Venue Info

Known For

Italian

Steakhouse

Housed inside a landmark building that was once home to Frank Nitti, the notorious enforcer of Al Capone’s gang, this storied steakhouse is named for the famous sportscaster Harry Caray. It serves a wide variety of prime cuts and Italian-American dishes, but the thing to order is the chicken Vesuvio, a Chicago-born speciality made with roast chicken, garlic, and white wine. A giant mural of Caray beside the building will be the beacon that leads you to this buzzy, River North institution that's a time capsule of sports memorabilia and relics of the gangster-era.

Chicago

Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

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Housed inside a landmark building that was once home to Frank Nitti, the notorious enforcer of Al Capone’s gang, this storied steakhouse is named for the famous sportscaster Harry Caray. It serves a wide variety of prime cuts and Italian-American dishes, but the thing to order is the chicken Vesuvio, a Chicago-born speciality made with roast chicken, garlic, and white wine. A giant mural of Caray beside the building will be the beacon that leads you to this buzzy, River North institution that's a time capsule of sports memorabilia and relics of the gangster-era.