Best Places To Eat Before The Show In Chicago
It wasn’t that long ago that all you could get near the United Center was mugged. Today, a cab ride opens up the whole Randolph/Fulton Street food corridor and closer to the “Mad House on Madison,” you’ll find lots of bars with pub food and Italian restaurants, the best of which may be Viaggio. Expect top-notch service, generous portions and deep flavors. Popular choices include zucchini fritti to plunge into homemade marinara, eggplant stack, meatball salad and house-made eight-finger cavatelli. There are many chicken, veal, chops, pork and fish options, too. Prices are reasonable for the quality and the wait staff can get you out in time for the show.