There’s no shortage of great food in Downtown Chicago. From hot dogs,italian beefs,deep dish pizza,tacos and more,you can always find something to eat downtown. Many residents of business apartments in the area don’t cook much and rely on these restaurants to get their daily meals. AMLI and The Streeter residents,to name a few,are often seen hitting the town at lunchtime to eat at one of many establishments. Here are a few of our favorites.
Many people who are health conscious like to keep lunch light and healthy,and that’s where Sweetgreen really shines. Put together your favorite veggies and select a dressing & protein and bam,you have a great lunch.
If you find yourself wandering around the River North neighborhood and have a craving for great italian,stop by Eataly,the italian supermarket that opened earlier this decade. The 3 floor store has something for everyone,including pizza,fish and deli sandwiches.
3 Greens Market
Many hospitality companies in Chicago have more than 2 or 3 great restaurants,and Hogsalt Hospitality is no exception. Stop by 3 Greens to check out their bugers,pastrami sandwiches and donuts from their various outposts.
Many people think that if they leave the coast that they’ll never have good lobster again,but at Luke’s Lobster,they take offense to the very idea. Check out this spot in the Loop for some fantastic lobster rolls.
Poke is becoming more and more popular in cities around the country,and Chicago is no exception. If you are a fan of raw fish and healthy,protein packed lunches in The Loop,check out Pokeworks.
Revival Food Hall
Revival Food Hall,located in The Loop’s National Building,is an upscale food hall that features restaurants from all over the city – perfect for those who want good,local food but not the long wait associated with it.