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Mon - Thu 12:00PM - 1:00PM 5:30PM - 6:30PM
Fri 12:00PM - 1:00PM
We came here for a birthday brunch and the staff was VERY accommodating to all our needs, and helped get us what we needed. The food was also OUTSTANDING, and the all you can drink brunch package is a very good deal. Highly recommend.
Came for breakfast as we were staying at the hotel. It has a fun view of Michigan Avenue. Coffee was good and the pot was left at our table. I had the yogurt parfait and chicken sausage which was wonderful. I would definitely recommend this place if you are staying at the Conrad, but wouldn't go out of my way to dine here.
The restaurant was physically beautiful. crowded for happy hour. we sat to eat just after 7 pm. My friend arrived at the bar first and waited over a half hour while seated at the bar but was not acknowledged or waited on by the bartender.
The cocktails were just ok. The dry ice and show was interesting but still a pretty average cocktail. Food was tasty and pretty but very small portions.
Fantastic, the Chef stopped by to check on our experience. The wait staff was outstanding!!!
Took awhile to be seated despite having a reservation. However, after being seated, it was a fantastic experience.
Wine and charcuterie board were great. Nice quiet spot for a business meal. The service was meh. Grumpy/rude server who you had to track down and they forgot the food we ordered. Very helpful and lovely hostess, however!
Food and service were fantastic. Highlights of the meal were the bone marrow appetizer and bison entree. The drinks were incredible as well. Will definitely be back.
The food was very good (not amazing) and the cocktails were delicious. Our server was very knowledgeable and friendly. I wasn't that impressed with the overall quality of the service here though. The hostess was very rude and although our server was nice, the service wasn't anything special.
We enjoyed Baptiste & Bottle's special Taste of Iceland prix fixe menu. It was phenomenal. The food was high end, the presentation was beautiful, and the service was top-notch. We found the specially designed cocktails to be too sweet for the meal, and drinks, in general here, were over priced. As you're on the 20th floor of the Conrad, you have a great view of the city.
We were here for the Taste of Iceland dinner in advance of our friend’s trip to Iceland. Is was a great evening with delicious food, awesome drinks, an engaging chef and a wonderful view of Michigan Avenue. The restaurant and bar had a very cool vibe, we will definitely go back for drinks and appetizers.
We were present for the "Taste of Iceland" menu and had a splendid time!
We waited 40 minutes past our reservation time. Also took a long time to get a cocktail. After that dinner was amazing They were featuring a dinner from Iceland. One of the best dinners I have had in a long time. Unique flavors and the visiting chef gave us an education on Icelandic cuisine. We also enjoyed flights of bourbon which was very fun. I would definitely go back.
We were excited to eat here. The website said they were have a special Icelandic menu but did not make it clear that it was the ONLY menu available that evening. So, started off very disappointed because my wife was not at all interested in the special menu. So instead of taking our table, we sat in the bar area at a 2 top with great city view. Service from hostess to waiter was indifferent. Bar food was great. Glass of wine expensive considering small portion.
would go back to have a drink at bar and a small bite. I'd be interested in trying the restaurant but indifferent service is not enticing me to do so.
We enjoyed a very carefully designed and executed Icelandic meal. Along with this, too specially created Icelandic
Dined here for Taste of Iceland 2018. Excellent food, service and overall experience. Bartenders (Matt, India) were friendly and offered great suggestions for cocktails. Our server (Tom) provided wine pairings that perfectly complemented the food. Icelandic chef provided informative tableside presentation and explanations of the courses. The ambiance of the restaurant was lively, upscale yet not too noisy. Would definitely recommend and return for another dining experience!
We did the Taste of Iceland dinner. Our waiter was a true professional and one of the best. The food was amazing, the cocktails were delicious. One of my favorites.
The food was great. The service was fantastic. The views were perfect. And the drinks were on point.
It was a great place to go on a business dinner as we needed to accommodate a variety of diets, including a couple vegetarians. I'd also recommend this to people who are from out-of-town as its a great opportunity to get the "city" feel with nice views.
Overall, I have only very positive remarks about my experience -- and I don't say that lightly as I'm a total foodie who has been to many great restaurants and live in a great food city, myself. Go check this restaurant out!
Great drinks, good downtown view. I was a little disappointed with the free range bison, which was overcooked and then sliced in half to appear rare. The macaroni was tasty but a bit soupy. I would have expected more for $ of the meal. I would recommend this place for cocktails and appetizers.
This place is such a disappointment. Not worth the trip or the price. First of all, they draw you in by advertising an unlimited bloody Mary bar for $26 so one would expect an up to par bloody Mary. Not the case! Oh and mind you, if you only pay for one bloody mary and not the the unlimited bar, you do not get to make your own. You get a pretty bad bloody Mary made by the bartender in a tiny cup with minimal to no garnishes. The food was ok. They try to make it fancy so they can charge more but they end up ruining a classic meal. E.g Breakfast BLT. Service was ok. Messed up our orders multiple times. I regret spending my money here. I should have known when they request credit card info to make a reservation that nothing good would come of it. I definitely won't be returning.
Food was outstanding, service was not. We went to B&B for brunch. We were left with a dirty table and empty drinks (part of the Unlimited Mimosa and Bloody Mary package) for 25 minutes...turns out, our server had left sick. NO ONE came to tell us this. Finally the manager came over and apologized...although did NOTHING about it. Was really turned off by this. It's very clear the waitstaff and front of the house is clueless and doesn't have it together.
Also, the ambiance is a bit sterile...which seems to be the case with most "hotel restaurants"...could pick it up a bit and make it feel a little less of a "lobby" restaurant.
Loved this! Took a group for a bachelorette brunch and the food & drink options were perfect for our occasion! The vibe is really cool too and the views were great.
I was so excited to try this restaurant out but the service staff was not welcoming at all and made us feel like we were not wanted and they only had 5 tables in the restaurant. The server was nice but not knowledgeable and when your paying close to $30 for a brunch plate you want to know how it’s composed. When the food was dropped we were not asked if we needed anything else and the next time the server came around we almost done. If i had to sum it up in one word: Overrated
Beautiful view of the city with amazing craft cocktails
Pre- Hamilton dinner . Beautiful setting, great ambience. Food slightly overpriced for the quality
Our group had a great time at Baptise & Bottle. We were all celebrating different things (friends in town, birthday, and a new job.) The waiter was aware of our celebrations and made sure to give us extra attention (along with a free ticket to the dessert bar which was nice.) The food and bottomless mimosas were delicious. I would definitely go back here and look forward to it when it warms up.
Great bottomless mimosas and bloodies. Amazing food! Staff is fantastic.
Went for brunch for St. Patrick’s day and had a splendid time. Attentive and knowledgeable wait staff. Had holiday themed cocktails. Amazing food.
My husband and I were extremely disappointed in our experience at Baptiste & Bottle! We made reservations at 7:00AM to enjoy their St Patrick’s Day celebration as advertised on Eventbrite Rally. The celebration was supposed to run from 6:30AM - 10:00PM but when we asked about their specials we were informed the specials weren’t starting until 11:00AM. We traveled from out of state to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Chicago and would have chosen a different location for breakfast had we known this information. The server seemed half asleep, the food was mediocre, and the disappointment high due to false advertisement.
There was a lady with her dog in the restaurant. Very off putting
Came here for Saturday lunch and fully enjoyed the experience. The drinks were fantastic - tried the Dealer’s Roulette (noted my preferred taste profile to the waitress) and was not disappointed. The food was fantastic too but note that it’s on the heartier side (at least their brunch menu options). The views and general ambiance were on point - can’t beat views of the city from the 20th floor.
This is an amazing restaurant!
Enjoyed this place a lot
We were so happy with the friendly service and delicious food!
Younas was a great and provided good service. Specialty sandwich came out over-cooked and sloppy, but an amazing manager, Iyala, helped to correct it and bring us another option. Views from the Conrad hotel are great. We will return.
This was one of the most delicious meals of my life. Sat with two friends and had the privilege of having Stephen as our waiter. He was attentive, anticipated our needs, and educated us where we needed info on menu items and drink choices. The crudo in lime juice, the beet salad, Berkshire pork, pasta, and Brussels sprouts were somehow, we agreed, some of the best plates we had ever enjoyed. The chocolate dessert with chocolate beignets was the perfect ending
Food is pricey, but wait staff and view were lovely! Will definitely bring out of town friends here.
The food and drinks here were great, but sadly the service was a mess. When we arrived for a 7:00 Friday evening reservation, we were told we would be seated around 7:30. But the hostess acknowledged there was no room to wait at the bar (because a lot of other late tables were there), and didn't offer any solutions as to where we could wait. She also didn't offer to buy us a drink for our inconvenience, and she basically seemed like she didn't know what she was doing.
We elbowed our way into the long table in front of the bar, but the bartenders were so harried that they were refusing to serve people. When we did finally get a bartender to pay attention to us, he complained that they were running out ingredients to make the house cocktails. He seemed genuinely distressed, but at the same time really unprofessional. We walked into the dining room, and there were several open 4 tops (we were a party of 4), so we went back and asked another person working the front of the room whey we couldn't be seated earlier. He promised to seat us at 7:15, but we were seated at about 7:25. The waiter working our table was great, but he seemed spread too thin as well, checking in with us only infrequently and slowing down our food and drink orders. Thankfully, when we did finally get orders in, both the cocktails and the food were excellent, but this place needs to staff up, train their people, and just generally act like they're in the hospitality industry.
I’ve been to Baptiste and Bottle a few times, but only once for dinner. For drinks, it’s a great place to go. However, our service at dinner was awful. I’m usually very patient and understanding, but our service was truly terrible and the restaurant was not that busy. I think our waiter forgot about us after we ordered appetizers. The food was very good, but the slow service will prevent me from going back for dinner. If you want a fun atmosphere for drinks, I recommend this place.
It was great food for the most part. (Bison was quite good, and the pasta was yummy. The not on the menu empanda was the best thing ive had in a long time, hope it goes to menu) However, the main reason we returned, was for the chocolate whip drink. This was amazing the first time we sat at the bar a few weeks ago. This past weekend, it was about half the size, and tasted much different, more like an irish coffee, than the luxurious hot chocolate drink the first was. Half the size, and same price of course.
The hotel vibe was more prevalent this time around as well. (young 20 something kids, vacationers, etc..)
We made a reservation at 11 which was after the breakfast rush but before the brunch rush. As my friends and I were finishing our meals it was getting quite loud with large groups checking in. The waiter David was prompt in explaining the drink specials which is always first on my mind during brunch.