What restaurants at Trump Chicago are best for families with children?

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Even though Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago’s only restaurant is the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Sixteen, you can bring the kids along. The fine dining restaurant provides special kids menus that are creatively decorated for boys (with Transformers) and girls (with ballerinas). But your child can forgo the foie gras and lobster for macaroni and cheese and pizza bagels. The menu also features fun mocktails such as a Shirley Temple or Roy Rogers.
 
If you have a rowdy bunch, a better option may be the 24-hour in-room dining. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Chicago hotel offers a separate kids room service menu with French toast sticks, silver dollar pancakes and smoothies for breakfast; grilled cheese, chicken fingers and spaghetti marinara for lunch and dinner. Well-behaved kids also can end with desserts like chocolate chip cookies and Oberweis orange sherbet push pops.

Eating out with children can often be a challenge for families, especially if they care to eat somewhere nice; but it doesn’t need to be at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago. When dining at Trump Chicago, the best choice for families is the hotel’s signature restaurant, Sixteen. Serving three meals a day and an incredible brunch on Sunday, the restaurant is happy to offer a children’s menu that offers traditional children’s favorites but have been executed with the same gourmet precision as the adult menu. These items include macaroni and cheese, pizza bagels and for breakfast, delicious French toast sticks. Trump Kids are also encouraged to order a kiddie mocktail and indulge in a Shirley Temple or Roy Roger. Brunch at Sixteen is perhaps the best option for children, as the dozens of breakfast and dessert stations will keep them smiling all day long.

Should parents prefer a gourmet meal in their room, the in-room dining menu can accommodate any request. If kids have a favorite they do not see on the menu, they need only ask and it will be theirs.

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