In "The Dark Knight" (2008), some of the scenes in the climatic face-off between Batman and the Joker, were shot outside the Trump Tower, which was under construction during the movie. Read more.
The sweet-lobster cocktail satiates two, the juicy prime rib comes in a hefty portion, and desserts are so enormous that servers cut them in two, wrapping half in a take-away bag, no questions asked. Read more.
Rick Bayless' counter spot specializes in tortas (think Mexican sandwiches), churros, and after 3:00 p.m., incomparable caldos—soups filled with short ribs, pork carnitas, or wood-roasted chicken. Read more.
OpenHouse Architecture 2012 – Sat. 9am- 5pm Sun. 9am- 5pm. A local favorite, this curved building at the fork of the Chicago River is clad in reﬂective glass that mirrors the water and cityscape. Read more.
Giaver & Dinkelberg: 1926 This famed skyscraper on the Chicago River melds historical styles including Greco-Roman and Gothic. Read more.
OpenHouse 2012 – Sat. 9am- 5pm Sun. 9am- 5pm The zigzag lines of the Wabash Tower create a new icon on the Chicago skyline. Experience this "vertical campus" which is now in its ﬁrst year of use. Read more.
In "The Dark Knight" (2008), Lt Gordon (Gary Oldman) arrests the gangster Sal Maroni while he is enjoying dinner, in scenes shot at The Berghoff restaurant. Read more.
TheWit Hotel’s swank rooftop lounge sports a specialty cocktail menu, a well-curated wine list and Mediterranean small plates. Read more.