Chicago Restaurants

Pump Room

  • 1301 N. State Pkwy. Map It
  • Near North
  • American

Fodor's Review

Once famous for its star-studded clientele like Frank Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart, the iconic Pump Room was on the verge of extinction before world-class chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and legendary hotelier Ian Schrager revived the Chicago landmark with a glitzy redesign and concept overhaul. The result is a sceney enclave mirroring Vongerichten's award-winning New York restaurant, ABC Kitchen. Diners can dig into wholewheat flatbreads and homemade pastas topped with seasonally driven ingredients like Meyer lemon cream and asparagus pesto, while keeping an eye out for the celebrities that are often spotted at the bar.

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Public Chicago, 1301 N. State Pkwy., Chicago, Illinois, 60610, USA

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