ClosedOpens at 11:00
$$$$ Price range per person $25-50
24 S Michigan Ave, Chicago
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Chicago, Illinois, USA

If you want to remember Gage Gallery, come to this restaurant first. The menu of Irish cuisine is to the pleasure of all guests here. The chef at The Gage cooks tasty fish & fries, smoked venison and venison burgers. Invite your colleagues with you and eat good lemon pie, caramel ice cream and chocolate custard. Based on the reviewers' opinions, waiters serve delicious scotch, draft beer or prosecco. Great americano, mint tea or lemonade are worth a try here.

Choose between indoor and outdoor seating. The professional staff meets you at this place all year round. Fabulous service is something that visitors note in their reviews. This spot offers you attractive prices for delicious meals. The divine decor and exotic atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. This restaurant is a Michelin selection and has 2 black knife-and-fork symbols: the inspectors mark that The Gage guarantees ultimate comfort.

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We visited this place for breakfast /lunch with friends and loved it. It's conveniently located right on Michigan Ave right across Millennium Park. Walking distance from Congress Plaza hotel. The Gage is not cheap but food is delicious. Rastorante is very busy but we didn't wait for long to be seated. Food and drinks were amazing and delicious. Atmasohere was cozy. Service was fast. We all had possetive experience and will definitely will be back! Really recommend this place.
Wow! Quite impressed, I got the bbq pork sandwich (a special for that day) it was delicious! Our waiter was very kind and the service was extraordinary! I would recommend this for lunch or dinner if you are near millennium park!
I would like to be able to give The Gage four stars because I had the best meal here that I've ever had in Chicago, which wasn't difficult to achieve, given the fact that Chicago has the worst food of any metropolis in the western hemisphere. The chicken wasn't bad. At least it wasn't over-salted like so much chicken is. And the fries had a curry-based dipping gravy that was interesting. By Chicago standards, this place easily deserves a fourth star, but sorry mid-Westerners, you don't get a handicap just because your food sucks. You see, The Gage can't possibly get four stars because they served me the worst beet salad that I've ever eaten, and I freakin' love beet salads. How dare you! They did take it off my bill after I refused to eat more than a few bites of it. The beets were somehow flesh-colored, the perfect hue to make me wonder if I wasn't biting into the wrong thing. And they tasted like, well, nothing, really. Then the salad had this annoying puffed rice on it-- who eats puffed rice anyway?-- and finally, they topped it off with a really poor excuse for a yogurt dressing. Was it yogurt? Was it even a dressing? I don't know. Such a disaster. My waitress said that the beet salad was new to the menu, and that they were still working out the kinks. I have an idea: why don't you guys go eat a beet salad at any other restaurant in the United States if you want inspiration? This is not an especially difficult dish to get right.
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24 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Outdoor seating Takeaway Booking Сredit cards accepted Delivery Wi-Fi TV Wheelchair accessible Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:00-22:00
MondayMon 11:00-23:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-23:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-23:00
FridayFri 11:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 10:00-00:00

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