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The dress code at Les Nomades is formal, and it requires that men wear jackets. This dress code is meant to reflect the elegant atmosphere at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Chicago restaurant, which was originally created as a private dining room in the late 1970s. When it opened to the public in 1996, the French restaurant maintained its refined feel. Les Nomades’ townhouse location lends warmth to the dining room, which is accented with fireplaces and fine art that lines the walls. In addition to donning your best attire, the restaurant asks that you refrain from taking photos or using your cell phone in the dining room.