Originally established in 1890 as “The Tea Room,” the Walnut Room is one of the oldest restaurants in Chicago. Appointed with the original Circassian walnut paneling and Austrian crystal chandeliers, the expansive Walnut Room offers lunch and dinner daily (Please see service hours below). The theme of the two-story Great Tree, decorated with 1,200 ornaments and 25,000 lights, changes annually and is lit the second Saturday of November. (Dates subject to change.)
Additional dining venues offering unique menus, atmosphere, service, and pricing at the State Street store include Seven on State on the 7th floor and InField's and Field's Marketplaces on the lower level.
Present your Go Chicago Card to your server to receive complimentary dessert with purchase of an entree at the Walnut Room. Only valid for one use during dates your Go Chicago Card is valid. Reservations not accepted during November and December. Offer subject to change. *Limit 4 desserts per card.
Reservations not accepted during November and December.
Sunday and Monday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm;
Tuesday-Saturday, 11:00 am-8:00 pm
Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All holidays and hours are subject to change without notice.
111 N. State Street
Walnut Room, 7th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602
Bounded by State Street (west), Washington (south), Wabash (east), and Randolph (north). Access to the Loop is from Washington St. exit of I-90/94 and from Randolph St. exit of Lake Shore Dr. Parking is available across the street on Randolph, entrance mid-block between Wabash and State Street.
Take CTA: Red, Blue, Brown, Green, or Orange lines to Randolph/Washington.
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