Loyola University Chicago students at the Water Tower Campus are right in the heart of River North–giving them the advantage of the best sites, shopping, and food.
Appearing in the first ever Michelin Guide Chicago 2011 were well-known River North spots, Crofton on Wells, Graham Elliot, Naha, Sixteen, and Topolobampo.
Throughout Chicago, 23 eateries got at least one star, including two – Alinea and L20 – that earned the guide’s highest rating of three stars.
Only 93 restaurants nationwide hold three Michelin stars.
The director of the Michelin Guides, Jean-Luc Naret, says Chicago chefs are among the world’s most creative.
“Michelin is showing the world what Chicago residents already know – this is one of the finest cities in the world to eat. Chicago is the beneficiary of a truly innovative spirit among chefs, who are willing to push culinary limits at all levels.
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