Inspired by the Latin Quarter in Paris, Le Piano's interior design, including massive French windows overlooking an East Rogers Park cobblestone street, dimly lit hushed ambience and deep wine/... Read More
Inspired by the Latin Quarter in Paris, Le Piano's interior design, including massive French windows overlooking an East Rogers Park cobblestone street, dimly lit hushed ambience and deep wine/ Champagne list set the mood. Chicago's expert pianists fill the space with aural love on the centerpiece grand piano. Solo artists take the stage Monday–Thursday from 6 to 10pm; there's a trio playing weekends until 11pm; and various combos entertain on Sundays. Le Piano charges a Salaire d'Artiste (aka a cover charge) which is $5/person added to the final bill. In addition to tables for two, seating options include"Booth 1" accommodating up to 14, a more intimate Sinatra booth, the chaise or a century old wagon that seats a communal dozen. The menu includes French inspired appetizers, small plates, and one bite desserts. Small plates could be crostini with various spreads, sherry laced mushrooms, New Zealand lamb chops and French style chicken thighs.
- Romantic Things to Do: "The kitchen is closed on Monday nights, so you may want to dine at a neighborhood eatery prior to your romantic rendezvous."
- Best for Romantic Things to Do Because: Music loving lovers will appreciate the bohemian listening room featuring intimate performances every evening; delicious bites and bubbles.