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Untitled Restaurant for Chicago Date Night

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My husband and I just celebrated our 11 year anniversary at Untitled and the experience was amazing. They have this amazing whiskey room where they have the largest collection of whiskey in America which is where we sat in a great corner booth seat. The hubby tasted two different kinds of whiskey while I went for an old fashioned. He started with the Glen Grant 16 year and then, finished with the Macallan 15 year Fine Oak which had this amazing smooth aftertaste. Our server, Kyle, definitely lead my husband down a great decision with the Macallan.

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We decided to go with the tasting menu from Chef Bryan Collante and from our first bite, everything was so amazing. As a parent I usually eat like I'm starving but last night I found myself cutting things into small bites to truly enjoy the flavor of our ten course meal. Food was beyond delicious. I usually love my steak but the way that Chef Bryan made the steak with bone marrow butter on top made it easily one of the best steaks I have had in my life. The short ribs with scallops and herb polenta just melted in your mouth. The salmon tartar was another favorite. I never thought that id want to order cauliflower at a restaurant but the way these were fried - amazing. His duck done two ways was the perfect crisp and tender all in one.

The whiskey was ideal to cut through all of that luxurious heavy fat. And then we were surprised with a bottle of bubbly and two desserts - a panna cotta served with potato chips and popcorn and a chocolate mouse brownie dish with pomegranate seeds. Service was spot on - my water glass never even made it to half full (love that extra attention to detail). What a great speak-easy feel and atmosphere to the amazing selection of whiskey coupled with fantastic service (thanks again, Kyle!) and delicious food (thank you, Chef Bryan!), we have found our new favorite restaurant! My husband and I were talking about the creativity and delicious luxioriness of the food where it reminded us a bit of Paris and a bit of Japan.