Henri

Row 1

Details
18 S Michigan Ave (at E. Madison St.)
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 578-0763
French
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM Fri: 11:00 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Thought youd want to know: Henri has been nominated for Best New Beverage Program, Dirk Flanigan has been nominated for Chef of the Year and more in Time Out Chicagos 2011 Eat Out Awards. Vote now!
  • With a focus on French-American cuisine & a notably elegant atmosphere, diners can pamper their palates & feast their eyes on fancy offerings like rabbit consomm with rabbit agnolotti.
  • This is the place to splurge in a quiet and dignified atmosphere.
  • After leaving for a brief two-month stint, Clint Rogers has returned to Henri. The drink program, features a mix of signature craft cocktails, beer and extensive list of spirits.
  • Must-try cocktail: Henri Presse. "The classic sidecar subs Pineau des Charentes for cognacwith an unexpected wash of Old Overholt rye."
  • The chocolate tart is a marvel: It's made with Valrhona 70% cocoa dark chocolate ganache in a pastry crust layered with caramel.
  • The RT sparkler is an amazing cocktail worth trying. Impressive
  • Excellent bouillabaisse
  • They have the best cocktails! Try any one of them.
  • See how Henri chef Dirk Flanigan did taking on sugarcane in the Key Ingredient challenge. Story and video at http://chicagoreader.com/x/4713450
  • One of the few places left that still value good ol' fashioned whitecloth table service. Treat yourself to classic dishes like rabbit consomme, steak tartare, and foie gras.
  • Homaro Cantu, chef of iNG, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Bouillabaisse.
  • The second restaurant from the Gage team is as opulent as weve seen in some time, a place where everything, from the huge crystal chandeliers to the gracious service, has been polished to perfection.
  • The food is traditional and delicious (but not particularly challenging), the drinks are strong, the wine list is long and, best of all, the restaurant is incredibly quiet and decorous.
  • Food was great!! Service was gracious but a little slow.
  • via @CrainsChicago Come mid June 2014, Billy Lawless will bid adieu to his French restaurant, Henri. In July, Mr. Lawless will open 10/6, a new Italian spot in the same location at 18 S. Michigan.
  • This place is fabulous.
  • Great food and very friendly people!!
  • The food is delicious, the decor is impeccable and the service unbeatable!
  • Lovely place - delightful cocktails ( that's the Henri Presse and Dutch Bloom in the pic) , relaxing atmosphere, and scrumptious food.