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652 W Randolph St
Chicago, IL 60661

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(312) 234-9494

Cuisine: American Restaurants

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4.9 of 5.0 from 43 reviews

price range:more than $50

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Grace Reviews

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  • Chema RGreat menu. Creative presentation. You have to be willing to pay if you want to taste the best food in the city.

    55555 by Chema R

  • Annie MurphyFauna option was delightful. Service was spot on. Wine pairings are a must!

    55555 by Annie Murphy

  • Alice B.The tasting menus are both lovely (flora for veggies, fauna for meat/seafood). For a special occasion, I recommend the Camille Saves 2004 champagne from Bouzy. Hard to find amazing bubbly!

    55555 by Alice B.

  • EaterDuffy and his kitchen's tasting menus exude nearly unparalleled precision and refinement, while partner Michael Muser's wine and service are equally destination-worthy.

    55555 by Eater

  • Chicago TribuneLuxurious dining at its finest; chef Curtis Duffy is a master of precision and refinement, and his multicourse meals (one flora, one fauna) progress so naturally it’s like having a conversation.

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Water JWine pairing is magical, highly recommended and definitely worth the price. Menu-wise I think the meat/seafood one is better than the vegetarian one; the later is good but less variations in each dish

    55555 by Water J

  • Clarissa ZAmazing food (fauna menu) & wine pairing. Service can be improved, waiters appeared nervous and uptight

    55555 by Clarissa Z

  • JuliannaWeekends booked well in advance.

    55555 by Julianna

  • Kelly WongCurtis Duffy and his staff created an amazing fauna set menu. Each dish is creative and delicious. The wine pairing is worth trying. Friendly and attentive staff. Definitely ask for the kitchen tour!

    55555 by Kelly Wong

  • AdrianaHad the Fauna tasting menu. Excellent! Loved the Miyazaki Beef.

    55555 by Adriana

  • Marie CThe service, the food, the ambiance!

    33333 by Marie C

  • EpicuriousWhile Chicago loves its dive pop-ups and faux-farmhouse cafés, there's still a fan base for prix-fixe, multi-course degustation dining. This spots success lies in their zealously foraged veg dishes.

    55555 by Epicurious

  • Martin S.This is the finest overall dining experience of my life!! Really! Every mouthful, every sip, every detail was spectacular. Service was excellent and respectful. Go here!

    55555 by Martin S.

  • Jawwad A.They're great about letting you sub a course or two from the flora/fauna menus. Consistently the best service I've ever had in Chicago. The whole team really cares, and it's obvious. Go!

    55555 by Jawwad A.

  • Chefs FeedMatthew Accarrino, chef of SPQR, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Flora tasting menu.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • Lee A.Go for the wine pairings. They sent my wife home with a bottle of her favorite one at the end of our anniversary meal.

    55555 by Lee A.

  • Time Out ChicagoChef Curtis Duffy and sommelier Michael Muser have executed small but key differences between Grace and its fine-dining cohorts, and though these tweaks to the formula are subtle, they add up.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • Chicago TribuneOne absolutely must visit the restrooms. There are four, each dedicated to one season. My favorite so far is the white-on-white winter room.

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Chicago TribuneThere's a terrific veal-cheek dish with wine-braised endive, black mint and tempura anchovies.

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Chicago TribuneThere are two menus — one all-vegetable — each consisting of eight to 12 courses and priced identically.

    33333 by Chicago Tribune

  • Noah P.Sit back and relax and enjoy the show. Food was outstandinf and service was even better

    55555 by Noah P.

  • Lulu A.Walk into kitchen after dinner and meet chef Curtis and kitchen staff. Jars of spices make an amusing focal point.

    55555 by Lulu A.

  • Frank L.Amazeballs.

    55555 by Frank L.

  • Annie L.Tasting meal. So good and pretty

    55555 by Annie L.

  • Katy N.Better than Alinea. Everyone that loves unique food experiences should go here.

    55555 by Katy N.

  • Brian N.I wish you guys were on the Freebie app. Check it out at www.freebieapp.com :)

    55555 by Brian N.

  • Amanda H.Table next to the kitchen was great - get to watch all the action

    55555 by Amanda H.

  • Time Out ChicagoThe sunchoke at Grace is one of the 100 best things we ate this year. http://tmout.us/rLOtk

    55555 by Time Out Chicago

  • La Dolce VitaTwo Michelin stars

    55555 by La Dolce Vita

  • Michelin Travel & LifestyleBegin with a stylized "parsnip," then try nairagi sashimi or Matsusaka beef, and finish with a dish of sudachi custard. – Green Guide Editor

    55555 by Michelin Travel & Lifestyle

  • Chris W.Awesome! Beautiful! Pricy but it was fun

    55555 by Chris W.

  • Nauman N.Amazing service and food. Worthy of 3 Michelin stars.

    55555 by Nauman N.

  • Michele C.Amazing...all that needs to be said.

    33333 by Michele C.

  • SandyWhat a perfect blend of a beautiful, comfortable space, impeccable yet friendly service and some of the most creative and amazing food you'll ever taste. It is well worth the price.

    55555 by Sandy

  • EaterGrace's fine dining has been wowing diners, and media, from its inception. A glass-enclosed kitchen, spot-on wine pairings, and fascinating backstory only add to the draw. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Matt F.One of the best meals and experiences in Chicago. Service never missed a beat. Wine pairing was excellent!! Menu was excellent.

    55555 by Matt F.

  • Pooneet K.Really awesome meal! Have half your party get the "flora" and half the "fauna" menu so you can try everything. The wine pairings were very well done, and make sure to check out the bathrooms!

    55555 by Pooneet K.

  • Eden K.Absolutely unbelievable. Heaven on earth. Chef Duffy is a culinary genius. My mind was blown. Will be back again and again and again. Beyond perfect service. Dishes are out of this world. I'm in love!

    55555 by Eden K.

  • Geff K.Crazy great food....amazing service, beautiful room with a truly inspired chef and staff. It was a culinary ballet......AMAZING

    55555 by Geff K.

  • Ozzy N.One of the best dinners I've had in Chicago so far. Comparable with Alinea I hope they get 3 Michelin stars next year since they would be well deserved.

    55555 by Ozzy N.

  • Rui L.The Scottish Salmon & the Miyazaki Beef were my favorites. Overall a great experience must get the pairing!!!

    55555 by Rui L.

  • Chicago Tribune4 of 4 stars. "So good, the $400 one spends for dinner here (based on the $185 tasting menu, wine pairing, tax and tip; your mileage may vary) seems like a sensible investment." -- Phil Vettel

    55555 by Chicago Tribune

  • Maureen S.Amazing meal. Superb service. Creative, fun, beautiful.

    55555 by Maureen S.

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