The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
50 - 75 USD
Booth One’s opening marks the return of one of Chicago’s trendiest dining rooms. Formerly known as The Pump Room, this contemporary reincarnation is named after the booth reserved for A-list celebs who dined there—have a look at the black-and-white photos lining the walls for a glimpse of the good old days. Today, the stylish interior flaunts a plush cream, gold and gray color scheme. The food is an old-timey homage to European cooking and is as ambitious as it is excellent. Classic dishes include beef Wellington, Dover sole and rack of lamb. Alternatively, make a meal of American faves like lobster Louie salad or a burger. Desserts are especially nice, including a slice of devil's food cake layered with coconut mousse and topped with warm fudge sauce.
- Wheelchair accessible