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123 N. Jefferson St.
Chicago, IL 60661

Critic’s Notes

In this 19th-century print shop setting, Andrew Zimmerman quietly amazes your palate with his evolving menu: sumptuous charcuterie, including brilliant duck mousse; lamb loin intensified by the French spice mixture vadouvan; spice-glazed duck breast enhanced by black pepper gnocchi and turnips. Cindy Schuman’s desserts, such as almond blancmange and apricot gelée, maintain the standard, as do the stellar wines and cocktails.

Dishes We Liked

Grilled merguez sausage, beluga lentils, and roasted grapes ($14); chicken breast and sausage, bone marrow dumpling, and caramelized broth ($28); vanilla cheesecake, coconut crème anglaise, fig jam, and macadamia nuts ($10)

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Additional Information:

Price: $40-$69
Cuisine: Contemporary American
Neighborhood: West Loop/West Town
Noteworthy: Child friendly
Outdoor dining
Wheelchair accessible
Hours: L Mon-Fri, D nightly.
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