Chicago Restaurants near Lyric Opera of Chicago

Our list of the best food near Lyric Opera of Chicago. Our top pick: Girl & the Goat.
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  • Lyric Opera of Chicago

    Lyric Opera of Chicago

    20 N Wacker Dr
    From $31 for weekdays and $42 for weekends. Extraordinary productions of major operas, in the impressive Civic Opera House, overlooking the river; local legend has it that the back-story behind business magnate Samuel Insull's decision to build it was the inspiration for the opera scenes in Citizen Kane. Although highly acclaimed today, there was a minor controversy among purists when they began to project English titles above the stage for non-English operas.
    Loop food nearby
  • Girl & the Goat

    Girl & the Goat

    809 W Randolph St
    Su-Th 4:30-11PM, F-Sa 4:30PM-12AM. $25+. "Top Chef" winner Stephanie Izard offers ten options each from the meat, seafood, and vegetable categories; sharing plates is advised, and pairing with beer is highly encouraged (30 carefully selected brews on tap). Though the menu changes with the chef's creative whims, variations on the "pig face" theme seem to be a mainstay.
    Near West Side
  • The Publican

    The Publican

    837 W Fulton Market
    M-Th 3:30-10:30PM, F-Sa to 11:30PM; Su 10AM-2PM, 5-10PM. $20-35. Come hungry and carnivorous, as the Publican delivers mighty plates stacked high with ham, lamb, pork bellies, and other meats. There's also quite a lot of gourmet seafood from around the world. The Sunday brunch will destroy you.
    Near North Side
  • Carnivale

    Carnivale

    702 W Fulton St
    M-Th 11:30AM-10:30PM (bar to midnight), F 11:30AM-11:30PM (bar to 1:30AM), Sa 5PM-11:30PM (bar to 1:30AM), Su 5PM-10PM. This chic Nuevo-Latino club has a great wait-staff and nice, colorful yet understated decor. Needless to say, they're always ready with a margarita, but only the (delicious) appetizers are available in the afternoon hours.
    Near North Side
  • Jazz Showcase

    Jazz Showcase

    806 S Plymouth CtDearborn Station
    Sets at 8 and 10 Mon-Sat, and at 4 PM and 8 and 10 on Sundays. Started in 1948 by Joe Segal, this historic jazz club is home to both national touring acts and the finest local jazz musicians Chicago has to offer. Currently located in the historic Dearborn Station building in the South Loop, Segal continues to maintain the high standard for acoustic jazz that over the years has featured luminaries from Dizzy Gillespie to Chick Corea.
    Loop
  • Sixteen

    Sixteen

    401 N Wabash Ave
    Sixteen Mile Creek is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 45 mi long, in western Montana in the United States. The canyon through which it travels is known as "Sixteen Mile Canyon." The abandoned grade of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad parallels the creek through the canyon; the Milwaukee Road called Sixteen Mile Canyon "Montana Canyon" in its promotional material.
    Loop
  • Buddy Guy's Legends

    Buddy Guy's Legends

    700 S Wabash Ave
    M-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 5PM-3AM, Su 6PM-2AM. Cover $10 Su-Th, $20 F-Sa. A famous, fairly large blues club with a cajun/soul food menu and frequent big-name acts. Buddy Guy himself holds court every January.
    Loop
  • Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

    Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

    33 W Kinzie St
    Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse www.harrycarays.com
    Loop
  • Carnivale

    Carnivale

    702 W Fulton St
    Latin Fusion Cuisine
    Near North Side
  • Avec

    Avec

    615 W Randolph St
    avec restaurant, chicago, illinois
    Near West Side
  • The Gage

    The Gage

    24 S Michigan Ave
    The Gage is a 300 seat Restaurant and Tavern steps from Millennium Park. Situated at 24 South Michigan Avenue we are open late, seven days a week. We invite you to savor our delicious, upscale comfort food, fine wines, boutique beers and whiskeys while enjoying the relaxing ambience of our vintage décor.
    Loop
  • Shaw's Crab House

    Shaw's Crab House

    21 E Hubbard St
    Want V.I.P. treatment? Just email Rose Waldmeier at rwaldmeier@leye.com for a reservation and tell her that Shelly sent you.
    Near North Side
  • Japonais

    Japonais

    600 W Chicago Ave
    Japonais delivers a unique experience for guests - exceptional contemporary Japanese Cuisine and Sushi in an extraordinary setting.
    Near North Side
  • Emerald Loop

    Emerald Loop

    216 N Wabash Ave
    M-F 7AM-2AM, Sa 11AM-3AM, Su 11AM-2AM. Irish-style pub in a elegant setting, with large tables to accommodate business lunches. The food's good, breakfast included.
    Loop
  • Italian Village

    Italian Village

    71 W Monroe St
    The Italian Village is Chicago's oldest Italian Restaurant! We have the largest wine cellar in the entire Midwest that holds over 45,000 bottles!
    Loop
  • Wildfire Chicago

    Wildfire Chicago

    159 W Erie St
    Since 1995, Wildfire has been offering a mouthwatering selection of steaks, chops, and seafood in a modern-day1940s dinner club. www.wildfirerestaurant.com A Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises Restaurant
    Near North Side
  • Moto

    Moto

    945 W Fulton Market
    The official facebook page of moto restaurant in Chicago. Located at 945 W. Fulton Market St. Chicago, IL 60607. (312) 491-0058 http://www.motorestaurant.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/hswizzle
    Near North Side
  • Pegasus

    Pegasus

    130 S Halsted St
    Su 12-11PM, M-Th 11AM-11PM, F 11AM-1AM, Sa 12-1AM. Entrees $14-22, family dinners $22 per person. Sister restaurant to the Artopolis Bakery (above). They're also at the Midway food court.
    Near West Side
  • Exchequer Restaurant & Pub

    Exchequer Restaurant & Pub

    226 S Wabash Ave
    M-Th 11AM-11PM, F-Sa 11AM-midnight, Su Noon-9PM. Family-friendly pub with pizza and ribs, under the L tracks and covered in Chicago memorabilia.
    Loop
  • Athena Restaurant

    Athena Restaurant

    212 S Halsted St
    Su-Th 11AM-midnight, F-Sa 11AM-1AM. $10-18, family dinners $20 per person. Lots of hot and cold appetizers to accompany the entrees, which are a little cheaper and a little less plentiful than the other Greektown restaurants. Nice indoor and outdoor seating.
    Near West Side
  • Rockit Bar & Grill

    Rockit Bar & Grill

    22 W Hubbard St
    The Official Facebook page ofRockit Bar & Grill(22 W Hubbard st)
    Near North Side
  • Grand Lux Cafe

    Grand Lux Cafe

    600 N Michigan Ave
  • Kasey's Tavern

    Kasey's Tavern

    701 S Dearborn St
    Su-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 12PM-3AM. Excellent dive bar in historic Printer's Row. Extensive beer selection, disgusting bathrooms and "Absolutely No Dancing." Kasey's is good for a drink before or after a Sox game.
    Loop
  • Berghoff

    Berghoff

    17 W Adams St
    Berghoff Catering & Restaurant Group includes a full-service catering business, the Berghoff Restaurant and Berghoff Cafés. Berghoff is know for family traditions, its annual Oktoberfest celebrations and being a part of the fabric of Chicago.
    Loop
  • Miller's Pub

    Miller's Pub

    134 S Wabash Ave
    In 1950, three brothers of Greek descent, Pete, Nick and Jimmy Gallios, pooled all of their resources and purchased the flailing Miller’s Pub from the Miller brothers, who had established the bar in 1935. After the purchase, the Gallios brothers did not have the $500 it would have cost to change the sign on the pub, so the name Miller’s remained. In 1953, after finishing his military service, youn
    Loop
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