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Remington's is Chicago's Classic American Grill, welcoming guests to enjoy warm hospitality and unparalleled service just across the street from Chicago's famed Millennium Park. Chef Todd Stein's inventive romp through classic American cuisine features fresh seafood from the raw bar, hearty entree salads, exquisite steaks, delicious chops, and mouth-watering prime rib from the rotisserie. Remington's will bring a sense of comfort and friendly service for which the neighborhood restaurants of 4-Star Restaurant Group are known to Michigan Ave. Dressed up or dressed down, come in, sit back and let us take care of the rest.
Chicago, IL 60602
American, Comfort Food, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Monday - Friday Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - Close, Saturday - Sunday Dinner: 3:00pm - Close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is Available in the Grant Park North Garage at a rate of $19 for 4 hours with Remington's validation.
Blue Line: Washington
Red Line: Monroe
Pink, Green, Orange, Purple and Brown: Randolph and Wabash
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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Remington's is THE choice for private dining on Michigan Avenue and in Chicagoland area. We have multiple options for your next event, whether it be a board meeting for 10 to an office cocktail party for up to 70.
Remington's Ratings and Reviews
Honestly the overall experience was enjoyable however that evening I had a gastrointestinal issue that seemed like a food prep illness. You can never be sure and I'm not trying to put this exclusively on Remingtons however I was the only person who had the cod special. Probably should have stuck with a steak item. I'l probably come back and try again because I liked the location and the environment.
This was a disappointing experience. The branzino was a small dry fish. The pork chop was overcooked. And when the main course arrived, I asked our waitress for the wine card so I could order a glass of wine. By the time she came back with the card we were halfway through the meal. They clearly need more staff. As we left, it was especially obvious that they needed one or two more bartenders. I fear this has become a tourist trap being poorly managed.
We live in the South Loop and have been to Remington's several times. This trip we brought our foodie / restaurant-owner friend. It was a great experience from beginning to end: The hostess was friendly & efficient, our server was attentive but (given we weren't in a hurry) gave us the space & time we asked for. She recommended some small plates and main dishes that were delicious. Every dish was well prepared and presented nicely. Favorites: Nori crusted tuna (perfect), Cobb Salad (crisp, cold), Tuna Poke bowl (the peanut crunch- yum!) and the grilled octopus appetizer. The only complaint from the men at our table: Some of the appetizers seemed small for the price and they wished there was more octopus in that appetizer.
The food at Remington's was great, had plenty of options and everyone's plates looked amazing. We ordered starters, mains and deserts, everything was great. We also really enjoyed the service and the proximity to the Bean which we got to see after. It's a nice restaurant which has the casual bar vibe to it but still elegant. Was perfect for us. Thanks
I have eaten at Remington's a number of times and have never been anything short of ecstatic about the food. The service is always great, the drinks are amazing (especially their version of a Moscow Mule!), and the FOOD! This last time, we threw them a curveball and instead of a party of 3, we became a party of 8. They accommodated us with no problem, and nothing but kindness. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone. It helps that they are right across from the Bean/Millennium Park/Christmas tree. Highly recommended!!
Brought friends here for dinner last before the CSO...none of us have never been here before. Nicely appointed large restaurant with a big bar area and great wine room. They sat us in a quiet room with a handful of tables. Loved it. Haley was our server, bubbly, knowledgeable and friendly. We shared a bottle of Trefethen Cabernet Sauvignon. One of my favorite wine makers! Remington's has a good wine list. The four of us shared the grilled octopus and the tuna poke bowl. Both were very fresh and delicious. My friends had the pork and seabass dinners and enjoyed them. My husband had the prime rib and brussel sprout. I snagged a taste and it was so good. Big portion of medium rare prime rib with crispy flavorful brussel sprouts. Yum! I had the grilled salmon with asparagus and requested it dry grilled and no sauce. No problem with accommodating my request. Love that! My salmon was moist and didn't even need the sauce. Very good. If you're going to the CSO it Art Institute or in the vicinity, I would say it's a good place for a nice dinner. It has a good variety on the menu. Dress is smart casual.
Remington's has become our go-to choice before a show. Classic tasteful interior design. Great menu. We've never ordered anything that wasn't outstanding. Service is warm and intuitive. We know that when we have friends to Chicago, they'll enjoy it.
We had an excellent brunch with friends for one of our friend’s birthdays before going out to explore Christmas decorations in the city. The restaurant was decorated beautifully for the holidays. The food was excellent— we had the French dip and chicken sandwiches. The drinks were good too— we tried the peach Bellini and the Bloody Mary. It is centrally located to Millenium Park and other tourist attractions, but the inside is not at all noisy. It has a pleasant atmosphere where we didn’t have to yell to hear each other, and we could just enjoy the company. I would highly recommend this restaurant to others!
This was an excellent restaurant. We were visiting Chicago for a conference and scheduled it for a dinner with friends based on an online review of the menu. We liked it so much, we returned for our last night in Chicago. The lobster deviled eggs are superb.
Pretty disappointed in the quality of the food for such a high end restaurant. The prime rib was probably the toughest I’ve had in a long time. The crab Louis was mostly dressing with lump crab sporadically mixed in, and yet expensive! The restaurant is pretty and great for business meetings. Too bad they are cutting costs on food quality in order to keep up a pretty space.
My husband and I came to this restaurant after Hamilton. It wasn’t my first choice but it wasn’t a horrible one. We walked from the theatre and although it took less than 10 minutes, we ready to be seated & we were! It wasn’t crowded at all but since it was an early Sunday evening I️ guess that’s normal. My first complaint was that despite the half empty patrons, the host attempted to seat us in the back right next to the kitchen. When I say there was plenty of seating, I’m not exaggerating. He ordered the lobster deviled eggs, he enjoyed them. I had their ceviche.it was really flavorful, the chips were good and I’d go back just for that. The husband had the turkey burger—not a fan; I had the salmon which tasted fresh, lightly seasoned and served hot. Too bad the asparagus was cold but hey—can’t have everything.
Great atmosphere! Interesting dishes, well prepared and very good. Creative cocktails and large wine list. When we couldn't decide on a wine, our server offered to bring us a tasting of a few, and we decided from those. Well paced meal, not rushed but efficient before a concert. Would definitely go back!
I’ve been to Remington’s in the past but haven’t been there for several months. The food is consistently good. We enjoyed a cheeseburger and a turkey burger. Both were well prepared and garnished nicely. We were able to substitute coleslaw (with mustard dressing) for the fries. We had no room for dessert. There is a good wine list, and some lucky diners occupied the wine cave on the evening we were there.
Noisy bar scene—asked for a table in the rear of the restaurant and we were taken care of. Shared a grilled asparagus salad with Green goddess dressing which was absolutely delicious. Enjoyed 2 crab cakes (and they were lump crabmeat-Nice!), which were tasty, but could use a little extra seasoning. Service was a little lacking with a few minor snafus; received hazelnut brownie without utensils and it sat for several minutes. However, I would definitely dine here again.
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