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Acanto

Italian
$ $ $ $
18 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 578-0763
Monday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • You can enjoy budget-friendly pizzas here, as well as some house made pastas. Try the toothsome duck egg spaghetti with creamy pork sugo and grated caciocavallo cheese, a sinfully rich indulgence.
  • Simply shared, tasty food offerings at a value price and served via a friendly staff. You must try the Risotto; the flavor cooked perfectly. Applause-Applause for this restaurant.
  • Wild boar bolognese and revolution draft, followed by branzino!
  • Mushroom ricotta lasagna! Best lasagna we have tried! Beautiful ambiance, wine list, great service!
  • The strozzapretti is amazing.
  • First time here but I really enjoyed. Owned by Billy Lawless of The Gage but totally different feel.
  • I would recommend the small plate, were very yummy. But all the food looked great to be honest. They have happy hour from 2.30pm too...
  • Nice alternative to Cindy's next door since Cindy's was on a long wait. Pleasantly surprised that the food was quite good.
  • my entree was so-so (linguini with clams) but the bruschetta was amazing!
  • Great atmosphere, friendly service and awesome food! With park just across the street. One of my favs
  • If youre dreaming of warmer weather, enjoy a taste of summer with Acantos Winter Citrus Salad a refreshing combination of pomegranates, hazelnuts, shaved fennel and pecorino.
  • Gniochi is excellent as well as the duck spaghetti! Everything is amazing from the food to the service!
  • Muy bien. Rico, buen lugar para "estar". Totalmente recomendable .
  • Risotto, pizza y tartuffo deli
  • Another really great brunch with creamy polenta topped by slow-roasted pork shoulder topped with an over easy egg. Yum!
  • We went for brunch on Sunday. The brunch special was poached eggs over oven-dried tomatoes & parmesan polenta & it was delicious.
  • Unbelievably pretentious. Seriously overpriced, small and seems more like a Loop businessman's dating spot after work. Thankfully had one drink and moved on.
  • Stone Oven Margherita Pizza (tomato, garlic, mozzarella di bufala, basil)
  • Insalata di Polpetta (veal meatballs, spring greens, truffled vinaigrette)
  • Beef Carpaccio (black truffle aioli, fresh arugula, pickled red onion, carta di musica (sardinian flat bread))

Nearby places

201 E Randolph St (btwn Columbus Dr & Michigan Ave)
18 W Monroe St (btwn S State St & S Dearborn St)
111 S Michigan Ave (btwn Monroe St & Jackson Dr)