This is located in the Hilton at O'Hare Airport in Chicago. It's a nice transition to step out of the dingy lobby (west side) into what appears to be an early 20th century club. I ate in the lounge, which had a bar and a piano player, not in the restaurant.
The menu is kind of standard American, heavy on the steak, plus the usual array of two fish dishes, two chicken dishes, two vegetarian, etc. The steaks come with no sides or salad, so you end up spending 50% more than you think just to get a balanced meal. A variety of wines are available by the glass, and the bar has an array of whiskies, cordials, liqueurs, etc.
Service was quick, if a bit indifferent. The waitress was dressed in a bordello-style outfit with fishnet stockings.
Note that this place serves meals until pas midnight, which is great for late arrivers.
The only con is the prices. I had a single glass of wine and a scotch, with a dessert, and my total bill was over $100.
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