Whether you live in Chicago or are just visiting, Tavern on Rush is always a great option for downtown fine dining. It’s the Windy City’s place for steak and seafood, and the Chicago restaurant is located near the north side at 1031 North Rush Street. Tavern On Rush is an elegant, contemporary steakhouse offering lunch, dinner and bar food with classic American favorites, the finest USDA prime aged steaks and chops, fresh fish, seafood and unique daily specials. During his most recent visit to Chicago, Andrew Rivkin had the chance to sit down for dinner at Tavern. He had the Colorado Lamb Chops and enjoyed them thoroughly.
Inside features a horseshoe shaped bar and multi-level seating managed by an attentive and obliging staff. Visitors, locals and celebrities all agree, Tavern On Rush is the premier spot when you’re looking for upscale dining in downtown Chicago. The warm and inviting atmosphere is complimented by lovely brass and mahogany wood accents, white linen table cloths, large windows overlooking the panoramic view of lively Rush Street, soft lighting and unbeatable service. As an avid polo player, Andrew Rivkin loved the restaurant’s unique equestrian theme. The 114 seat patio at Tavern offers a great downtown dining experience, and it was actually voted as the “Best Outdoor Dining” by Chicago Scene Magazine.
Executive Chef John Gatsos has been pleasing the taste buds of Chicago for over seven years now, and his menu features a wide selection of steaks and seafood, as well as a variety of other special season ingredients. This allows John to explore his interest in other cultural cuisines, especially Asian and Mediterranean inspired entrees.
Reservations are strongly recommended when you want to dine out at Tavern on Rush so give them a call or visit their website HERE to view the menu or to make a dinner reservation online. Andrew Rivkin would certainly recommend an evening at this Chicago fine dining establishment!