Food - decent not great. Creative and innovative effort with menu, dishes look good, but don't Taste as good as they look. Ambience-energetic, loud.
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Purple Pig is a fun place. You go to eat good tapas, to share your food and to see people and to be seen. During happy-hour time, lots of people go right after work. As the hours advance, around nine and later, it is a...More
An innovative restaurant on Michigan Avenue? This is your spot. It's small, packed and worth it. The patio helps when the weather is nice. How they get this food out of that tiny kitchen (sit at the counter by the kitchen) is amazing.
This restaurant is small but it has an outdoor covered terrace where guest can eat seating up. I know the concept seems weird but the food is so good that you will not even notice. Some must haves are the bone marrow, the octopus, all...More
Lovely food in a rather casual environment. Good old fashioned cuts of meat paired with an exquisite list of wines.
Enjoyed dinner in this busy restaurant, great choices presented very artistically, great friendly service and value would highly recommend
On a business trip in Chicago, my wife and I were looking for a place for lunch, a business acquaintance recommended Th Purple Pig. Upon realizing it was only several blocks from our hotel, we walked. The menu was most impressive, a sort of aggressive...More