Visit Lockwood during Chicago Restaurant Week

So, have you been out to enjoy some fantastic food in the Windy City during Chicago Restaurant Week? No? What are you waiting for. You've got nine more days to go. Get out there and get a taste of some of the best Chicago has to offer at amazing prices.

Here's one to add to your list - Lockwood Restaurant and Bar. Here's the 411 on this elegant eatery in the Palmer House Hilton from the website:

Lockwood Restaurant, located in the historic Palmer House Hilton, is a perfect destination for farm-to-table cuisine in an elegant environment. We offer a truly unique, locally- and seasonally-influenced menu, inspired by our rooftop garden and apiary. In addition to the delicious cuisine, we are proud to offer an extensive wine program. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea, and the Bar at Lockwood is a favorite for both locals and travelers. In addition to the main dining space, Lockwood offers a stunning private dining room.

Lockwood Restaurant Hours
Breakfast: 6:30am - 11am
Lunch: Mon thru Fri 11am - 2pm, Sat & Sun 11am - 3pm
Dinner Prix Fixe: Sun thru Thu 5pm - 10pm,
Fri & Sat 5pm - 11pm
Dinner: Sun thru Thu 5pm - 10pm, Fri & Sat 5pm - 11pm
Lockwood Bar
Opens daily at 11am
Afternoon Tea:
2pm - 4pm
17 E. Monroe Street
Chicago, Illinois 60603
tel. 312.917.3404

And the options for Chicago Restaurant Week 2015:

f i r st
yukon potato & parsnip veloute... smoked trout roe. leek ember. dill yogurt
prawn... meyer lemon. charred brussel leaves. sauce americaine
lolla rosa & frisee
salad... shaved fennel. pear. orange. uplands cheese. shallot thyme vinaigrette
se c o n d
dry aged beef strip loin... savoy spinach. textures of béarnaise. puffed grains. beet mustard scallop...pearl lentil. array of carrot. vadouvan yogurt. sea bean & herb salad
short rib... salisify. braised endive. oxalis. green grape
spaghetti chitarra... mushroom Bolognese. pecorino. san marzano tomato
t h ir d
berthas brownie... black walnut crumble. honey gelato. candied buddhas hand pear fritter... muscovado sugar glaze
sorbet... chocolate ganache. orange crumb. fernet branca

Just a little note as you make your dessert selection, the Palmer House Hilton claims to be the creator of the brownie. Bertha Palmer requested of the pastry chef to make a cake-like dessert for the Columbian Exposition World's Fair in 1893. The "Bertha's Brownie" is still made today with that original recipe.