If you are heading to Chicago to shop, there is one place you cannot miss, the Magnificent Mile. This is where you will find throngs of tourists, as well as locals. Along this historic street you will find some of the best department stores, some of the highest end couture, as well as interesting and quaint boutiques. This is a shopper’s paradise, all neatly and alluringly laid out for your shopping experience. While you shop, be sure to take time to stop an enjoy some fine food as well. With many restaurants to choose from, Pristine Agency invites you to take a closer look at a few of the best you won’t want to miss.
If you need a little red meat in the form of a burger to get you through the shopping frenzy, you have a few to choose from that won’t get you too far off course of your main destinations. One of the best burgers to be had in all of Chicago is David Burke’s Primehouse located on North Rush Street right here along the Magnificent Mile. Named the premier steakhouse in Chicago it has even earned the title of one of the 10 Must Try Dishes to Call Yourself A Chicagoan for its 55 Day Dry-Aged Ribeye.
You can’t come to Chicago without having pizza. Some of the staples of the Chicago pizza experience are quite near to the Magnificent Mile’s best shopping including Gino’s East. Gino’s East serves up some of the best pies in the country, this is a testament of many. They are located right on East Superior. If you are in the mood for a stuffed pie, head to Giordano’s on North Rush Street.
For one of the best views of the city take the elevator to the 96th floor of the Hancock Building. To not break your shopping budget, head to the bar and the city views spread out for as far as your eye can see, and not the main restaurant. They offer an assortment of appetizers and some very refreshing libations in the bar to make the most of your experience and your budget. You might have a little bit of a wait, but the view makes it worth it.
From Asian to American, fine dining to food trucks, you can fine almost anything all within miles of each other and all without having to hop a cab. What is your favorite dining experience along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile?