One of the finest dining experience in Chicago, Grace is a destination eatery that holds a 3-star Michelin rating by Chef Curtis Duffy. Eating at Grace is a culinary privilege. Inside, the restaurant itself is stylish and comfortable and offers dinner 5-nights a week with meals a prix-fixe menu offering between eight and 12 courses, depending on the season. Inside, elegant modern club-style chairs settle in at large tables cast soft and neutral color tones for elegant dinner in the West Loop.
Two, seasonal menus feature between eight and 12 courses. The first menu is called Flora and focuses mainly on vegetables. Examples from this menu includes English pea ricotta with olive oil and lavender, Australian black truffle with sweet corn, pecorino, and parsley and tomato osetra caviar with brioche and mizuna. The second menu is called Fauna and focuses mainly on seafood and meat dishes. Examples from this menu include Alaskan king crab served with sudachi, cucumber, and lemon mint, Pork with gnudi, porcini, and spinach or Miyazaki beef with grains, hon shimeji, and kaffir lime.
Grace is a Michelin-starred restaurant serving two well-known multi-course micro-seasonal menus in a beautiful and comfortable dining room in Chicago.