Gene & Georgetti, the oldest Italian steakhouse in the city, opened its doors in 1941. This family owned establishment serves the finest prime aged ... More
Gene and Georgetti
Gene & Georgetti, the oldest Italian steakhouse in the city, opened its doors in 1941. This family owned establishment serves the finest prime aged steaks and chops all butchered on site. Whether it's chicken, seafood, salad or pasta, the knowledgeable staff will walk you through the extensive menu. Known for its top quality and large portions, this Chicago institution has stood the test of time thanks to dedicated employees, some of which have been there more than 40 years. It's warm atmosphere, consistent quality, and great service makes Gene & Georgetti one of Chicago's finest steakhouses. See and be seen in this Chicago icon.
i had a horrible experience there..... i ordered the New York strip medium .....it was severved almost raw..... asked to have it cooked a little more .... it came back just as raw and then the rude waiter asked me if i wanted ketchup.... they are a bunch of jerks!!!!!! never will be back and will discourage others from going!!!
I have dined at Chop House, Morton s, Smith s, Capitol, and every other steakhouse in our town. None compare to Gene & Georgetti s. Dinner comes with salad, but don t miss the Garbage Salad. It s got meats and cheeses, topped with jump shrimp. The house oil and vinegar dressing is one of he best. Writing this is making me want to go right now! They have excellent spumoni for dessert..
Great steak place in Chicago history-- and that s saying a lot! While many others have chained out , G&G s has stayed real. Family feel, with appropriate elegance, this is the steak place for those who want the REAL thing and not the highly marketed, franchised cliche. Great pasta and fish but it is the gigantic steaks you really want. They KNOW what rare actually is. They have a robust if not extensive wine selection and great old-school service. If you are lucky enough to be seated downstairs in the front room, you ll know what it feels like to be a big wheel in the City of Big Shoulders.
My absolute favorite Italian/Steakhouse restaurant in Chicago. I recommend the Spaghetti & Meatballs. The Porter House Steak was also very delicious. I love everything about this place. Definitely worth checking out.
One of my favorite Italian/Steak houses in the city, with a great old school feel. Walk in and feel like you have been warped to the 1950s, where time doesn t matter. Waiter was so friendly and made my experience that much better! The steak was prepared with the best seasonings and cooked exactly the way you want it.
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