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Everest

A French Feast for Both Your Eyes and Your Palate at the Midwest's Best

    
   
EVEREST AT A GLANCE

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Overview
  • Sweeping city views from the 40th floor
  • Showcases paintings and sculptures from four featured artists: sculptor Ivo Soldini, painter Adam Seigel, sculptor Cavalier Virginio L. Ferrari and painter Tim Anderson
  • Dining room has 20 foot ceilings
  • Six private dining rooms available
  • Wine list has 1,700 bottles and includes a special Alsatian section
   
     
    
Chef/Menu
  • Executive Chef: Jean Joho
  • Authentically French food prepared with fresh American ingredients and modern twists
  • Sample Dishes: Carnaroli Risotto, Wild Mushrooms and Quail/Filet of Venison, Wild Huckleberries, Braised Pear and Alsace/Selection of Five Chocolate Tastes
  • Glass of Wine $14 - $34/Pre-Theater Menu $54/Degustation Menu $130/Three-Course Menu $89/Four-Course Menu $98
  • Reservations Required

Comfort

Service: Seamless
Acoustics: Light Jazz Music
Lighting: Mood Lit
Table Proximity: Amply Spaced

Location/Hours

Everest
One Financial Place
440 S. LaSalle St., 40th Floor
Chicago, IL 60605
Reservations: (312) 663-8920
Hours: Dinner 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Tues – Thurs), 5:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Fri – Sat)
Dress Code: Jackets preferred for gentlemen, ties optional

   
     
      
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