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Chicago is not short of restaurants, and there are plenty of great options within a short stroll of The Peninsula Chicago. NoMI at Park Hyatt Chicago was recently renovated and they changed its menu to include regional, fresh ingredients to be enjoyed in an elegant setting. Try to book ahead of time and see if The Peninsula's concierge can reserve you one of the coveted tables with a view of Michigan Avenue and the Water Tower. A short taxi ride away into River North, you’ll find a fun, memorable dining experience at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Graham Elliot, or try The Publican in Fulton River District for a unique table setting in the form of a “pig pen.” Tables of four can be accommodated in pens; your host will graciously seat you and then “lock” you in. Aside from the novelty, noted chef Paul Kahan offers a popular meat-heavy menu at the eatery.
No matter which type of cuisine you desire — be it Italian, Greek, French, Spanish or American — you won't be far from it at the Chicago hotel.
There are a variety of restaurants located near The Peninsula Chicago, including restaurants such as RL (Ralph Lauren Restaurant) and great deep-dish pizzerias such as Giordano’s. We recommend asking our concierge for advice on which restaurant to visit.