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The Iconic Michigan Avenue Gastropub Proudly Celebrating 10+ Years

The flagship of Gage Hospitality Group, The Gage is known for its rustic, refined fare, and stellar service in a vintage gastropub setting. One of Chicago’s most visited restaurants, The Gage continues to receive acclaim for its outstanding food and beverage programs.

24 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60603 | 312.372.4243 | thegagechicago.com

 

Accolades

2018, 2017 Concierge Preferred Top 5 Favorite Restaurant

2018 Wine Spectator - Best of Award of Excellence, 1 Glass

2018 ThreeBestRated.com - Best American Cuisine, Chicago

2018 Food Network's "America's Best Baker" Contestant - Executive Pastry Chef Kym DeLost

2017, 2016 World of Fine Wine - World's Best Wine Lists, Jury Prize & 3 Stars

2017 Wine Spectator - Best of Award of Excellence, 1 Glass

2017, 2016, 2015 TripAdvisor.com - Certificate of Excellence

2017 OpenTable.com - Diner's Choice Award

2017 Food Network's "Beat Bobby Flay" Contestant - Executive Pastry Chef Kym DeLost

2017 Time Out Chicago - Recommended Award

2014 Time Out Chicago - Eat Out Award

2010 Landmark Commission

Hours

LUNCH
Monday-Friday
11:00am-4:00pm

DINNER
Monday-Thursday
4:00pm-11:00pm

Friday & Saturday
4:00pm-12:00am

Sunday
4:00pm-10:00pm

Bar remains open for at least one hour after the kitchen closes.

BRUNCH
Saturday & Sunday
10:00am-2:30pm

PARKING
Valet parking is available nearby at the University Club of Chicago at 76 East Monroe ($32).

 

Press

 

The Best Gastropubs in Chicago

“Handsome banquettes and columns wrapped in celadon tiles lend a clubby allure, but the space’s buzzy vibe never feels overwhelming. While a bar stretching half the length of the restaurant gets its fair share of happy-hour crowds, the rear dining rooms offer a more relaxed setting.”

— Michelin Guide

World’s Best Bars

“Located across the street from Millennium Park, The Gage is an upmarket gastropub with a superb seasonal menu and drinks program. The décor is low-key but attractive in a faintly 1930s industrial way, the walls lined with green subway tiles and the windows reclaimed from a former factory. There’s a big, booth-lined bar area as well as space for those dining.”

— World’s Best Bars

Where to Eat and Drink Before Hamilton

“Locals swear by the venison burger at this classy gastropub, and some call it one of the best in the city. The bustling restaurant is located right on Michigan Avenue so you’ll have to contend with tourists and the after-work crowd for a seat.”

— Eater

 

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SPACE SEATED/STANDING CAPACITY
Edson Keith Room 40/55
Theodore Ascher Room & Bar 85/150
Full Buyout 220/400