Travelle

Row 1

Details
330 N Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 923-7705
Lounge, Seafood
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 6:30 AM–Midnight Sat: 7:00 AM–2:00 AM Sun: 7:00 AM–Midnight

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Foursquare Tips

  • If having brunch, order the signature Travelle Benedict for a delicious combo of eggs Benedict, lobster, spinach, and potatoes!
  • Eric and James are true gentlemen -- the bar staff here is unparalleled. Come in on Thursday nights for a signature cocktail and to listen to the live lounge act! They take requests!
  • The flatbread is excellent, and the cheese plate comes with an impressive array of accompaniments.
  • We were here for the Christmas dinner, which was lovely. Good bartenders, excellent steak, and an incredible beet salad. Perfect portion sizes.
  • Actually amazing. The trout was phenomenal
  • Sexy and if you don't want to go home you can always get room. The staff is the most gracious
  • Dessert and soup are amazing!
  • Try things off their rotating menu. I was a big fan of the ribeye!
  • Chilled olive oil never tasted so good...
  • The bacon and the steak was delicious. Don't forget to try their apple ginger juice.
  • The much-publicized seacuterie is beautiful, presented on a board with mustard seeds, charred bread and pickled vegetables.
  • There's a breakfast menu of considerable ambition, offering a half-dozen eggs Benedict variations with Burgundian, Moroccan and even Norwegian influences.
  • Chef Tim Graham, formerly of Tru and opening chef at Paris Club, presides over a seafood-focused menu that makes much use of Middle Eastern spices.
  • On Fridays or Saturdays there is live entertainment
  • Seems that brunch is the thing here vs. dinner. Gnocchi was excellent as were the scallops. Nigerian shrimp were large but didn't taste like anything special.
  • Kickass bar with amazing restaurant attached. Food and bev are great.
  • 2nd floor bar has low-key Euro feel
  • The restaurant at the Langham serves seasonal ice cream treats--and youre lucky its June. The Spring Verrine has blackberry sorbet & lemon-black-pepper ice cream; topped with toasted meringue.
  • be warned, the riverfront views are for the bar area only
  • Nothing was truly exceptional, but I can recommend the tenderloin starter.