Chicago Restaurant Week

Chicago Restaurant Week, Jan. 27 - Feb. 9

Chicago Restaurant Week, Jan. 27 - Feb. 9

It's baaaaackkk! Get ready for 14 belt-busting days! Chicago Restaurant Week 2017 returns on January 27 and continues through February 9 with two weeks of dining deals.

For the 10th annual culinary celebration we will be featuring special prix fixe menus that include our tastiest signature items for you to enjoy! At $22 for lunch and $44 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity), it's surely a deal that will not disappoint!

Tortoise Supper Club favorites featured in this year's Chicago Restaurant Week menus. From top left: Maple Leaf Farms Roast Duck, Cherry Pie, 12 oz. New York Strip Steak, Cedar Plank Skuna Bay Salmon. 

Tortoise Supper Club favorites featured in this year's Chicago Restaurant Week menus. From top left: Maple Leaf Farms Roast Duck, Cherry Pie, 12 oz. New York Strip Steak, Cedar Plank Skuna Bay Salmon. 

Pictured above is the analysis chart created by Anthony Todd of Chicagoist from his article titled "Ultimate Guide to Not Getting Screwed by Restaurant Week 2017". The basic key is simple: If the restaurant is highlighted in green, he liked it. You're not going to get a bad deal no matter what you order and the menu has good, delicious-sounding choices. If the Restaurant isn't highlighted at all it means that 1) He couldn't tell if it was a deal; 2) It barely broke even or; 3) It's a deal, but he's not very fond of the menu or the restaurant, so he doesn't recommend it. If a restaurant is highlighted in red, it means that it's possible to lose money on the deal.

Pictured above is the analysis chart created by Anthony Todd of Chicagoist from his article titled "Ultimate Guide to Not Getting Screwed by Restaurant Week 2017". The basic key is simple: If the restaurant is highlighted in green, he liked it. You're not going to get a bad deal no matter what you order and the menu has good, delicious-sounding choices. If the Restaurant isn't highlighted at all it means that 1) He couldn't tell if it was a deal; 2) It barely broke even or; 3) It's a deal, but he's not very fond of the menu or the restaurant, so he doesn't recommend it. If a restaurant is highlighted in red, it means that it's possible to lose money on the deal.

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