Fodor's Expert Review Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse
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.
33 W. Kinzie St.
Chicago, Illinois 60654, USA