restaurant sizzling with style. We offer a lively bar and lounge area serving USDA Prime beef, ocean-fresh seafood as well as lighter, local favorites. The inviting foyer welcomes you with an array of over 3,000 fine wines from the spectacular glass wine room. We have tables with breathtaking views overlooking the park and three exquisite private dining rooms for you and your friends to enjoy.
Boasting a proud and resilient history, the landmark Chicago Firehouse Restaurant at 1401 South Michigan Avenue delivers a memorable, guest-first dining experience. Formerly Engine Company 104 of the Chicago Fire Department, the Chicago Firehouse Restaurant infuses thoughtfulness into every detail. To uphold the longstanding tradition of serving the South Loop neighborhood, this acclaimed 1905 Romanesque Revival structure opened its historic doors in 2000 as the Chicago Firehouse Restaurant. The structure and menu are designed to reflect uniqueness, thoughtfulness, quality, and relevance.
Artango's food goes back to Argentine roots, without compromising a contemporary touch. Local, fresh ingredients are used to create rustic, flavorful dishes. Try the best steaks in town using ancestral Argentine techniques. Enjoy a full bar with prohibition-era inspired cocktails, and a selection of classic and rare wines from Europe to Argentina.
City Winery strives to deliver the highest-end combined culinary and cultural experience to our customers who are passionate in sharing wine, music, and culinary arts. We are a unique facility, combining a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events in a variety of configurations, and fine dining. We have created a compelling mix for our sophisticated clientele of foodies, and active cultural patrons—bringing the wine country experience to the middle of a large city.
FIG & OLIVE is about passion for the best olive oils, flavors and cuisine from the Riviera & Coastal regions of the South of France, Italy and Spain. Their large variety of extra virgin olive oils was selected to be paired with each dish and to be offered for tasting at the beginning of each meal.
Enjoy Francesca’s where their philosophy is of good, simple, rustic cooking, served in a casually sophisticated dining atmosphere.
Named “Best Steakhouse in Chicago” by the Chicago Tribune Dining Poll, Harry Caray’s serves the finest prime, aged steaks, chops and Italian favorites. The sophisticated, high energy restaurant pays tribute to the beloved Chicago Cubs sportscaster for whom the restaurant is named.
HUB 51 is the new River North creation from R.J. and Jerrod Melman, the younger generation of the Lettuce Entertain You organization. HUB 51 is a convergence of entertainment, nightlife, dining and social activity-much like the offbeat creations of LEYE were years ago. Striving to be at the heart of Chicago’s social and dining scene, the attitude at HUB 51 is to expect the unexpected, a place offering unconventional perks, and outstanding food, drink and service in a spacious urban setting.
At Maggiano’s the portions of Italian–American cuisine are large, reminiscent of a Sunday night visit to your grandmother’s house, or as they say in Italy, nonna’s casa! The recipes are simple, authentic classics, many of them coaxed out of Italian grandmothers, mothers, and aunts whose ideas of a recipe were a pinch of this and a sprinkle of that. With some trial and error, the chefs celebrated the birth of many of Maggiano’s signature dishes.