What To Do In Chicago For Food

 If you are wondering what to do for food in Chicago, trust us to get it covered for you. You would be surprised to know that Chicago is considered one of the best food destinations in the world. Even New York chefs admit to that. From avant-garde gastronomy to homey comfort food, Chicago has food to satisfy any taste bud. We present below some of our top picks of eating destinations in Chicago.

Parlor pizza bar

Chicago is a heavenly pizza destination with several eating joints in fierce competition with each other. However, this pizza parlor in West Loop is definitely a favorite with its fresh, local ingredients and wood-fired ovens taking the typical Chicago-style pizza a step ahead.


Opened in 2003, the restaurant has created a name for itself as one of the world’s top restaurants. Booked for two or three months in advance, this high-end fine dining restaurant offers rarefied cooking by transforming known flavors through mind-bending molecular gastronomy to help you discover flavors like never before.

Fig and Olive Chicago

Walking into the restaurant, you cannot miss on the Hollywood glamor and opulence. But its cuisine is no less exquisite. Crafted from fresh and flavorful ingredients and showcasing the best culinary influences of France, every item at Fig and Olive Chicago is a journey straight to heaven. Try its signature salad, and you would never want anything else for your lunch.


Located on Chicago’s Famous Navy Pier, the tastes of the food is heightened with unmatchable water view mingling with the Chicago skyline. Dig on its vast range of seafood, prime steaks and the best of Italian cuisines. Executive Chef Luigi Garcia’s innovative interpretations of traditional dishes will leave you with unforgettable flavors on your tongue.


Visit Jam in the hip Ukrainian Village for a chic yet affordable brunch as well as dinner. With a mouth-watering and ever enticing menu, you can enjoy the food in its sophisticated dining room flaunting plexiglass chairs or get a dose of nature in its tree-shaded garden patio.

Frontera Grill

This is another casual restaurant which bears the stamp of the expertise of Chef Rick Bayless on regional Mexican cuisine. The bright color of grill and maniac action is infectious. Let the aroma of rousing street food hit your nostrils and get your stomachs grumbling. Feel the new twist to the classic tortillas packed with spicy chorizo to chiles rellenos or try the restaurant’s own signature classics like lime-marinated Alaskan halibut paired with cilantro, green chile, olive, and vine-ripened tomatoes along with crispy tostaditas.