Michael Jordan’s Restaurant
505 N. Michigan Ave.
Located in the iconic InterContinental Hotel, Michael Jordan’s new restaurant is a must-do for foodies, tourists and MJ fans alike. I mean, really, who doesn’t want to be like Mike?
1400 W Randolph
Though many associate one sixtyblue with owner Michael Jordan, the restaurant came to life combining the notion of a forgotten address, 160 Loomis, with what was known as the big blue building.” Guided by market-fresh inspiration from farmer to plate, Chef Michael McDonald’s contemporary American cuisine celebrates daily life.
100 E. Chestnut St.
Mike Ditka may know a thing or two about football but his restaurant isn’t too shabby either. If you take away anything from this list, let it be: Pot Roast Nachos. Mike Ditka’s is also located in Oakbrook.
Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse
33 W. Kinzie St.
Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse is as legendary as the man himself. The restaurant is known as the “Official Home Plate of the Chicago Cubs.” Harry Caray’s is also located in Rosemont and Lombard.
Harry Caray’s Tavern
700 E. Grand Ave.
Located in Chicago’s Navy Pier, Harry Caray’s Tavern is known as quite the celebrity watering hole. Grab a brew and take a look at all the celebrities who’ve visited. Fun Fact: A few of the celebrity owners of Harry Caray’s are; Ernie Banks, Patrick Kane, Jeremy Piven, Ryne Sandberg and many more.
Lauren Wulf, CBS Chicago