French Restaurants in East Chicago, IN

20% Cash Back at Puree's Pizza & Creperie Kafe

Puree's Pizza & Creperie Kafe

Oak Park

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20% Cash Back at Chez Moi

Chez Moi

Lincoln Park

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10% Cash Back at Creperie de Paris

Creperie de Paris

Lincoln Park

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$12 for $20 for Worth of Bistro Food and Wine at the Cellar Door

Cellar Door

Cellar Door

European-style bistro pairs small plates and carefully sourced charcuterie with wines from top vineyards around the world

$20 $12

Contemporary French Food and Drinks, Valid Sunday–Friday or Any Day at Cafe Central (Up to 40% Off)

Cafe Central

Highland Park North

Casual and formal French Bistro with a contemporary menu such as salad niçoise, escargot, and roasted duckling

$40 $25

$7.50 for $15 Worth of Bistro Food and Wine for Lunch at The Cellar Door

The Cellar Door

Cellar Door

European-style bistro pairs small plates and carefully sourced charcuterie with wines from top vineyards around the world

$15 $7.50

$18 for $30 Worth of French Dinner Cuisine for Two or More at Jilly's Cafe

Jilly's Cafe


French cuisine such as duck leg confit with a plum-ginger sauce and steak frites with grilled portobello mushrooms

$30 $18

$15 for $25 Worth of French Cuisine at Creperie Saint Germain

Creperie Saint Germain


Crepes filled with seared salmon, duck confit, Nutella, and caramelized apples

$25 $15

Crepes and Coffee at Creperie de Paris (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Creperie de Paris

Lincoln Park

Chefs straight from France pair sweet and savory crepes with cups of fresh-roasted coffee and fragrant chai

$30 $18

30% Cash Back at Pavilion Restaurant & Lounge- Northbrook

Pavilion Restaurant & Lounge- Northbrook


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10% Cash Back at Paris Bistro

Paris Bistro

Signature Club at Clearwater

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20% Cash Back at Cafe Central

Cafe Central

Highland Park North

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15% Cash Back at L'eiffel Bistrot & Creperie (L'eiffel Bistrot, La Petite Creperie)

L'eiffel Bistrot & Creperie (L'eiffel Bistrot, La Petite Creperie)

L'Eiffel Bistrot & Creperie (L'Eiffel Bistrot, La Petite Creperie)

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5-Course French Prix Fixe Meal at Froggy's French Cafe (28% Off)

Froggy's French Cafe Inc


Dine at a long-running local gem where traditional French food is elevated by chef Thierry Lefeuvre

$137 $99

European and American Cuisine at Pavilion Restaurant & Bar (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Pavilion Restaurant & Bar

Buffalo Grove

Menu includes citrus-glazed salmon, chicken marsala, veggie burgers, and beet salad

$40 $22

$18 for $30 Worth of Modern European and Romanian Food at Little Bucharest Bistro

Little Bucharest Bistro

Northwest Side

Traditional Romanian recipes such as sausage-stuffed chicken thigh and pickled cabbage with crème fraiche get a modern twist

$30 $18

Chef's Five-Course French Seafood Tasting Dinner for Two or Four at Oceanique (Up to 58% Off)



Seasonal fish, organic local produce, sorbet, and pastry praised by Time Out Chicago and the Chicago Reader

$160 $79

Italian Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Monastero's Ristorante & Banquets (50% Off)

Monastero's Ristorante & Banquets

North Park

Executive chef Joe Monastero Jr. makes Italian and Sicilian dishes from scratch using family recipes

$15 $7.50

$10 for $15 Worth of Pizza and Italian Sandwiches at Enzo's Restaurant. Order Online.

Enzo's Restaurant


Casual cuisine including sausages adorned with peppers or gravy, juicy Italian beef sandwiches, and thin-crust and deep-dish pizzas

$15 $10

$13.50 for One Pound of Jumbo Shrimp at Just Shrimp Alsip 

Just Shrimp Alsip


Fresh, wild-caught jumbo shrimp fried in a breading made from organic ingredients, and paired with shrimp sauce in seven flavors

$13.50 $13.50

Italian Sandwiches, Wraps, and Pasta Dishes at Fratello's Cafe & Deli (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Fratello's Deli, Cafe & Import Store

Fratello's Deli, Cafe & Import Store

Restaurant run by brothers uses fresh ingredients for eggplant and mozzarella panini, slow-roasted Italian beef, and buffalo chicken wraps

$35 $25

20% Cash Back at Zodiac Cafe

Zodiac Cafe

Zodiac Cafe & Lounge

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25% Cash Back at Kenootz Pizzeria

Kenootz Pizzeria


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$11 for $20 Worth of Food ($25 if Redeemed Sunday-Thursday) at Al's Char-House

Al's Char-House

La Grange

Diners feast upon juicy steaks and seafood inside a wild west-themed restaurant adorned with old photographs and cowboy memorabilia

$20 $11

$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food and Drinks at Pita Pit - Chicago ($20 Total Value)

Pita Pit - Chicago

Rogers Park

Pitas are stuffed with meat, veggies, and breakfast fixings and topped with sauces

$10 $6

$11 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza

Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza

Multiple Locations

Chef Papandrea crafts gourmet pizzas baked over wood in a stone oven, stuffed breads, and pasta, all complemented by glasses of wine

$20 $11

Italian Food for Two or Four at Leona's Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)


Far South Chicago

Half-pound burgers, Italian dishes, and pizza served in comfortable, family-friendly restaurant

$25 $17

Deep-Dish Pizza with Two or Four Glasses of Wine or Beer at Pizzeria Due (Up to 40% Off)

Pizzeria Due

Pizzaria Due

A flaky crust and tons of molten cheese mark the deep-dish pizzas at this iconic Chicago eatery from the creators of Pizzeria Uno

$32.52 $22

$7.50 for $15 Worth of Pizza and Fresh-Tossed Salads at Connie's Pizza Pronto - Glen Ellyn

Connie's Pizza Pronto - Glen Ellyn

Glen Ellyn

Choose from traditional Connie’s Pizza, create your own wood-fired pizza, or build your own fresh tossed salad

$15 $7.50

$13.50 for One Pound of Jumbo Shrimp at Just Shrimp Restaurant

Just Shrimp Restaurant

Just Shrimp Restaurant

One pound of jumbo shrimp valid for carryout or for dine-in

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  • La Voute Bistro + Bar
    For an entree that scores high on the taste test, try one of the many options available at La Voute in Homewood. La Voute honors a business casual dress code, so formal wear can be left behind. Don't waste time searching for parking, we've done all the work for you. Spaces available here. A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
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    Homewood, IL US
  • Park Hyatt Chicago
    Property Location With a stay at Park Hyatt - Chicago, you'll be centrally located in Chicago, steps from Chicago Water Tower and Loyola University Museum of Art. This 5-star hotel is close to Millennium Park and Art Institute of Chicago. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 198 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and LCD televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets. Windows open to city and lake views. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 46-inch high-definition televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature handheld showerheads and double sinks. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages and body treatments. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a health club, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, babysitting/childcare, and wedding services. Dining Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and limo/town car service. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and extended parking is available onsite.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Table, Donkey and Stick
    Table, Donkey and Stick: A User’s Guide Alpine Comfort Food | Charcuterie | Convivial Atmosphere | Nose to Tail | Small-Production Wines Sample Menu To start: duck-liver mousse and a cheese board with nutty Hubaner and paprika-finished Piper’s Pyramid goat cheese To share: the Swabian pretzel, served with a cauliflower-and-Comté fondue To tuck in: the braised goat Maultaschen, dressed in mother’s milk, celery root, black trumpet mushrooms, and black truffle Where to Sit: Options abound according to mood. Intimate two-tops are tucked into the front of the house, while communal tables are found in back. In fine weather, ask to be seated on the back patio, which gets its warmth from a fire pit and its aromas from the meats marinating in the restaurant’s outdoor smoker. When to Go: On Monday evenings, the restaurant offers a $5 menu alongside its regular menu. The offerings vary but always include a burger special, which is made even better with cheap drinks such as a 99-cent Miller High Life. While You’re Waiting Grab a drink at the bar, where knowledgeable bartenders can tell you all about the ingredients in cocktails with names such as Good, Better, Besk and Judy Garland. If it’s crowded, step across the street to Katherine Anne Confections and sample caramel-stout truffles to whet your palate. Inside Tips Don’t skip the charcuterie. All of the meat is cured in-house, and the restaurant strives to use the whole animal whenever possible. Plus, it comes with delicious breads also made onsite. What’s up with that name? Behind the bar you’ll see a copy of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale that inspired the unusual moniker. Ask one of the bartenders for the condensed version. Vocab Lesson Speck: cured pork leg seasoned with juniper, laurel, and rosemary Sweetbreads: mellow-tasting, smooth-textured morsels taken from a lamb or calf’s thymus gland or pancreas While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Take a pleasant stroll along The 606, Chicago’s answer to New York’s High Line, and exit at California Avenue. Table, Donkey and Stick is a mere three blocks away. After: Skip the pricey dessert menu and hit up Tastee-Freez for some dip cones or malteds. | 2815 W. Armitage Avenue
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Les Nomades
    Les Nomades: A User's Guide French Cuisine | Gold Coast | Jacket Required | Highbrow Hangout Sample Menu First course: assorted house-prepared pâtés Second course: warm lobster-and-shrimp salad with pickled mango Main course: roasted duck breast and confit duck leg in green-peppercorn sauce Dessert: Grand Marnier soufflé Where to Sit: If it's chilly and you have your pick, ask for a spot by one of the wood-burning fireplaces. When to Go: For a lighter (or simply less pricey) dinner, stop by before 5:30 p.m. to sample from the three-course pretheater menu. While You're Waiting Pretend it's 1978—when Les Nomades was an invitation-only private club—and that your tablemates are the people you have to impress to gain entry. Expand your intellectual horizons by eavesdropping on nearby conversations—the restaurant's celebrity visitors have included "more Nobel laureates than rock stars," owner Mary Beth Liccioni told the Chicago Tribune. Vocab Lesson Confit: a dish made by salt-curing meat (frequently duck) before cooking and storing it in its own rendered fat. Sweetbreads: these mellow-tasting, smooth-textured morsels don't come from the bakery. Rather, they're harvested from the thymus gland or pancreas of a calf or lamb. While You're in the Neighborhood Before: See what's on the calendar at the Alliance Française de Chicago (810 N. Dearborn Street)—Francophilic fun often includes film screenings, cooking classes, and lectures on literature, wine, and fashion. After: Remain in the lap of luxury by sipping a nightcap at The Bar at The Peninsula (108 E. Superior Street), where a cozy fireplace helps illuminate chic, art nouveau–inspired decor.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Geja's Cafe
    Imagine: it's a wintry night in Lincoln Park. You're crossing the bridge over South Pond, the downtown skyline shimmering to your left, the zoo's holiday lights twinkling to your right. It's undoubtedly romantic, but, in true Chicago fashion, it's also really cold. Luckily, just beyond the groves of snow-laden trees, lies Geja's Cafe, a cozy fondue spot perpetually adored as one of Chicago's most romantic restaurants. Looking back on Geja's nearly 50-year history, there is perhaps one story that crystallizes this reputation better than most. Owner John Davis once told the Chicago Tribune about a couple from Minnesota who traveled to Geja's for their first date, their engagement, their rehearsal dinner, and to celebrate the birth of their first baby. Small children aren't permitted inside because of the hot fondue pots so they jokingly asked if they could leave their baby at the coat check. The new mother working the counter happily obliged. This anecdote lays out the qualities that have helped Geja's endure for a half-century as one of the city's most beloved dining institutions. Here's a closer look at those characteristics, starting, of course, with the ambience. It's romantic. Geja's has an entire page on its website devoted to couples who have gotten engaged there. Proposers can call ahead to have management help with arrangements, or they can just let the low lighting, flickering candles, and curtained-off tables set the scene. It's experiential. Geja's three-course fondue dinners make for an incredibly memorable meal. Servers fire up a cast-iron pot for each stage, first with brandy-spiked gruyere for dipping fruits and breads, then with soybean oil for cooking veggies and a choice of meats, and lastly with flaming chocolate for torching marshmallows and embarrassing diary entries. It's accommodating. "You get a feel of serenity when you walk in," Janice Koch, longtime neighbor of the restaurant once told the Tribune. "You're not rushed or pushed. It's all just... consistent." Guests are free to navigate meals at their own pace, also taking time to enjoy the extensive wine list (which includes three private-label varietals) and live flamenco guitar.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Le Colonial
    Le Colonial: A User’s Guide Vietnamese-French Fusion | Romantic | Special Occasion | Press Praise Sample Menu Chao tom: grilled shrimp that are wrapped around sugar cane and served on a bed of angel-hair noodles, mint, cilantro, and lettuce with a peanut-and-plum dipping sauce Ca chien saigon: seared whole red snapper in a spicy-sour sauce Sup do bien: Vietnamese bouillabaisse in a saffron-and-lemongrass broth Raves “Le Colonial transports guests to another time and place, vividly recapturing the beauty, romance and spirit of 1920's French-Colonial Southeast Asia.” — Check, Please! "Bold flavors, an abundance of fresh ingredients and a touch of spice.” — Chicago Tribune “As for the food, it’s as impressive as the ambiance.” — Windy City Times Where to Sit: The whole restaurant is an oasis, but the second floor open balcony looks out over Rush Street, making it the perfect spot to dine al fresco, but without the noise or interruption of people passing by on the sidewalk. Inside Tips The main courses are large, so if you aren’t especially hungry, you can split an appetizer and an entree and still feel full. The menu is in Vietnamese, but don’t worry about pronouncing a dish wrongly. Every item is numbered, and that’s how the wait staff refer to them as well. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Have a drink at Le Bar in the Sofitel (20 E. Chestnut Street). The craft cocktails pair well with the floor-to-ceiling windows and people watching. After: If you are too full for dessert right away, turn the corner and browse the Sprinkles Cupcake ATM (50 E. Walton Street) to find a portable treat for later.
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    Chicago, IL US