Following The Yankees
Hi, I'll be in Chicago for the Cubs game Wednesday afternoon and the White Sox game Thursday Night. I'm arriving Tuesday afternoon and staying at the Hyatt until Friday. I'm looking for some good casual places to eat for two. breakfast, lunch, dinner. Open to anything.
Thanks in advance!!
Which Hyatt? If you mean the Hyatt Regency Chicago at Wacker and Michigan, here are great places that are nearby (walkable) for a sit-down breakfast:
For a continental breakfast of coffee and/or pastry:
Intelligentsia Coffee (Randolph location) - www.intelligentsiacoffee.com
Toni Patisserie - www.tonipatisserie.com
Firecakes Donuts - www.firecakesdonuts.com
Glazed and Infused (Hubbard location) - www.goglazed.com
Do-Rite Donuts - www.doritedonuts.com
And for a casual lunch or dinner:
Sable (small plates, contemporary American, craft cocktails) - www.sablechicago.com
GT Fish & Oyster (small plates, seafood, craft cocktails) - www.gtoyster.com
Pizzeria Uno and Pizzeria Due (our delicious local deep-dish) - www.unos.com
Quartino (small plates, Italian) - www.quartinochicago.com
Piccolo Sogno Due (Italian) - www.piccolosognodue.com
The Purple Pig (small plates, Mediterranean-ish) - www.thepurplepigchicago.com
I recommend making reservations for dinner at any of these. They don't take reservations at the pizza places or the Purple Pig. Avoid the Purple Pig at normal lunch (11:30-1:00) and dinner (5:00-9:00) hours when waits to be seated are often 60-120 minutes.
If you don't mean the Hyatt Regency Chicago, but you instead mean the Park Hyatt, the Hyatt McCormick, or the Hyatt O'Hare, let us know and we'll give you other recommendations that are close by.
For a casual breakfast/brunch/lunch near Wrigley:
For a casual dinner near the Cell:
Han 202 (Chinese, French) - www.han202.com