Route 66 Sign
Attention Route 66 buffs: the Mother Road’s starting point is here. Look for the sign that marks the spot on Adams St’s south side as...
Chicago Architecture Foundation
CAF is the premier keeper of Chicago’s architectural flame. Dip in to check out the galleries in the atrium (behind the shop). The...
Santa Fe Building
The 1904 Santa Fe Building is a terra-cotta beauty where architect Daniel Burnham kept his offices. Enter the lobby and look up at the...
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Riccardo Muti leads the CSO, one of America’s best symphonies, known for fervent subscribers and an untouchable brass section. Cellist...
Across from the Art Institute, this buzzy but conversation-friendly restaurant wafts a meaty menu of crowd-pleasers with an inventive...
65 E Adams St · interesting places nearby
Adjacent to Symphony Center, Rhapsody’s dining room opens to a lovely garden – perfect for regaining your strength after a visit to the Art Institute, or dining early before some Mahler. Menu highlights include the herb-crusted halibut and succulent beef tenderloin, with chocolate tart or a flight of five ice cream flavors for dessert. You can always just pop in for a drink and a snack in the lounge.