is a community bistro serving locally sourced, sustainable New American cuisine in a refined and lively setting. Built by a community of craftsman in the late 19th century, this neighborhood restaurant serves fresh farm-to-table ingredients from like-minded ranchers and purveyors. Housed in a rustic-chic space with an open kitchen, the restaurant also offers a wide range of craft beers, seasonally inspired cocktails and artisanal spirits.
“The Kitchen has great sightlines from its spot overlooking the Chicago River, with the historic LaSalle-Wacker Building—a classic art deco tower—looking back on the other side,” says Chicago Business. “But smart cooking by head chef Johnny Anderes (Telegraph, Reno) and the hospitable vibe make an even bigger impression.”
To book a table at The Kitchen, make a request using Reserve.