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Restaurant Partners

Located in the heart of downtown, Symphony Center is mere steps from the best of Chicago’s world-class dining scene. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association is pleased to partner with local restaurants to present special offers on convenient pre- and post-concert dining experiences across a variety of tastes.

Acanto Restaurant and Wine Bar

Acanto Restaurant + Wine Bar

Italian Fare and Award-Winning Wine Program Across From Millennium Park

Acanto is the ideal destination for those who appreciate authentic Italian cuisine together with an inviting dining experience in a conversation-friendly atmosphere. The wine program is one of the most lauded in the U.S. with a two-glass “Best of Excellence” rating by Wine Spectator.

Show your same-day ticket for a complimentary round of bubbles or Chef’s curated sweets for the table with the purchase of an entrée.

18 S. Michigan Ave. | 312-578-0763 | acantochicago.com | Reservations


Cherry Circle RoomCherry Circle Room

Modern Take on the Classic Supper Club Experience

Located inside the iconic Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, the Cherry Circle Room serves upscale farm-to-table fare including lavish meat dishes, towering seafood platters and tableside cocktails within an intimate, James Beard Award–winning dining room.

Enjoy a round of sparkling wine on the house when you present your same-day concert ticket.

12 S. Michigan Ave. | 312-792-3535 | lsdatcaa.com/cherry-circle-room | Reservations


The ExchangeThe Exchange

Cutting-Edge Culinary Experience, Historic Setting

A multi-room flagship from Chicago’s celebrated DMK restaurant group housed in the historic former Railway Exchange building, The Exchange specializes in a contemporary dining at its finest. A menu developed by the restaurant’s James Beard Award–nominated chef boasts inventive interpretations of staple entrées and sides, house baked bread and clever drink concoctions in a sophisticated space.

Symphony Center patrons can enjoy a $55 prix-fixe menu with shareable options, perfect for a group night out. Present your concert ticket for half off select wines by the bottle.

224 S. Michigan Ave. | 312-265-0591 | thexchangechicago.com | Reservations


The GageThe Gage

Iconic Michigan Avenue Gastropub

The Gage has become a perennial favorite of locals and visitors alike for nearly 15 years by effortlessly blending European influence with American style. The restaurant serves refined, rustic cuisine, innovative libations and an award-winning wine list all in a lively, convivial setting. A “must visit” among Chicago’s dining scene.

Show your same-day ticket for a complimentary round of bubbles or Chef’s curated sweets for the table with the purchase of an entrée.

24 S. Michigan Ave. | 312-372-4243 | thegagechicago.com | Reservations


Remington'sRemington’s

Classic American Grill with Modern Touches

Situated on the Magnificent Mile directly across from Millennium Park, Remington’s offers refined American fare including steaks, fresh seafood, rotisserie and a robust wine list with excellent service in a casual yet stylish setting.

Ticketholders can enjoy a prix-fixe, three-course meal, including dessert, for $45.

20 N. Michigan Ave. | 312-782-6000 | remingtonschicago.com | Reservations


Russian Tea TimeRussian Tea Time

Historic Russian Tea House and Restaurant Next Door to Symphony Center

A longtime favorite of CSO concertgoers, Russian Tea Time serves a blend of Eastern European, Central Asian and Russian cuisines in an elegant, updated space mere steps from Symphony Center. Enjoy a daily afternoon tea service, a perfect bookend to a weekend matinee or weeknight pre-concert ritual.

Russian Tea Time extends a $50 prix fixe dinner menu, including a choice of wine, to Symphony Center patrons.

77 E. Adams St. | 312-360-0000 | russianteatime.com | Reservations

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association is committed to creating a comfortable, enjoyable and safe environment for its musicians, patrons and staff. In compliance with the City of Chicago vaccine requirements, patrons 5 years of age and older are required to provide proof of full vaccination, and those 16 years of age or older also need to provide a valid photo ID. All patrons must wear a face mask throughout their visit.

Individuals are expected to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms before attending a CSOA event. Patrons who are not feeling well, are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms or have had or been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 10 days should contact Patron Services for flexible exchange and refund options.

Guidelines are reviewed regularly to follow the latest public health recommendations. Visit cso.org/SafeAndSound for the most recent information. Ticket holders receive specific instructions for entry ahead of each performance.

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