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“Get there before it becomes the toughest table in town!”
5 of 5 bubbles Review of Prix Fixe - CLOSED

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Prix Fixe
Price range: US$31 - US$50
Cuisines: European, Contemporary
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Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Gunnison
Transit: Prix Fixe is conveniently located two blocks north of the Western Brown Line stop, one and a half miles west of the Ravenswood Metra stop and directly in front of the No. 49 (Western Ave.) and 11 CTA Bus Routes (Lincoln Ave).
Description: Local ingredients with a European influence... The Midwest provides agricultural products that beautifully pair with the traditional cuisines and dishes of France, Italy, and Spain. Through the seasons, Prix Fixe focuses on seasonal ingredients to create a frequently changing menu that reflects our connection to the farms and products that surround Chicago. Our staff is small but dedicated... Unlike your average restaurant, the staff at Prix Fixe are all dedicated to a career in the hospitality industry. We are focused on the guest experience and success of the restaurant through an understanding of all aspects of operations including hospitality, cooking and finance. We endeavor to provide a truly unique restaurant experience where staff rotates through all the different positions that help to make a restaurant work. Our chef... John Fuente has been working in restaurants since 1992 including Zinfandel, Spruce, The Pump Room, Tournesol and Fog City Diner.
Evanston, Illinois
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“Get there before it becomes the toughest table in town!”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 January 2012

Fantastic place. I booked this place almost last minute for New years - what a wonderful meal! Some classic dished reinterpreted - a great pork rillette that was like a wonderful pate course. Great beet salad followed by the vegetarian polenta for me and the Pork shoulder for my friend. Every bite was wonderful and the wine and beer pairings made it really unique and fun. They use local ingredients (and wines and beers) where possible and this was the real eye-opener - the wines were terrific! It was quite economical considering the quality and care that went into the meal. Not a lot of choice, but great choices that would be hard not to love. Don't let the dodgy location throw you off - its GREAT.

Visited January 2012
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