Our historic building is home to five unique venues, available to host a number of occasions including wedding ceremonies and receptions, birthday and anniversary celebrations, bar and bat mitzvahs, fundraising galas, teambuilding cooking classes and corporate events.View Private Dining Details
I thought the service and server were excellent. The quality of food was low and the cleanliness of the dining room (ie ceiling near vents and chandeliers) was atrocious.
We really enjoyed our food! My husband and I both ordered the BLT Jam Burger and it did NOT disappoint! I look forward to eating there again soon. We were also pleased that we could get a Revolution Anti Hero with our lunch too!
The Walnut Room is such an iconic and sumptuous Chicago dining destination. The interior is elegant with all the turn of the century classic wood interior and the views of State Street and yet it is casual and unpretentious. Our server was friendly and attentive and our food (I had the chicken pot pie and Wisconsin cheese platter and my friend had the flank steak salad) was delicious. I would definitely return.
An old Chicago standard, easy to overlook (on 7th floor of Macy's), which makes it relatively easy to get in when other options are booked.
Food was good, on par with a neighborhood restaurant, a little below the typical downtown restaurant. Service was outstanding.
Meeting with friends
Server was very slow and just seemed like he was going through the motions.
We were in about 5:15pm on Saturday night. Food selections were very limited.
We were put in a dark corner table for 4 and there were about 4 other tables with other guests. Creepy feeling. Very disappointing for an icon of Chicago dining. I would only think about returning at Christmas when the tree is up.
Food was excellent, but service from our waiter (not anyone else on the staff) was lacking.
We always have an excellent experience at the Walnut Room. We love the ambience, the service is always great, the food is always delicious, it’s great to go at a time other than Christmas as it usually never crowded and it’s always the perfect beginning of it lovely evening
Having worked at the old Marshall Field’s, it is a treat for me to see how Macy’s has left the Walnut Room intact for this and, I hope, future generations. The Walnut Room should always stay a Chicago tradition. The service and food were excellent, too.
Still a beautiful room and servers are very good. Wife’s Fish was very good. The famous P.O. pie no longer has a light and fluffy crust. That was my only disappointment