New American, American, French
$ $ $
1417 W Fullerton Ave (btwn Southport & Janssen)
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 348-0706
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
10:30am - 2:30pm



  • After a much needed shake-up, the green eatery's emphasis is on prix-fixe, French-American-based items. Plus, with Season 3 Top Chef finalist Dave Levitski at the helm, you just can't go wrong.
  • That was the best corn ice cream I ever had! Yum!
  • Former 'Top Chef' contestant Dale Levitski hits all the right notes at this Lincoln Park French-American hotspot. Latest addition: a 'No Kids Brunch', for sipping mimosas and freely dropping f-bombs.
  • The summery truffle shandy is made up of vodka, hard cider and truffle honey syrup, finished by a zillion lemon slices floating in the glass like little rays of sunshine.
  • In the short rib "eggs Benedict", fried green tomatoes stand in for English muffins, thick drizzles of red-wine reduction steal the show from hollandaise and short ribs are fall-apart rich.
  • With Top Chef expectations preceding him, one might guess that Dale Levitski would put out safe food. Instead, a salad has shaved licorice; a cheese course arrives as a grilled cheese with apples.
  • Check in and get free champagne... Amazing!
  • I just had the best french toast of my life. Try it now!
  • Food is a fantastic flight. Service could be a bit more prompt
  • Definitely go with the prix fixe over a la carte - this place is all around amazing!
  • What I like about this place is you don't know what to expect after you order. There's hints of what's coming, bit the anticipation adds to the experience. BTW, the Short Rib is excellent here.
  • run, don't walk to this great restaurant.
  • Check out Sprout Restaurant - Closed as seen on Top Chef
  • Check out Sprout Restaurant - Closed as seen on Top Chef
  • This restaurant is amazing. Best tasting menu with wine parings that I have ever had. Wonderful service by John R.
  • I'm loving the flavor profiles here! Had the trout for appetizer, monkfish for main and butternut for dessert. Everything tasted very light, fresh and satisfying. A must visit at Chicago!
  • I like indulging at top chef spots. Went with the tasting menu and wine pairing. Nice wine selection! Overall the food was very good. A few dishes could have been a little more cohesive though.
  • You have to taste the sweet-corn-and-truffle brioche bread pudding. High-concept cocktails and intelligently selected wines. Eight-course tasting menu $85 and a full a la carte service.
  • Excellent Sunday brunch. Chef Jeff Sills is a culinary craftsman. We particularly enjoyed the Truffle Shandy and rabbit waffles.
  • Wow. The Apple Crepes are divine!