Coco Pazzo

Italian
$ $ $ $
300 W Hubbard St (at Franklin St.)
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 836-0900
Tuesday
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 3:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • The mayor recently dined with CNNs Wolf Blitzer, straight from his Situation Room. Generally we know where he likes to sit, owner Jack Weiss says. Its a special table near a window.
  • The gnocci is to die for!
  • The beautiful antipasto table near the entry is a can't-miss. It holds an indulgent display of roasted, marinated asparagus, red onions and bell peppers, plus an array of cured meats, cheeses and oliv
  • Hungry for Wine & Pizza accented with an antipasto. All surrounded by music of Tuscany and friendly staff....you feel like you're at Mamas kitchen in Italy. Try this-you will fall in love or lust. YUM
  • Try the red snapper.
  • Excellent wine list, quiet atmosphere, attention to details
  • Delicious Italian food, loved the squid ink pasta.
  • The soft focaccia and fruity olive oil delivered to your table at this popular River North mainstay are good indicators of whats to come.
  • Great food wonderful service
  • Ambiance and service superb. Food is authentic but on the bland side.
  • Great food and service! Try the lamb.
  • The panna cotta really is as good as they say it is
  • Try the Tagliolini Neri
  • Start with a Neapolitan-style pizza from the wood- burning oven, which pairs nicely with a roasted baby beet salad or perhaps shaved fennel with pomegranate seeds and blood orange segments.
  • Save room for dessert!!!
  • You absolutely have to start with Antipasti Misti for the table... Then order something from "Today's Specials"... and lots of wine!
  • the calamari is FANTASTIC definitely worth trying!
  • Stellar pastas and veal! Great with accommodating serious food allergies and restrictions, too.
  • delicious homemade pasta - try any of them, especially if mushrooms are included. best anti-pasta period.
  • If you havent been here, you must go. An old standby that is not old in any other way. Every time Ive dined here I am impressed with the quality of the food and the attentive service. Bravo!

Nearby places

230 W Kinzie St (at N. Franklin St.)
435 N Clark St (btwn Illinois & Hubbard St)
151 W Randolph St (at LaSalle St)