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About Chicago Cut Steakhouse
Chicago Cut Steakhouse redefines Chicago's steak-centric dining scene with signature USDA-certified prime beef, which is hand cut and dry aged on site. A variety of made-to-order cuts are joined by eight different fish options, shellfish, chops, an array of hearty side dishes and more on the extensive dinner menu. The restaurant also serves the city's best "power breakfast". Chicago Cut's expansive surroundings feature a lively bar area framed by dramatic wine display cases; vibrant red velvet banquettes and spacious dining tables; and sweeping views of the Chicago River. A sprawling outdoor patio lining the riverside attracts diners throughout the day and well into the evening. Special touches abound, such as the restaurant's global wine list, which is presented to the guest via an interactive iPad program.
Chicago, IL 60654
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am -3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Everyday: 3:00pm - 2:00am
LaSalle & Kinzie
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is located on the west side of LaSalle past the main entrance of the building and before the LaSalle Street Bridge
We are conveniently located near the Merchandise Mart Brown Line stop and the Clark and Lake Blue, Brown, Purple, Green, Orange & Pink Lines.
Private Party Facilities:
Chicago Cut Steakhouse is available seven days a week for breakfast, lunch & dinner events of ten up to 200 people. Please contact Anna Dawson for more information.
Private Party Contact:
Anna Dawson: (844) 532-0967
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Chicago Cut Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
Overrated. Do not waste your money. Tables packed tightly together, too many personnel milling around tables, noise level extremely loud to the point where I was shouting to be heard , felt VERY rushed, food came out ridiculously fast and was subpar, constant platters of other people’s dinner orders or dirty dishes set up right on top of our table. A complete disappointment, other than pretty Christmas decorations and a nice view of city. Will not be returning.
Our waiter Rodney was extremely knowledgeable and very cordial. The recommended lobster appetizer was outstanding. Would definitely order again. Our steaks were properly cooked to our preference. Loved the truffled scalloped potatoes. The martinis were excellent. Johnathan, the manager, came to our table to see if everything was up to par. It was.
I was reeeeeeeally disappointed in this place. It was loud, which didn't bother me as much as the fact that the food was not impressive at all. I got the bone-in ribeye which was average at best--underseasoned and flavorless. My wife had the filet + scallops--both were very much below average. I will never eat there again... there are too many other good steakhouses around. I honestly can't believe that this place is popular. We are from out of town, and went here on vacation based on review websites/food blogs. Very very disappointed. Our server was good, roberto.
Chicago Cut never disappoints. The food is fantastic and the service is amazing.
They go out of their way to make you feel special. Our waiter had a great sense of humor and provided the right balance of space and service. Without a doubt, my favorite restaurant in the city.
Everything was perfect except for our waiter. He was clearly rushing us by bringing our bill before we asked for It, and picking it up when there clearly wasn’t any form of payment in it. My grandma specifically asked for a gap between apps and our main entree so that we could socialize- and our entree came out while we were still eating our apps.
Great steaks and service everytime. My only issue was it was our anniversary and I requested to sit at river window. Day of reservation while confirming my reservation, the gal told me yes she had us all set at window seat.. Upon arrival, young hostess told me NO, its first come first serve. I did speak to manager and he was nice enough to comp a couple of our drinks, which was very nice..
This was a wonderful experience. The food was outstanding - the service impeccable. We allowed our waiter to recommend our entree and sides and he did not miss. He recommended a wine pairing that enhanced an already astonishing steak. I cannot speak highly enough about the added value our waiter brought to the meal. I only wish I could afford to eat here every week!
When we arrived our table was not ready and we were directed to the bar to get a drink. Our table was ready then shortly and we were rushed to quickly lose our tab. Then the 2 women I was with and myself were told it was required that our drinks be carried to our table. I asked if they require the men’s to be carried as well, they said no. Perhaps they require this as a kind gester but I found it rude and sexist. Also my steak which was ordered as medium rare was over cooked and our mac and cheese was cold. Our server was excellent and did kindly remove the Mac and cheese from outback bill. For what you pay, I expected better food and to be treated better
Disappointed they did not find our RSVP which I had requested a booth because my husband is hard of hearing. This was a special occasion and we were put on a bench table with people on both sides. I found my reservation which requested a booth. She said they were saved for large parties which I would have understood but I made 6pm for this reason and there was a small booth at end that I saw was open the whole time we were there. Food was excellent as was the service just disappointing on seating.
The delmonico was without a doubt the best steak i have had in a very long time. The noise level on a Tuesday night was louder than I would like. That was due to the place being packed and I mean packed. Tables close together and everyone talking just added to the increased noise level. Did it negatively impact the meal, not really. The attention of the staff was top notch. I love ice water and the glasses were being refilled with ice and not just water. The personalized attention from selecting steaks, sides and refreshments just added to a fantastic experience. Our table started with fois gras which melted in the mouth, just enough for 3. We dined on delmonicos, NY strip and a bone in ribeye. Sides of brussel sprouts and scalloped potatoes. No room for dessert but we already know we will return. That bone in ribeye that my friend had looked real good.
Went for my boyfriend's birthday, all in all, it was a 3.5 out of 5. I will say our server Kirby was extremely attentive and made for a more pleasant experience. The "lobstercargot" was DELICIOUS- and easily my favorite part of the meal. Boyfriend enjoyed his filet-, I mistakenly got the vegetable risotto as my main dish (I don't eat much meat- but I guess I should've expected a vegetable dish to be sub-par).
Absolutely loved Chicago Cut! Fantastic food/drinks and it was fun to see a few things that aren't on the menu at every nice steakhouse in Chicago (the lobsterscargo for example). Also may have been the best service we've had at any restaurant in Chicago. A bit pricey but so worth it for a nice night out. Will definitely be back!
I've been to Chicago Cut many times, so I know their level of service. Unfortunately, this time, our server was just so-so. As soon as we arrived he asked if we wanted a drink. We weren't sure if we were ordering breakfast or lunch, so we told him to come back. This seemed to put him off. When he returned, I asked him what the specials were -- so that I could decide what I wanted -- and he only gave us a few, which I thought was odd. However, the waitress at the table behind us discussed an entire list of specials with her table (none of which were mentioned to us!). Had I known about all of the specials, I would have ordered something entirely different. I even had to ask for a wine list, and he never inquired whether we wanted dessert. All-in-all, he just didn't seem very interested in our table, so we asked for the check instead of coffee and a dessert menu.
We have loved this place in the past. Travel from out of state and always made this a must meal. We were so disappointed in very lame service. Manager came over and dropped his card but did nothing to improve service. The restaurant was 1/2 empty and the great energy was not there. Food was still amazing as was wine. But server paid more attention to table that brought their own bottle that cost less than the one we bought at restaurant. Feel like this place has lost its edge. We will only be back for lunch. Really disappointed...
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