Securing a reservation at this glamorous River North restaurant/nightclub can be a challenge. Instead of fighting crowds and spending precious time getting dressed up, order in and enjoy dim sum and then some in the comfort of your sweatpants. Bao Buns, Chinese Five Spice Short Ribs, and Lobster Fried Rice are all taste 10 times better while donning slippers. We’ve done the “difficult” research.
Since 1964, the Rosati family has been serving up slices inspired by their roots in New York City. Now you can get their thin crust pies, pastas, and calzones delivered to your door. If you’re not in the mood for pizza, try the Rosati’s Cheef Sandwich, their take on an Italian beef topped with melted mozzarella. Whatever entree you choose, top it all off with an order of Tiramisu.
Modern Asian cuisine made in Lakeview. That’s what you’ll find at this Japanese-Korean fusion restaurant that makes sustainability a priority. Pay homage to your hometown with the Willis Tower, a shareable appetizer of spicy tuna, crab, avocado, vegetables, and sushi rice, and the Windy City Roll, sushi featuring spicy crab, avocado, cucumber, and four different varieties of fish.
This upscale River North sports bar stays true to the “sports” part of its name even on its delivery menu. The all-star lineup includes a Super Bowl of Nachos (cheddar cheese sauce, avocado, pico de gallo, sour cream, and jalapeno) and a Pigskin Red Pizza (Italian sausage, applewood ham, bacon, prosciutto, and mozzarella). Fuel your fourth quarter with the churro-like Cinnamon Toast Beer Nuggets.
Joe Dela Pena has many titles at Warm Belly. Head Baker. Co-founder. Chief Cookie Officer. He ensures that all of the baked goods that leave the door are devourable and delicious. It’s too tough to choose just one, so we recommend opting for the Warm Belly Bakery Tin which comes stuffed with one of each flavor: Double Chocolate Chip, Hazelnut Chocolate Chip, PB & J, Salted Butterscotch Toffee, S’mores, and Ube.