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Sample Chicago’s Food Scene During Restaurant Week

Nearly 300 restaurants in the city and suburbs, including upscale and trendy favorites, offer a prix fixe menu for two weeks.

Sample Chicago’s Food Scene During Restaurant Week

It’s dark and cold outside, not necessarily the most inviting weather for a night out on the town.

To combat that, Chicago Restaurant Week (actually two weeks this year), offers deals at hot restaurants throughout the city and suburbs.

More than 280 restaurants are participating, where you can get a fixed price lunch for $22 or for dinner for $44. Restaurants offering the deal include Naha, Café Spiaggia, Farmhouse Evanston, and Topolobampo.

Last year’s Restaurant Week was so successful that this year’s “week” will run 14 days.

You can browse participating eateries here and make reservations.

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