The West Town enjoys many great restaurants. These restaurants all seem to enjoy great atmosphere, great food, and convenient locations that will reward anyone who ventures into them.
Below are the Top restaurants in the West Town area.
Chicago Best Restaurants uses a number of measures to define the restaurant that offer the best food in the West Town area. First, the restaurant must have a well known chef; the restaurant must also offer world-class service; and, stock an extensive supply of wines and spirits, in keeping with the enjoyment and atmosphere that are part and parcel of a great restaurant. West Town with its prime location, great workforce and income levels, is a well-situated area for providing the kind of restaurant discerning diners will appreciate.
Each of the restaurant included on this site and in our guide is highly regarded by local and national media outlets such as Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times DiRoNA, Wine Spectator and Zagat. So, you as a dinner, if you decide to venture into one of the West Town’s recommended restaurants, know that the quality of the meal and the ambiance of the restaurant will meet your strictest requirements and afford you a relaxing, enjoyable meal.
Many restaurants in West Town do not meet our standards and so are not included in this list thus giving you some confidence that the quality of the food is more important than money itself, so you can rely on this site and the information to make your choices.
When you visit one of the recommended restaurants, let us know how much you enjoyed your meal (as well as any shortcoming that you note). We’ll post these for others that are interested in a great restaurants on our website.
Piccolo Sogno464 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60622
Chef Tony Priolo (Coco Pazzo) opened his own place in the old Timo space in 2008. Piccolo Sogno, which means "little dream" in Italian, features fresh, seasonal rustic Italian cuisine...
Melvin and Carlo Vizconde, also known as the sushi twins, use modern and traditional cooking techniques to create omakase dinners...
Chef Edward Kim dubs his food "Progressive American" and integrates French, Asian and Latin American flavors as well as seasonal...