All Business: The Top 5 Power Lunch Spots in Chicago

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Work, play, work, play. When your office consists of the entire Loop, finding the ideal spot to power lunch is a must for personal branding. Because multi-tasking is your middle name, it’s okay to mix business and pleasure. Hold the Blackberry.

1 Rivers

Located in the lobby of the Mercantile Exchange, Rivers offers American contemporary food with a subdued ambiance to keep the focus on the business party of the lunch.
30 S. Wacker Dr.312.559.1515.

2 The Metropolitan Club

The private club on the 66th and 67th floor of the Sears (Willis) Tower is the “it” place to conduct business, meet Chicago’s Who’s Who and dine as Chicago’s finest Business Club.
233 S Wacker Dr., 66th & 67th

3 Manny’s Deli

As close to a New York deli as we can get in Chicago, enjoy chitchatting over corned beef and pastrami just like your grandma would have made. If it’s good enough for Daley and Obama, it’s a safe bet.
1141 S. Jefferson.312.939.2855.

4 Petterino's

As Chicago's premiere theatre dining destination and lunch club, 40‘s themed Petterino's creates special dishes with simple and classic ingredients. Named for Arturo Petterino, the long time maitre d' of Chicago's famed Pump Room, Petterino's pays homage to past, present and future Chicago socialites and stars.
150 N. Dearborn St.312.422.0150.

5 Park Grill

Voted the best restaurant for business by Crain’s Chicago, the Park Grill overlooks the ice skating rink at Millennium Park and is the city's largest al fresco dining venue. Dine in, out or pick up a gourmet picnic basket to relax in the park.
11 N. Michigan
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