Even though this restaurant is expensive, the food here is pretty good. Is it my favorite? No. But I would recommend the Chicken or Steak as both shared plates were solid. Also loved the mashed potatoes.
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Wine and cheese, wine and cheese, wine and cheese, oh, you want more, okay. Let's start with great ambiance, add attentive service, delicate calamari, perfectly prepared steak, flaky fish, roasted vegetables, short ribs and mashed potatoes and chicken and burgers. But I digress, I recommend...More
We stopped at this place at the end of our night out because I was on a mission to find a glass of wine. This place hit the jackpot for what I was looking for. My husband also found a tasty drink that he loved...More
The space was more important than i remember. This is my first time since it relocated. It used to be a great experience in a lofty space. Now it is just bar that does flights. Server was ok, just. Drinks were fine. Still a good...More
We went in to BIN36 to kill some time waiting for our daughter to get off work. We ordered the Hummus, the Shrimp Ravioli, and the Mussels. It was all very good ... and a good number of mussels. The service was excellent ... very...More
We went here for lunch on a weekday. We were seated right away. I knew I wanted to order the Brussels sprouts and they did not disappoint! They were delicious. Actually, I wanted to get another order for my main course, but everything else looked...More
if you like to try different wines this is the place. Great flights of wine four glasses at a reasonable price. Food is also way above average.
Really enjoyed a quality cocktail and the brussel sprouts at Bin 36. Great neighborhood in the West Loop.
I ate many times at the old location and this was my first trip to the new location. Very relaxed atmosphere and seemingly more intimate with better service. The menu is a little more confusing but the wine and cheese flights remain the highlight of...More
My wife and I were in Chicago for an Itzhak Perlman Recital at the Lyric Opera House and we stayed in the West Loop (a new experience for us since we usually stay in the central loop). Just a block from our hotel, we decided...More