Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Chicago
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- Gibsons Chicago - 1028 North Rush Street, 312-266-899
- Gene and Georgetti - founded in 1941 at 500 N. Franklin Street, 312-527-3718
- An 1898 German Classic In The Loop: - The Berghoff, 417 W Adams St, 312-427-3170
- Topolobampo - Oaxacan Chef Rick Bayless' flagship at 445 N Clark St is spendy enough ($90) that there may be last minute reservations available at 312-661-1434
- The Little Goat - Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard's farmto-table bistro at 820 W Randolph St. is where you go when you forgot to reserve at The Girl and the Goat, 312-888-3455
TOP LOCAL TIPS
- The Chicago Architecture Foundation - is widely considered the best among the boats competing to squire you around in what really is a MUST DO: an architecture boat tour. Book your group on the CAF boats, which depart from 112 E Upper Wacker Drive at www.cruisechicago.com, 312-922-TOUR.
- Architectural Boat Tours - Among the architectural tour boats leaving from Navy Pier, our favorite is the humorous Seadog Cruises, 312-321-7600
- Visit the city from 1353 feet - from Skydeck Chicago at the Sears Tower (they can't make us call it the Willis Tower) which features see-through ledges for the brave - $23.
- Go Up And Look Out! - If all you want is a beautiful high-up view, that can be had - with a drink in hand - by visiting the Signature Room on the 95th Floor of Chicago's 1100-ft tall Hancock Center at 875 N. Michigan Ave. No ticket required. If you insist on paying for a view, the Hancock offers a 360-degree viewing deck that will set you back around - $17.