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Really amazing experience. Phenomenal food and service. Every bite was savored, and the attention to details in service made me feel like royalty! Would absolutely have come here for the food alone, but the service makes the experience unforgettable. Two Michelin stars well deserved ... how does this place not have 3 !? MoreOpenTable Diner -
A memorable experience. So many courses - all paired appropriately with drinks. Highly attentive staff who also managed not to be intrusive. Restaurant not crowded at all - quite intimate. The food was exquisite - there was plenty of it, but when done, we didn't feel gorged, just pleasantly full. A wonderful place to celebrate that special occasion. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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"By combining fine dining with fun dining, Barton G The Restaurant makes each meal an experience, fulfilling the senses with enticing fragrances, extraordinary food and over the top presentations.
After successful opening in Miami and Los Angeles, the restaurant is now opening a sister space in Chicago. The creation of events impresario Barton G. Weiss whose innovative approach to entertaining has received worldwide acclaim.
The restaurant does not take reservations for dessert only. Table reservations are exclusively for guests ordering entrees.More
Simple, Rustic, yet Refined, and anything but typical. Walk into Dolce and you're welcomed by the aromas from the open kitchen. You might notice the music, its contemporary, it's rock & roll, R&B, or soul. You'll definitely notice the wines, displayed on the wall like works of art. There are no white table cloths, no dabbing the corners of your mouth, no pomp, but lots of circumstance. And perhaps the only reason you noticed the aforementioned is because you haven't tasted our food. That's when the music fades into the background.
Chef Josh Septoski is proud to be 'dismantling' the dining experience, replacing it with a sophisticated yet relaxed evening that doesnt break the bank. It's the best of both worlds, yet the food is our finest accomplishment to date. Inspired by whats great with a deep appreciation for each ingredient; grown at local sustainable farms, or produced and harvested by like-minded individuals. Dolce is rarely the same place twice. More
Winds whipping off Lake Michigan are no match for hungry Chicagoans in pursuit of the ultimate burger and a respite from brutal winters. Historically at the heart of the meat industry, the city’s slaughterhouses now house tony Michelin-starred restaurants, and deep-dish is just one of countless takes on Italian American staples in town. Arguably the American capital of molecular gastronomy, Chicago is at once a trendsetter and the capital of casual. Calling all carnivores.