Fine art and fine dining go hand in hand. Visit Terzo Piano on the third floor of the Modern Wing for the best views in the city and outstanding Italian cuisine from top chef, Tony Mantuano. Visitors who book a package with one of the participating hotels receive 10% off at Terzo Piano.
20 North Michigan Avenue Remington's invites guests of the Art Institute of Chicago in for a free appetizer with the purchase of an entrée. Please show your Art Institute ticket stub when seated. Limit one per table.
43 East Ohio Street Open daily until 11:00 p.m. Founded in Turin, Italy, in 2007 by Oscar Farinetti, Eataly is the largest artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in the world. Guests enjoy high-quality food and drink at accessible prices and experiment with new combinations of flavors at the various restaurants throughout the marketplace.
520 North Michigan Avenue (The Shops at North Bridge) This eatery offers an expansive menu of both classic and less common Chinese entrées. To celebrate Mirroring the Past: Emperor’s and Their Bronzes, it is offering special menu items throughout the run of the exhibition.
2168 South Archer Avenue (Chinatown) Minghin specializes in traditional and contemporary Cantonese cuisine and dim sum (deem sum). To celebrate Mirroring the Past: Emperor’s and Their Bronzes, it is offering special menu items throughout the run of the exhibition.