There is something about the food of the ocean and other bodies of water that attracts people. Maybe it’s the seemingly endless variety of delicacies or maybe it’s the brine in every bite that conjures up images of sandy beaches and radiant skies. Likewise, for chefs, there are waves of opportunities to create varied and complex dishes. Sushi, a culinary genre in its own right, is not included in this menu. He has his own guide.
Although Chicago is far from the east and west coasts, there are many places that carry fresh catch on a daily basis, so the city is still home to some of the best seafood restaurants in the country. Discover 20 of the city’s best options for suburban Wheeling ocean delicacies at 95th Street.
As of March 2, Chicago restaurants are allowed to serve customers indoors with a maximum capacity of 50% per room, or 50 people, whichever is less. At the same time, despite the winter conditions, a number of Chicago restaurants continue to offer outdoor seating. Regardless, the state requires reservations for indoor and outdoor dining. The level of service offered is indicated on each point on the map. However, this should not be taken as an approval to eat in, as there are always safety concerns. For up-to-date information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the City of Chicago COVID-19 Dashboard. Studies indicate that there is a lower risk of exposure outdoors, but the level of risk associated with patio dining depends on whether restaurants adhere to strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.
To note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.