The Institute collects and preserves historic works (over 300,000!) since its founding as both a museum and a school in 1879. It was also the year that Chicago was being rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1971.
A steakhouse frequented by celebrities such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jimmy Butler when he was on the Bulls "basically lived here." Classy atmosphere, and a full menu at the bar too, which is always a sumptuous option
With a discrete entrance, it is like a speakeasy on the outside and lively French bistro inside with a romantic, candlelit, mirror fenced vibe, serving champagne focused drinks with staple bistro bites.