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Nomi, Naha, Sprout or ?

ChemWork | Nov 8, 201109:21 AM

Hello Chicago Chowhounds:

Thanks for all of the thoughtful posts, especially from the frequent contributors. I'm trying to find a fourth restaurant for a trip in December. I will be dining at Mundial Cocina Mestiza, Piccolo Sogno, and Everest. I'm looking for another restaurant with different cuisine. I'm interested in higher end places with bold/interesting flavor combinations that are somewhat quiet (I like to read a book between courses). I have previously dined at Alinea and Avenues and Tru (all phenomenal), Les Nomades (very good), Mexique and Frontera (both excellent), Cafe Spiaggia (also excellent), Spring (excellent), Avec (very good, but too loud), Keefers and David Burke (both excellent, but I'm not interested in steak this time), Shaw's and Hugo's (both very good, but too loud), Sable (excellent, but not the atmosphere I'm interested in this time). I'm leaning towards Naha. I haven't seen much on this board about Nomi since it re-opened. The restaurant should be close to public transportation (I'm staying in Streeterville). Thanks for all of your help.

1723 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614

Mundial Cocina Mestiza
1640 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608

Avec Restaurant
615 W Randolph St Ste A, Chicago, IL 60661

Cafe Spiaggia
980 North Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

1529 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

Les Nomades
222 E Ontario, Chicago, IL 60611

Piccolo Sogno
464 N Halsted, Chicago, IL 60622

500 North Clark St., Chicago, IL 60610

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