Fleming's Prime Steakhouse - Chicago - Chicago
Situated on the same block as trendy hotel properties Freehand Chicago and Acme, the Chicago outpost for Fleming's attracts mostly area business types and tourists. It's in the bustling, restaurant-focused River North, which boasts restaurants and cocktail bars on almost every block in the neighborhood.
Steaks are aged a minimum of 21 days, seasoned with kosher salt and black pepper, then broiled at 1600⁰ and finished with butter and fresh parsley. Choices range from a 14-ounce prime New York strip to a 16-ounce prime dry-aged ribeye.
Signature non-steak dishes include truffle-poached lobster, miso-glazed Chilean sea bass and cold water king crab legs. Fleming's is known for its list of 100 wines by the glass, including 30 local selections by the resident wine manager.
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