Rhapsody, the Symphony Center restaurant since 1997, has now transformed itself into Tesori (which translates from the italian as "treasures"), probably in honor of the Chicago Symphony's maestro, Riccardo Muti. It is similar in level to the highly regarded Rhapsody, though with more of an Italian accent. The food is exquisitely prepared, delicate, and very imaginative. For pre-concert or post-concert dining it is a superb choice, and is actually worth a separate trip even if not going to the Orchestra (it is located in Symphony Center). One nice thing: it is a quiet restaurant, even if full.
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