Allium Restaurant and Bar at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago

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120 E Delaware Pl (at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago)
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 799-4900
New American, American
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 6:30 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • ABSOLUTELY get the brussel sprouts and sausage.
  • Try the "Basil Smash" (and thank Steve for creating it)
  • Small bites like crab fritters and duck liver offer a great snack, while lion's-paw scallops, game-bird sausage and double-cut lamb chops hit it out of the park.
  • Best Hot Dog ever! Thank you Chef Hickey! ! !
  • Their cinnamon bun and miso butterscotch milk shake are AMAZING. Perfect for sweet tooth
  • Don't miss Kevin Hickeys Chicago-style hot dog and lush onion tarte Tatin:
  • The Allium Bar offers the best of a classic bar with a contemporary flair. The Manhattan is hard to beat there. Try the Lavage if you're looking for a light snack.
  • The Grilled "Cheese n' Ham" is an expensive option at $17, but it's worth it. House made ham is paired with Prairie Breeze cheese and Miche bread, and served with fresh-cut fries.
  • Deviled eggs are a must have!
  • The all you can eat fried chicken 3 course meal with home made peach cobbler is to die for! Literally have my grandma a run for her money!
  • Skirt steak + Stag's Leap Iconoclast Cabernet Sauvignon = a beautiful pairing
  • If you're looking for a highbrow milkshake, order the miso butterscotch ($5). Anchored by Homers vanilla ice cream and swirled with a rich butterscotch sauce that contains actual miso paste.
  • Too many good things to try in one sitting. Arrive famished for best results.
  • Amazing Sunday brunch!! Treat ur self to heaven.
  • The hot dog is a must, but don't overlook the burger! We LOVE Allium!
  • Amazing atmosphere. Great service. The gnocchi is to die for.
  • #Allium at the #FourSeasons in #Chicago has the best #Manhattan!
  • A large milk shake is the only socially acceptable way of ordering 8 scoops of ice cream in public.
  • Thank you to the staff at Allium for your service this Christmas holiday! It was very enjoyable!
  • The $16 hot dog on the lunch menu is an elevated Chicago-style beef sausage with "homemade everything." It's not a replacement for your favorite hot dog joint, just a bourgeois take worth a try.