North Pond

Row 1

2610 N Cannon Dr
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 477-5845
New American, American
$ $ $ $
Tue–Sat: 5:30 PM–9:00 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–1:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Nature in the city! "Sherman cultivates close relationships with local farmers...(dishes) which change according to what's fresh, delicious and in season." -BlackBook on TripExpert
  • Go here for Sunday Brunch. The 3-course Prix Fix is a good deal and you can hardly go wrong with any seafood choices here.
  • Best brunch I have ever had!
  • A five-course seasonal tasting menu is offered for $85.
  • Really good and full filling tasting menu. Good food for the price!!!
  • Fantastic tasting menu, which frequently changes. Went around 6 on a Thursday and it was full of blue hairs, so you know its good. Pretty scenery in the summer
  • Between the view, upscale dining, amazing menus & great service-this is an offering to experience. The view accents your meal. When you leave, you have a memory to smile about. "Now that was special!"
  • Food is decent. Michelin worthy? Not too sure about it. For what its worth, brunch is $37 pp so its not too bad. Wish the portion is smaller though.
  • North Pond was nominated for Outstanding Service 2017 James Beard Award.
  • Nestled between the lake and Lincoln Park, North Pond provides a sanctuary for city dwellers inside a unique setting where guests dine on upscale cuisine.
  • This beautiful, middle-of-Lincoln-Park oasis has such a superb location and so cool an interior, I sometimes forget how good Bruce Shermans food is.
  • Take in the gorgeous views of the skyline while enjoying a seasonal and locally-sourced three-course prix fixe menu. For $35 per person, its one of best and most overlooked brunch deals in town.
  • The view at North Pond is the best way to wind down during sunsets. Breathtaking. Also, if you like turtles, this is the place to be.
  • Chateau Gassier Le Pas du Moines 2015 ($16). Fruit-think natural, watermelon candy, but with a hint of white pepper mineral on your tongue, says manager Natalie Labun.
  • The food is locally sourced and always seasonal which makes for some interesting dishes.
  • The food was excellent at every course! Ambience was lovely, and the service was first rate.. I highly recommend this restaurant!
  • Phenomenal restaurant for any special occasion. One of the best places in Chicago. Be sure to get a table in the front room overlooking the pond.
  • This place is beefy elegant. The sound is low and the service is non intrusive. The food is great but the wine is better
  • The philosophy here is that farm-to-table dishes just taste better than others. Chef Bruce Sherman supports local farmers and artisans by highlighting recently harvested products.
  • North Pond Cafe opened in 1998, serving low-country cuisine such as rabbit and grits. Now it is wildly successful and serves an appetizer-entree format or an elegant chef-driven fixed tasting menu.