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Stock and Ledger

70 W. Madison

Whether you’re grabbing a casual lunch with co-workers in our four-seasons atrium, celebrating a special occasion in one of our three private event areas, or enjoying dinner with the family, you can count on just wonderful food, refined cocktails, a distinguished wine list and polished service. Set in a newly constructed space that balances modern design with a neighborhood feel. The newest of a series of restaurants that Chef Piper has created. For group reservations, call 312.754.0395.

One North Kitchen and Bar

1 N. Wacker Drive. Call 312.750.9700 for group reservations.

Executive Chef Laura Piper has created an Contemporary American menu that proudly serves Sustainable Seafood along with Antibiotic and Hormone Free poultry, beef and pork. Pairing well with the menu is an extensive selection of craft beers, unique artisanal spirits and an impressive wine list. One North also offers a wide selection of catering options for groups of any size.

The Lunchroom (Restaurant Entrance Inside Building Lobby)

70 W. Madison. For group reservations call 312.600.9824.

Just because you’re running low on time doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a quality meal. One North Kitchen & Bar and Stock and Ledger’s Executive Chef Laura Piper’s commitment to well-sourced, hormone and antibiotic-free, local and sustainable ingredients extends to The Lunchroom, just adjacent to Stock and Ledger 70 W. Madison. Whether you’ve got the time to sit down or you need to grab-it-and-go, The

Lunchroom provides quick-serve, made-to-order food, hot off the line for breakfast and lunch, as well as that often elusive midday snack.


3343 N. Halsted Street
 773 360 7954
We recently discovered a hidden gem in the city that is perfect for your groups. Venicci Italian restaurant is located in Lakeview and the food is simply delicious. They will open early for your lunch time groups and create an all inclusive menu (plated or buffet) for you. The warm atmosphere and mouth watering food is served up by the friendliest staff we have ever experienced.

Chicago’s NorthShore

Curt’s Cafe

2 locations in Evanston

Curt’s North, located at 2922 Central Street

Curt’s South, located at 1813 Dempster Street

If you are up on the northshore ( Skokie / Evanston), we suggest that you DINE WITH PURPOSE at Curt’s Cafe.

Curt’s is a working cafe that improves the outcomes of young adults living in at-risk situations through work and life skills training. To bring your groups to the cafe or to order a delivery, call Tami Manton with your group needs at 312-423-6612 and she’ll direct you to the proper contact.




All boxes include a sandwich, chips, freshly baked cookies and a drink for just $10 per box.

⇒Special student lunch boxes/ rates are available!

Contact Dino Northway, Sales Manger at 312-730-0400


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Near the Apollo Theater

Barn & Company (Southern Barbeque)

950 West Wrightwood  – (773) 832-4000 –

Clarke’s (Casual American Diner)

2441 N Lincoln Ave  -(773) 472-3505

Prost! (German)

2566 N. Lincoln Ave.(773) 880-9900

de Quay (comfort with a dutch twist)

2470 N. Lincoln Ave – (872) 206-8820

Near the Mercury Theater / Venus Cabaret

*Grass Roots  (affordable, eclectic, neighborhood haunt )

3747 N. Southport – 773-325-1710 –

Near the Royal George Theatre

Trattoria Gianni (Italian)
1711 N. Halsted St. – 312)-266-1976

Vinci (Italian)
1732 N. Halsted St – 312- 266-1199

Near Ruth Page Center for the Arts

The Gold Coast is one of the most famous districts in Chicago for dining, with a very high concentration of restaurants and bars. Many of them are located on famed Rush Street. A densely packed area known for its energy and its lights, Rush is awake long after the Loop has gone to sleep. Even in cold weather, throngs of people can be found mingling outside each of the restaurants and bars in this area. It is, to many, the place to be. Many establishments, aware of the draw of Rush Street, use the moniker when naming their business. There is the Rush Street Restaurant, Phil Stefani’s 437 Rush and Tavern on Rush, to name a few. Restaurants that are unique to Chicago include Tavern on Rush, Carmine’s, Gibson’s, Bistrot Zinc, Morton’s Steakhouse and PJ Clarke’s. Well-known chains also abound here. There are Dave and Buster’s, Johnny Rockets, Big Bowl and the world-famous Cheesecake Factory. For faster food, visitors can try Corner Bakery or Gold Coast Dogs. After hours, check out Hugo’s Frog Bar, The Back Room and Luxbar.

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