State and Lake Chicago Tavern
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Great a Happy Hour. Food is very good and friendly staff.
We made a reservation before a show at the Chicago Theatre. We grabbed a nice table in the sun by the window. We were greeted promptly by the friendly hostess and our waiter came quickly. He could have been friendlier but that is just personality. Draft beer was good. We each had the hamburger. Good food. Hefty prices...but you expect that downtown.
Very slow service, order came out incorrect. Terrible experience.
Had a great family meal with kids and grandkids. Will definitely be back!
We got seated right away with our reservation. Our waitress was amazing. Extremely attentive and was on point from the beginning to the end. We weren’t her only table, but she made us feel as if we were
Very good food. The 72 hr short rib steak was absolutely delicious. The polenta was glue-ey though. The mussels were very good, however, I think it was overkill on the garlic in the broth. We were given little flat plates to eat the mussels on, which are in a broth, so it was like eating soup on a plate. But overall, I enjoyed the meal.
Food awesome. Ambiance awesome. Service was weak for the price. Overpriced
We enjoyed our food with a friendly waiter
great convenient location for my friend’s birthday lunch
We ate before a concert at the Chicago Theater.
We really enjoyed the friendly staff, quick service and convenience to the theater district and trains.
Juan was very attentive and a great server. Overall positive experience. As a frequent “breakfast meeting guy”, I will be back.
Both our meals were over cooked. The pasta was dried out as if it was from night before. The snitzle was like leather. Plating was basic and haphazard.
Love coming here before seeing a concert at the Chicago theater!
Our server Aileen was great! Super sweet and gave us the right amount of attention. Food and drink were excellent and the ambiance was perfect!
Close to Chicago Theatre.
Great food and great service. Our server was right on top of things, even though she was very busy. We will definitely go there again on our next trip to Chicago.
Good spot centrally located for a lunch meeting. Food was great and variety on the menu. I wouldn't describe this as a 'must-eat' type place for Chicago but it was good for a hotel restaurant.
Took over 35 minutes for the kids dishes to come out.
Two of our 4 meals were frozen.
We did get the meal covered, but I won't be going back.
Waste of time and money
Went here for breakfast Sunday morning before a show at the Chicago Theater. Had our 4 and 7 year olds with us. Great service - all of the staff were very nice and good with the kids. Food was pretty good. I rated 4 stars because we did not get anything fancy - eggs, bacon, toast, etc. Would definitely go back.
Took the family out before a show. Had the roast Amish chicken and the presentation was ridiculous. “Mustard greens” was a Dijon mustard sauce on the bottom, a haphazard cut green pepper sautéed and mixed with mixed greens. Chicken was fair, but the rest of the plate was inedible. Service was quite slow, though finally picked up toward the end. This place is certainly resting on happy hour and a captive audience in the attached hotel.
Menu was a bit limited. Server was very good. Reservation was honored on time.
Food was great. Thought the portion of avocado was very small for the price.
Very nice place, good service and the food was quite good. It was a little pricey but we were out for a nice dinner in the city and enjoyed the experience.
Four of us had eggs Benedict. Great brunch where loved them. One suggestion... All the yolks were hard. If you prefer runny you might want to ask for it. The taste was great. I also suggest the ovicado toast.
Great place to grab a bite and we’ll crafted cocktails before seeing a show! I’ll be back.