Hello! My wife and I just moved to Chicago about a month ago. We've already been to some restaurants, but I'm looking for a good place to take my parents to when they visit a couple of weeks from now.
I'm juggling a number of names already. We were in Naha once but didn't have dinner, we just caught up with some friends who dined there to have an after dinner drink, but it seemed like a nice place to eat at. Plus, our friends said only good things about their experience.
Anyway, my parents are really contemporary (I mean they're not traditional nor conservative at all), they're 55 and 50 (so you can get the picture), and we all mainly like unpretentious places, good food, nothing too fancy or classy (at least nothing that falls into snob), and a good environment and ambience (no low conversation, piano or sax music or anything boring).
Another place I'm considering is Takashi.
We've already been to (and liked) Sushi Wabi, Meiji, Le Colonial and Riccardo Trattoria. And my parents have been to Coco Pazzo, Le Colonial, Tru, Gibsons and others in their previous visits to Chicago.
Oh, I almost forgot, money... We're looking for something reasonably priced. Meaning no Charlie Trotter's, Alinea, Tru, Les Nomades, et al. Let's stick to the 50-70$ p/pax (w/out wine) ballpark.
So, it's pretty much the impossible mix, cool/good/price, but I'm sure that Chicago has it and you guys can help me.
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