Russian restaurants in Chicago
Chicago – is the second largest U.S. city, which is located on the picturesque shore of Lake Michigan in Illinois. This is one of the U. S. architectural centers, cultural, economic, industrial and transportation capital of North West. Not surprisingly, that Russian immigrants settled down in the “Windy City” as firmly as in other large U. S. cities. And, of course, there are restaurants where you can taste traditional Russian cuisine. Let’s talk about the best of them.
1. Versailles Restaurant
131 W. Dundee Rd. Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Versailles Restaurant- is a chic atmosphere, live music, as well as an amazing combination of Russian and French cuisine. Foie gras, borsch, meat dumplings, beetroot salad, chicken Kiev – these and many other dishes you will taste in this restaurant.
2. Russian Tea Time Restaurant
77 East Adams St, Chicago, IL 60603
Phone: (312) 360 00 00
The restaurant is located in the heart of the artistic district of Chicago. Several large theaters are located in the close vicinity, Chicago Art Institute and Orchestra Hall, so it’s a popular place for artists, who often gather here to share impressions about all sorts of art events. Russian Tea Time Restaurant differs in pleasant and cozy interior, in a variety of traditional Russian menu.
3. La Mirage Restaurant
3223 Algonquine Rd., Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Phone: (847) 222 12 22
La Mirage – a restaurant, banquet hall and lounge-bar. It is enough popular institution both among indigenous people of Chicago, and among the guests and immigrants, so the table is desirable to book in advance.The restaurant offers a menu not only of Russian cuisine, but also of other countries in eastern and central Europe. Here you can listen to the live music and, if you desired, to dance to the fiery rhythms.
4. Old Lviv Restaurant
2228 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
Phone: (773) 772 72 50
«Old Lviv» is a small but very cozy buffet, with traditional and, according to many reviews, a very tasty cuisine. It is nice to drink a cup of coffee or to eat a real Ukrainian borsch.
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