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Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

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Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse Review

Famed Cubs announcer Harry Caray died in 1998, but his legend lives on as fans continue to pour into the namesake restaurant where Harry frequently held court. Italian-American specialties including pastas and chicken Vesuvio share menu space with top-quality prime steaks and chops. The wine list has won a number of national awards. If you're looking for a classic Chicago spot to catch a game, the generally thronged bar serves items off the restaurant menu. Or follow the summer crowds to Navy Pier to the Harry Caray's outpost there.

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Updated: 06-11-2013

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    bugs on the side, please

    In an amazing display of turning tables vs. customer srvice, my family was subjected to an al fresco dining experience like no other. Mosquitoes swarmed our heads as we prepared to eat our dinner. No apologies when we complained. A small discount of the bill. To top it off, they continued to seat poor hapless diners. WOW!! worse dining experience I have ever had, and I dine all over the USA.

    by glocks, 9/14/07
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    Very Good!

    Our first night in Chicago we ate at Harry Caray's and we were definately not disappointed! The food was fantastic, service was good, and the atmosphere was fun. I would like to go back again. Thanks for a fun evening out.

    by amdc, 12/31/06

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