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#1 of 21332 places to eat in Chicago
Average price: $75-150
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652 W Randolph St, 60661-2114
Chicago, Illinois, USA
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After seeing Batcolumn, it may be a good idea to visit this restaurant. You will be offered such food as fantastic king crab, brandade and terrific kobe beef, don't hesitate to try. Try fascinating vanilla ice cream, yogurt and yummy orange dessert that are proposed at Grace. It's time to degustate wonderful wine, fino sherry or tasty cordial. This place offers fantastic coffee, tea or well-prepared iced chocolate among its drinks.

This spot is perfect to сelebrate your anniversary. Visitors feel relaxed at this restaurant because of the attentive staff and the prompt service. Most visitors have turned attention to the fact that the dishes are offered for good prices. You will definitely appreciate the spectacular atmosphere and royal decor. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that deserves a special visit.

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We have a gift certificate from this restaurants and before we could use it we heard that the restaurant has unexpectedly closed We are trying very hard to get in touch to find out if there is anyway we can get a refund but have not been successful Greatly appreciate your response
I read the heartbreaking news recently about this amazing michelin 3 star restaurant shut down. Wanted to share my experience when I dined here couple of years ago. I was here with my husband on my 30th birthday, it was a great dining experience. We went with flora and fauna with wine pairing.(I highly recommend wine pairing for any fine dining)just multiplies the dining experience. food was amazing. We were informed of each course and the wine that went along with it. at the end of dinner, we got a kitchen tour and also recieved a copy of the wine list. The service was impeccable and very GRACEful. It was a great experience. Grace is (was) one of the best restaurants in The US. Sad to see the restaurant close abruptly.
I can't believe Grace closed its doors. This review is coming in late (and moot), but I feel the need to give it because Grace is the most special dining experience I have ever had. There's a lot of debate over which of Chicago's three Michelin starred restaurants is better: Alinea or Grace? Alinea is arguably the more famous, unique, and maybe even interesting. How many fine dining restaurants offer food that floats in the air?But what Grace lacks in pop and glamour, it makes up for in sheer perfection of taste, presentation, and (of course) grace. I came to Grace for my graduation dinner as a group of four and everyone ordered the Fauna tasting menu, which featured a variety of seafood, meat, and vegetables. Each dish was executed to perfection, and I had the best crab, scallop, duck, pork, beef, and chocolate dishes of my life. The dinner featured nine courses with additional bread service, palate cleansers, and small bites. The plating was exceptionally artful and looked almost too beautiful to eat. And while the food was tremendous, the service was graceful. The moment we sat down, four waiters came by with sparkling glass pitchers and filled our water in unison. This completely took us by surprise and set an impressive tone for the evening. The waiters were always very courteous and kind. And while the restaurant had a formal feel (even for fine dining), the waiters' calm demeanor kept the mood relaxed and comfortable throughout the evening. So for the debate, I would have to say Grace just edges out Alinea. And in fact I think Grace is the best restaurant I have ever been to, beating other premier restaurants like Le Bernardin, Jean-George, and the like. With Grace closed, I will be certain to visit whatever Chef Curtis Duffy brings out next.
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652 W Randolph St, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 60661-2114 Get directions
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 17:30-22:30
WednesdayWed 17:30-22:30
ThursdayThu 17:30-22:30
FridayFri 17:30-22:30
SaturdaySat 17:30-22:30

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