TESTIMONIALS

  • "#DELICIOUS. Ambiance:GREAT!Food:GREATServiceGREAT!

    Delicious Food. It's The Perfect Sports Bar Without All The Unhealthy Junk(chicken wings,ect.) I Would Recommend The Havarti Mac-N-Cheese.TO DIE FOR. I Also Recommend The Kale Salad. AWESOME. I Would Recommend This Restaurant Any Day!"
    "#DELICIOUS. Ambiance:GREAT!Food:GREATServiceGREAT!

    Delicious Food. It's The Perfect Sports Bar Without All The Unhealthy Junk(chicken wings,ect.) I Would Recommend The Havarti Mac-N-Cheese.TO DIE FOR. I Also Recommend The Kale Salad. AWESOME. I Would Recommend This Restaurant Any Day!"

    Nicole K.

  • "This was my first, but not my last time to go to Reverie Chicago. I had their new Butterfish with maple compound butter, farro salad, cranberries, curry dressing, jalapeño sweet potato purée, and purple ninja radishes. It was a party in my mouth, and Executive Chef Brett is amazing!! Fox 32's Lou Canellis, who's a partner in Reverie, was in the house and took time to stop by our table and couldn't have been more welcoming. I'd most definitely recommend this place to anyone."
    "This was my first, but not my last time to go to Reverie Chicago. I had their new Butterfish with maple compound butter, farro salad, cranberries, curry dressing, jalapeño sweet potato purée, and purple ninja radishes. It was a party in my mouth, and Executive Chef Brett is amazing!! Fox 32's Lou Canellis, who's a partner in Reverie, was in the house and took time to stop by our table and couldn't have been more welcoming. I'd most definitely recommend this place to anyone."

    Donna W.

  • "My absolute favorite menu in Chicago.

    I'm not in love with the design of the dining room; I think it had a lot of potential and there simply was not enough thought put into it. The hostesses were polite, welcome and accommodating. Our server was fine; both the manager and one of the partners stopped by our table to chat, which is always appreciated.

    The reason is place deserves five stars is because of its immaculate menu. The food and drinks are simply outstanding.

    It was a special night at Reverie, so we began with a complimentary plate of appetizers. The chicken wings were scary large, tender and juicy. Although I typically wouldn't order these, if you're craving wings, these will definitely hit the spot. The sushi roll - Brass Monkey - was also very good. It reminded me of a roll at Union down the street, as it was super Americanized and some rolls come with black rice. Like the wings, I probably wouldn't come here for the sushi, but if I was craving it, I'd for sure order it. The two mini, crisp flatbreads (I believe one was the Carrot "Tartare") were certainly unique and fun.

    We also ordered the Spinach and Artichoke Trip (delightful, comes prepared in a funny looking cube of bread that falls apart, revealing the dip inside) and harvati crusted mac and cheese (I was't feeling anything heavy like this dish, but my girlfriends raved about it). The Ahi Tuna "Pokstada" was an awesome concept, as its sits on a bed of crispy seaweed "tostada," but the tuna itself didn't taste as fresh as I'd hoped (places like Blackfinn and Gyu Kaku have blown me away). I'm going to give in another try next time. I have faith!

    My vegetarian friend ordered the side of vegetables. She couldn't bite through the asparagus (sad), but enjoyed the rest.

    The real star of the night was the crispy brussel sprout and kale salad. Oh. My. God. Before Reverie, Sunda's brussel sprout salad was at the top of my list. Reverie's take on it completely blows Sunda away. I can't even put the experience of eating this dish into words, as my foodie vocabulary isn't very developed, but just trust me, you have to order this dish.

    "The Flowers" cocktail was also outstanding, and the Derby Dream and Dream of Genie (a new take on a Manhattan) were great. Bravo, Benjamin.

    Now all I need is for Chef Aglibot to offer oyster shooters."
    "My absolute favorite menu in Chicago.

    I'm not in love with the design of the dining room; I think it had a lot of potential and there simply was not enough thought put into it. The hostesses were polite, welcome and accommodating. Our server was fine; both the manager and one of the partners stopped by our table to chat, which is always appreciated.

    The reason is place deserves five stars is because of its immaculate menu. The food and drinks are simply outstanding.

    It was a special night at Reverie, so we began with a complimentary plate of appetizers. The chicken wings were scary large, tender and juicy. Although I typically wouldn't order these, if you're craving wings, these will definitely hit the spot. The sushi roll - Brass Monkey - was also very good. It reminded me of a roll at Union down the street, as it was super Americanized and some rolls come with black rice. Like the wings, I probably wouldn't come here for the sushi, but if I was craving it, I'd for sure order it. The two mini, crisp flatbreads (I believe one was the Carrot "Tartare") were certainly unique and fun.

    We also ordered the Spinach and Artichoke Trip (delightful, comes prepared in a funny looking cube of bread that falls apart, revealing the dip inside) and harvati crusted mac and cheese (I was't feeling anything heavy like this dish, but my girlfriends raved about it). The Ahi Tuna "Pokstada" was an awesome concept, as its sits on a bed of crispy seaweed "tostada," but the tuna itself didn't taste as fresh as I'd hoped (places like Blackfinn and Gyu Kaku have blown me away). I'm going to give in another try next time. I have faith!

    My vegetarian friend ordered the side of vegetables. She couldn't bite through the asparagus (sad), but enjoyed the rest.

    The real star of the night was the crispy brussel sprout and kale salad. Oh. My. God. Before Reverie, Sunda's brussel sprout salad was at the top of my list. Reverie's take on it completely blows Sunda away. I can't even put the experience of eating this dish into words, as my foodie vocabulary isn't very developed, but just trust me, you have to order this dish.

    "The Flowers" cocktail was also outstanding, and the Derby Dream and Dream of Genie (a new take on a Manhattan) were great. Bravo, Benjamin.

    Now all I need is for Chef Aglibot to offer oyster shooters."

    Laura C.

  • "Wow this is a fantastic place for food, drinks and watching the pretty people.

    The service was fantastic for the 6 of us tonight. We came to celebrate the life and passing of my mother in law. This was a perfect place. The food was outstanding. Brussel sprouts and Kale salad was to die for (you have to have the dressing). the wings were killer. My lips were slightly on fire, but a nice heat. The California roll and the tempura shrimp roll were out of bounds. Huge flavor an d the portion size was worth the price. We had to order a second California roll.

    My grandson had the skirt steak. I had a few pieces which were perfectly medium rare. We wanted to order more but were full so decided to come back again to explore the other menu items. The only disappointment was the baby back ribs that were tender but had no flavor other than the sauce that was atop the bones.

    The mgmt were nice enough to comp the ribs after letting them know. This is a sign of a fabulous team that understands customer service!

    The smore empanada was the bomb!! OMG!! the chocolate and the sweet marshmallow filling were unbelievable. I would have had more if I could have eaten more.

    You gotta try this place."
    "Wow this is a fantastic place for food, drinks and watching the pretty people.

    The service was fantastic for the 6 of us tonight. We came to celebrate the life and passing of my mother in law. This was a perfect place. The food was outstanding. Brussel sprouts and Kale salad was to die for (you have to have the dressing). the wings were killer. My lips were slightly on fire, but a nice heat. The California roll and the tempura shrimp roll were out of bounds. Huge flavor an d the portion size was worth the price. We had to order a second California roll.

    My grandson had the skirt steak. I had a few pieces which were perfectly medium rare. We wanted to order more but were full so decided to come back again to explore the other menu items. The only disappointment was the baby back ribs that were tender but had no flavor other than the sauce that was atop the bones.

    The mgmt were nice enough to comp the ribs after letting them know. This is a sign of a fabulous team that understands customer service!

    The smore empanada was the bomb!! OMG!! the chocolate and the sweet marshmallow filling were unbelievable. I would have had more if I could have eaten more.

    You gotta try this place."

    Frank T.

  • "Jean...Claude...Van Dayyyyyuuuumm this place is good! Their crispy sprout and kale salad is definitely worthy of some "Muscles from Brussels" type measurement. It along with the artichoke dip and some awesome drinks were definitely the stars of the show on my stop in.

    The menu is pretty diverse with everything from sushi to sandwiches as well as some other entrees. The cocktail program is creative and they do some things that are kind of out of the box, especially for this neighborhood.

    We had a server named Sonya who was very efficient and awesome besides the fact that she said she hated the Beastie Boys after I ordered a "Brass Monkey." I guess everyone's entitled to their own opinion, but seriously...who hates the Beastie Boys?

    Overall it's pretty spot on experience and I hope the guys behind this place can break the trend of kind of a cursed location. Stop in and I'm sure you see why as well."
    "Jean...Claude...Van Dayyyyyuuuumm this place is good! Their crispy sprout and kale salad is definitely worthy of some "Muscles from Brussels" type measurement. It along with the artichoke dip and some awesome drinks were definitely the stars of the show on my stop in.

    The menu is pretty diverse with everything from sushi to sandwiches as well as some other entrees. The cocktail program is creative and they do some things that are kind of out of the box, especially for this neighborhood.

    We had a server named Sonya who was very efficient and awesome besides the fact that she said she hated the Beastie Boys after I ordered a "Brass Monkey." I guess everyone's entitled to their own opinion, but seriously...who hates the Beastie Boys?

    Overall it's pretty spot on experience and I hope the guys behind this place can break the trend of kind of a cursed location. Stop in and I'm sure you see why as well."

    Danny W.

  • "After searching for a sushi place that open before 5 on a Saturday we finally decided on Reverie. When we got there they were filming a commercial but they let us chill at the bar.  Our bartender was great and recommended one of his own drink concoctions to us which I wish I would have went with (pear mojito...delicious). I ended up going with the menu offering the Reverie, but after trying my friends I quickly switched it up next round.After seeing our bartender had excellent taste we trusted him with our food selections. We started off with the spinach and artichoke bread basket. Love the presentation of this dish and tasty too. Only con was it's difficult to cut through, but I loved the crispness of the bread. Next we tried the asparagus fries. I love asparagus, but even if you don't it's a must try. It comes with a soy dipping sauce with a poach egg mixed in. The sauce was great and omg asparagus fries amazing. You would think our last dish would have been sushi since that's what we came for, but we ended up going with the Brussels Sprout salad. Definitely another must try and the shrimp pieces throughout were tasty. Great service, great food, and a good time. I plan on going back again to check out the happy hour."
    "After searching for a sushi place that open before 5 on a Saturday we finally decided on Reverie. When we got there they were filming a commercial but they let us chill at the bar.  Our bartender was great and recommended one of his own drink concoctions to us which I wish I would have went with (pear mojito...delicious). I ended up going with the menu offering the Reverie, but after trying my friends I quickly switched it up next round.After seeing our bartender had excellent taste we trusted him with our food selections. We started off with the spinach and artichoke bread basket. Love the presentation of this dish and tasty too. Only con was it's difficult to cut through, but I loved the crispness of the bread. Next we tried the asparagus fries. I love asparagus, but even if you don't it's a must try. It comes with a soy dipping sauce with a poach egg mixed in. The sauce was great and omg asparagus fries amazing. You would think our last dish would have been sushi since that's what we came for, but we ended up going with the Brussels Sprout salad. Definitely another must try and the shrimp pieces throughout were tasty. Great service, great food, and a good time. I plan on going back again to check out the happy hour."

    Sony C.

HOURS

Monday

Closed

Tuesday

Closed

Wednesday

Closed

Thursday

Closed

Friday

3:00PM - 2:00AM

Saturday

9:00PM - 3:00AM

Sunday

Closed

CONTACT US

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Reverie

414 North Orleans,

Chicago, IL 60610

Phone. 312-467-4141

Email. info@reveriechicago.com