Ever since the Chicago stockyards were in existence, Chicago has been THE place to go for a great steak. That reputation is well maintained by numerous steak houses in and around Chicago, but, for me, the top of the list is Gibson's, probably the best (and maybe most successful) upscale restaurant chain in operation. I had their signature bone-in steak. With council from the waiter, who was helpful, fun, professional and attentive, I received a steak that was perfectly prepared, moist, succulent and filled with flavor. We started with a tomato and onion salad, nothing special, but a refreshing start, split in the kitchen for the 2 of us. As a side, we ordered the mushrooms, excellent, abundant and pricey. 2 drinks, one salad, 2 steaks, mushrooms, coffee and tip = $200. Too expensive to do every week, but well worth the price for the portions, the quality and the service for a more special night out. For me, the one problem I might have is trying different foods (the fish at the next table looked marvelous). And the desserts (we witnessed a "slice" of cake go by) could "feed a village". My steak was so incredible, I can't imagine ordering anything else
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