Below is a list of some great places to eat during your stay in Chicago. We also encourage you to explore the vast dining options available on your own, as these are only a few of the numerous restaurants, diners, and shops in the area.

Breakfast Options

Oak Tree Restaurant and Bakery

(Located in 900 N Michigan Avenue Shops)

This Magnificent Mile restaurant & bakery serves breakfast all day plus sandwiches & salads.

The Original Pancake House

(22 E Bellevue Place)

Diner serving signature pancakes & other American breakfast classics all day.

Dollop Coffee Co.

(860 N Dewitt Place)

Cozy outpost serving specialty coffees & teas, & locally sourced baked goods.

Einstein Bros. Bagel Company

(109 E Pearson Street)

Counter-service chain offering egg sandwiches, soups, salads, baked goods & a variety of bagels.


(111 E Chestnut Street)

Coffeehouse known for signature roasts and light bites.

Quick Bites

Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch

(Located in Water Tower Place)

Sports bar paying homage to the Chicago Cubs and legendary sportscaster.

The Little Beet Table

(845 N State Street)

Gluten-free American fare, cocktails & juices in an airy, industrial setting with a small bar.

Downtown Dogs

(804 N Rush Street)

All kinds of hot dogs plus burgers, Tex-Mex eats & many sides in a no-frills counter-service locale.

Mister J’s

(822 N State Street)

Counter-serve landmark specializing in Chicago-style hot dogs, burgers & Italian beef sandwiches.

Flaco’s Tacos

(46 E Chicago Avenue)

Tacos, flautas, quesadillas & more fuel diners at the River North outpost of a local Mexican chain.

Eateries at 900N & Water Tower Place

(900 N Shops & Water Tower Place)

These shopping centers offer many quick and affordable lunch and snack options.

Restaurants & Fine Dining


(Located in Four Seasons Hotel)

American fare made with locally sourced ingredients in a richly decorated space.

Ditka’s Restaurant

(100 E Chestnut Street)

Gluten-free American fare, cocktails & juices in an airy, industrial setting with a small bar.

Osteria del Pastaio

(111 E Chestnut Street)

Chic, traditional Italian restaurant with a focus on homemade pastas & wines in an intimate place.

Giordano’s Pizza

(730 N Rush Street)

Chicago restaurant chain known for deep-dish pizza and classic Italian food.

Signature Room at the 95th

(875 N Michigan Avenue)

Upscale spot high atop the John Hancock building with fantastic views and fare.

Local Map

Below, you’ll find a small map of the area surrounding Fourth Presbyterian Church. Here, you’ll find a few of our suggested dining options, the location of some local parking garages, and some of the other attractions the area has to offer. Click here for more detailed information addresses about these dining options.

Fourth Presbyterian is located in the heart of one of the city’s largest and busiest marketplaces, so please feel free to explore the area, ask locals, or your concierge for additional options.