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Simply put, the area surrounding the Waldorf Astoria Spa & Health Club Chicago has more restaurants than you could dine in in a month. Waldorf Astoria Chicago also has a restaurant of its own: Balsan, a casual French bistro.
If you’re looking to venture outside the hotel, you’ll have steakhouses, such as Gibson’s, Morton’s and Mike Ditka’s, all within a five-minute walk. If you’re looking for something less fancy and more typically Chicago, a number of deep- dish pizza joints are within a short walk or cab ride of the spa, including Gino’s East, Pizzeria Uno and Giordano’s. And during the summer months, be sure to check out any number of restaurants that have patios and rooftop bars, including Rock Bottom and Epic. And for a unique cocktail or dining experience, ride the elevator all the way up to the 95th floor of the John Hancock Center, where 360-degree views of the city and Lake Michigan await.
And, if you just don’t feel like leaving the Waldorf Astoria Spa & Health Club Chicago , you can always have food brought to you from the Elysian Chicago in-room dining menu. Suffice it to say, you’ve got nothing if not options.