About 2 year(s) ago by Fairfield Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown/Magnificent Mile
With its sweeping city skyline, world-class attractions and inspiring lake views, there’s no better place to celebrate Valentine’s Day than romantic Chicago. The Windy City is full of fabulous dining choices, from quaint cafes to exclusive 5-star restaurants. So, whether you’re looking for a French bistro or a casual pizza joint, take your pick from these romantic Valentine’s Day eateries.
Ada St. offers an award-winning menu of upscale bar fare and signature cocktails in an intimate atmosphere that feels like a secret hideout.
Dine on French style bistro dishes like steak frites while you enjoy the sleek art deco surroundings, elegant cocktails and live music at Bavette’s.
Balena features a creative Italian menu (from smoked mackerel to tiramisu) enhanced by rich décor of high-beamed ceilings and a leather bar.
Romance seekers can snuggle up with delicious cocktails and creative fondue dishes at Geja’s Café, Chicago’s “most romantic restaurant.”
Situated in an 1895 townhouse, decked out in elaborate flower arrangements and lush fabrics, Les Nomades is a stately choice for Valentine’s Day. Dine on creative dishes that incorporate traditional French-American cooking techniques with modern ingredients. Dinner jackets are required for men.
Maude’s Liquor Bar is a dimly lit, resto-bar that’s the perfect spot for quiet conversation and romance. Dine on tasty small dishes like roasted chicken paillard and tenderloin steak tartare while you sip on enchanting cocktails like the fizzy French Gimlets and the Smoky Violet.
If you want a view to go with your dinner, make your reservations at Cité. Situated on the 70th floor of Lake Pointe Tower, this sophisticated restaurant offers a delicious menu and spectacular views of the Chicago skyline.