Finding a great place to dine in Chicago’s South Loop, a trendy neighborhood booming with development, and near Grant Park, Soldier Field and near tons of hotels and college campuses. It's filled with tiny and terrific restaurants and bars, where you can grab a quick bite, impress a date, or enjoy a cocktail with friends. From brunch hot spots like Yolk, lunch favorites like Oysy and dinner fans who favor fine dining at Acadia, the South Loop packs a lot of flavors in a small footprint.
Local institutions like the Jewish deli, Manny’s, has served Presidents Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama. For those who want a great view of the city’s Grant Park, head to Artist’s Café in jeans and a t-shirt, or enjoy a more formal dining experience at Mercat a la Planxa. Reggie’s is a hidden gem with its rooftop restaurant and music lounge below. And Acadia's award-winning contemporary American food ranks among the city's top restaurants.
Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood is packed with great dining options from affordable and quick to high-end dining and several offer outdoor seating which is highly desirable when Chicago weather cooperates.