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Best Dishes at The Gage
These dishes from the The Gage menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.
Swiss Chard with Garlic
- The private pub is open to the public on Friday nights.
- Sidewalk seating along Michigan Avenue provides a stellar view of Millennium Park 's Crown Fountain.
- Downstairs there's a roomy private party facility featuring a bar and semi-private lounge/dining room with LCD screen and projector.
- It is rumored that back in the space's factory days, renowned Chicago architect Louis Sullivan kept offices somewhere on the premises.
- Valet at University Club on Monroe Street just south of the restaurant for $15 or park in the Grant Park garage.
The Gage is a 3-star rated restaurant located across from Millennium Park in a historically landmarked building built in the late 1800s. The Gage offers upscale, yet casual dining in a vintage atmosphere inspired by the gastropubs of Ireland and England. Time Out has said The Gage's menu "covers every craving" and includes Scotch eggs, fresh seafood, locally made sausages, burgers, steaks, salads and Guinness-battered fish and chips. The Libations list features craft beers, interesting wines and a selection of Irish whiskeys and single malts. Open for dinner at 4 everyday, The Gage is also open for lunch at 11 and brunch Saturday and Sunday at 10. The Gage offers the perfect setting for a casual drink, a business meeting or a formal event--refined rusticity--steps from Millennium