Chicago >Pazzo's At 311
“even the coffee tasted great.”
“Got the cheese burger and it was a good burger but nothing spec.”
“service was great, bartenders were fast, the alcohol offerings were plenty diverse and they offered like 8 different beers!”
“had no idea such a great place existed in the Loop.”
“The staff at the grill portion is great as they will make anything you can think of or any special re.”
“This is a great and quick lunch spot.”
You should have your wedding reception here!!!!.
WOW, What A WEDDING!
i have gotten to the tail end of my friends getting married so i am a bit jaded with wedding food and banquet halls. i was pleasantly SHOCKED at the fabulous wedding i attended at Pazzo's at 311 south wacker. don't confuse it with the others, this one is in a 3 story glass atrium which is the coolest place to have dinner for a wedding - nothing like those boxy banquet halls.
The ceremony was right where we ate dinner just 45 minutes later. we didn't even notice the turnover. and the food! it tasted like i ordered a filet, mashed potatoes and fresh sauteed veggies right off the menu of a great steak restaurant. not at all like banquet food. service was great, bartenders were fast, the alcohol offerings were plenty diverse and they offered like 8 different beers! even the coffee tasted great.
i wish the parking ws cheaper down there. but that's what you would expect from a downtown event. valet would have been nice. HAVE YOUR WEDDING HERE! i wish i did. i had no idea such a great place existed in the Loop. I hear the price is right, also. We thought they paid a lot more (so we gave a lot more for the gift).
Loop workers talk shop over lunch at this Mediterranean-Italian restaurant near the Sears Tower..
A soaring glass atrium makes for sunny "outdoor" seating at a few tables, while an inner bar and dining room offers booths and low lighting for intimate meals. Straightforward Mediterranean-Italian dishes include generous pastas, salads and sandwiches. The hummus flight could easily feed four, with toasted pita for dipping. Spicy tomato sauce gives a kick to fusilli Napolatani with Italian sausage and black olives. Lightly dressed with lemon-cumin oil, grilled tuna steak is popular, too.
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