By Travelzoo Staff
Chicago Magazine calls Ada Street a "diamond in the rough"
and named the well-hidden restaurant owned by DMK Restaurant Group to their list of Best New Restaurants for 2012.
The Chicago Reader says that chef Zoe Schor (who has worked for both legendary American chef Thomas Keller and Top Chef's Tom Colicchio) sets a high standard with her "tasty and thoughtful dishes." Two can dine for $99, regularly $180; reserve a table for four at $195 and save even more.
Why we love it
- Chicago Magazine named Ada Street one of the city's "Best New Restaurants"
- The full menu (viewable here) features dry-aged steak, salmon tartare and sparkling wine
- Thrillist calls this "a hidden spot worth finding"
- Zagat says Ada Street is "ultrachic" with a "thoughtful wine list"
April 1, 2013 - July 2, 2013
1664 N. Ada St.
Chicago, IL 60642
- Chef Schor tells us that some of the menu selections may change with the seasons, but this special five-course menu currently includes the dry-aged prime strip loin that Time Out Chicago called "perfect" and the salmon tartare that owner Michael Kornick called one of his favorite dishes on the menu.
- Each course is paired with wine to match the cuisine, including a Chilean cabernet sauvignon alongside the sirloin course, and a sparkling Spanish cava with dessert.
- Reserve a table inside during spring, or come summer take a table out on the patio that features a ping-pong table; when it opened last June, Eater said that this "backyard retreat" took the "cool and unique spot...up another notch."
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed starting Tuesday, April 2, through July 2, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Valid for 2 or 4 diners only. Valid Monday-Wednesday only. Limit 1 voucher per table. Seasonal menu is subject to change. See below for full terms and conditions.
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