Cuisine: American, Burger, Eclectic, New American, Seafood
Harbor's menu regularly changes to offer diners a varied seasonal experience. The from-scratch kitchen creates everything from kimchi found lolling with Triton Bay mussels to zesty pickles garnishing... Read More
Harbor's menu regularly changes to offer diners a varied seasonal experience. The from-scratch kitchen creates everything from kimchi found lolling with Triton Bay mussels to zesty pickles garnishing burgers, Bloody Marys and fried chicken pickle pizza. Its name is Harbor, after all, so expect Chef Anthony Bernal to offer several seafood dishes daily such as Walleye from the Great Lakes and salmon with homemade succotash. Rotisserie chicken hails from Cooks Venture Heirloom Chicken; Berkshire Pork tenderloin from Jasper, Indiana and beef comes from Ottawa, Illinois' La Pryor farms. Weekend noshers should order Sunday Fried Chicken (with mashed spuds and gravy) available at dinner until they're out. The visually stunning eatery features Carrera marble throughout the bars, second dining room and on the Chef's counter that oversees the open kitchen. Floor-to- ceiling doors lead to the patio with eight tables outside for alfresco dining. Dine at the raw bar, by the fireplace, or at the dining counter where you can see your Midwestern meal being prepared.
- South Loop's Best Restaurants: "Snag $5 draft beers and $6 Mimosas and Bloody Marys during Saturday and Sunday brunch."
- Best for South Loop's Best Restaurants Because: Harbor, near Soldier Field and the Museum campus, is a smart choice for museum visitors and Bears' fans looking for yummy Midwestern dishes and seafood.