If you thought clubs were just for millionaires, think again. Tortoise Club harkens back to a bygone era when men wore hats, everyone dressed for dinner and flavored vodka hadn't been invented yet. As soon as you walk in the door, you know you're somewhere special - the walls are covered in rich tartan, the bookshelves are filled with old books and there isn't a television in sight. Perch yourself on a banquet and peer at caricatures of famous Chicagoans while you order off a menu of American classics like steak tartare, lobster thermidor, oysters on the half shell and short rib bourgignon. Order a manhattan from a real Chicago bartender (not one of these young mixologists with test tubes) and remember why sometimes, classic is best.