3747 North Southport Avenue, Chicago, IL 60613 Directions
Today 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM Closed All Hours
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  • Cuisine
    American, Contemporary
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Price
  • Hours
    Sun 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Mon 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    Tue-Thu 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    Fri 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
    Sat 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM, 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Cuisine
    American, Contemporary
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Alcohol
  • Parking
  • Takeout
  • Reservations
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Catering
  • Good For Kids
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Report | 3 days ago
Delicious food, reasonably price with great service.
Report | 6 days ago
The steak tacos and arugala salad were fantastic! Our server Scott was lovely, helpful, and very well informed
Report | 3 months ago
Depending on your appetite some of the portions might be to small. Like the steak and eggs is very good but there is only 5 small medallions of steak which leaves you wanting a bit more.
Report | 3 months ago
Yummy lobster Benedict!
Report | 3 months ago
When loud noisy kids are in your restaurant, gently remind them there are others who are there. Experience could have been SO much better.
Report | 3 months ago
Please leave your three," wanna-be-outta there" kids, all under 10 years old.... home. The acoustics in the restaurant were perfect for the echo's of chairs scratching, wails and in-and- out of seat perambulations. I really enjoyed the food and the service. Sadly, the kids were really distracting from an up-scale restaurant. I am certain they were bored and would have been much happier at a kid oriented, happy meal type of place.
Report | 3 months ago
My fish and chips weren't good. The batter on the chips wasn't cooked through, and they serve a ridiculously wasteful amount of chips--roughly a pound on a single plate. My husband was pleased with his salmon.
Report | 3 months ago
Friendly, attentive service. Dinner was delicious!
Report | 3 months ago
large portions
Report | 3 months ago
The food was amazing! The space is just ok but the food, and the staff was excellent!!!
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From Our Editors

At Deleece Restaurant, fillets of caramelized salmon and cuts of heritage Berkshire pork don’t just sit on plates—they transform into edible works of art. The chef drizzles dishes with swirls of pear-ginger sauce, sprinkles microgreens over geometric plates, and coaxes crabmeat into gravity-defying towers. The mastermind behind these globally influenced creations is Chef Ernesto Palaia, who also works to fill meals with organic produce and heirloom varieties. In addition to featuring upscale meats—Indiana duck breast, Amish chicken—Palaia’s menu plumbs the ocean for fresh seafood such as Blue Hill Bay mussels and plump diver scallops, which he prepared for Ben Hollis when the television host visited Deleece for a W.I.L.D. Lakeview feature. Palaia’s contemporary seasonings for these dishes range from lemongrass-chili aioli and lime-agave-nectar yogurt to fig-mostarda sauce.

Despite the sophisticated nature of its culinary offerings, Deleece maintains a down-to-earth atmosphere in its new location next to the Mercury Theater. Owners Lynne Wallack and John Handler preserve the warm, neighborhood feel of their previous location—where they resided for 16 years—with the help of staff members such as Joe, their expert bartender. He and his staff craft specialty drinks ranging from a summery lemon-basil manhattan to a wintery spiced cherry bourbon, which can soothe throats raw from shouting advice at movie characters at the Music Box Theatre a few doors down. Tipplers can also sip more than three dozen wines and beers from Belgium and Ireland or brewed right at home in Illinois and other Midwestern states.

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Chicago Restaurant Guide

Everyone knows that Chicago has outstanding deep dish pizza and hot dogs, but throughout the city, there is a veritable banquet of appealing options that go beyond this traditional Chicago fare. Some of the hottest chefs in the world call this city home and the Chicago restaurants at which they ply their trade are the "it" spots for innovative and cutting edge dining.

With Lake Michigan lapping up against the edge of the city, Chicago's restaurants have access to some of the most delicious freshwater fish in the world. Few restaurants do fresh seafood better than GT Fish & Oyster. Although traditional dishes, including chowder and fish and chips, are on the menu, guests keep returning for the restaurant's more unusual offerings. The brandade croquettes mix freshly caught brandade with just the right amount of herbs and breadcrumbs for a modern take on the fishcake, while the fresh oysters have a delicious homemade sauce drizzled over the top.

For freshly made pie and hamburgers the size of a dinner plate, head over to Grange Hall Burger Bar. More adventurous diners can choose the nine-ounce burgers, while those wanting something lighter might choose the six-ounce. Beef is not the only burger choice, as the restaurant also offers wild rice and veggie burgers and turkey burgers. The pie menu changes every month, and each slice comes with a dollop of homemade ice cream on top.

The Slurping Turtle wants to change the way people think about Asian cuisine. This upscale Chicago restaurant offers unique dishes, including chicken fried in duck fat and a salad topped with delicate pieces of freshly cooked octopus. Those in the mood for something sweet can try the cream puff filled with a rich and tasty coconut cream.

Modern cuisine and French cooking come together at Goosefoot. This restaurant shows how much restaurants in the city have changed in recent years. Every dish on the menu offers a twist on traditional French dishes, such as the lobster and mushroom entree in a curry-infused broth. Eating at this restaurant is a unique experience, as the menu changes with the seasons.

Now is a hot time for dining in Chicago because its chefs are constantly introducing new and innovative dishes. Whether it's dining out for a special occasion or relaxing with friends, there is Chicago food for every situation.

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