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TRU, Chicago

TRU - Chicago, Illinois
TRU
676 North St. Clair Street, Chicago, IL 60611Map
+1 312 202 0001
Neighborhood: Near North Side/ River North
Cuisine: French
Overview

TRU showcases the talents of renowned chef, Rick Tramonto, and the legendary desserts of Gale Gand. Arrive for your reservations early so you can indulge in some lovely champagne-by-the-glass at the bar. Jackets are required, but do not worry about any snob factor; just sit back and enjoy an evening of luxurious, detail-oriented, classy dining. The restaurant offers three innovative prix-fixe meals, but you are free to add or subtract accordingly. Menus include such delicacies as Fish Tartar, Caviar, Soft-Shell Crab, Black-Truffle Risotto, Braised Oxtail, Rack of Lamb and Dessert Souffles. Ask the sommeliers for the perfect drink to accompany your meal.

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By lucktull | Posted 09/27/10
  TRU is AMAZING! From the contemporary dining room, to the amazing staff, to the food, dining at TRU is an experience. This is an expensive meal which foodies will savor and remember. The staff is knowledgeable and approachable -- contrasted with the staff at Charlie Trotter's which are stuffy and pretentious. Each dish at TRU is a little piece of delicious art. Desert is killer and the staff will bring many little bites in addition to what you order. The entire experience at TRU is amazing; it is the perfect place to celebrate something special. Be prepared to spend $150 to $300 per person....   Read More
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Restaurant General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Thursday from 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM, Friday to Saturday from 05:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • Feature: Trendy
  • Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex, discover, diners
  • Nearest Train: Chicago-Red; Grand-Red
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3 rd most recommended restaurant in Chicago, IL
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