When Rainforest Cafe came to the campiest, most Disney-like section of Chicago, I thought its giant frog statue that could be seen from blocks away was the most obnoxious tourist come-on in the city. Even worse than the stories-high portrait of Michael Jordan on the side of his Eponymous restaurant, or the big ole guitar jutting up from the Hard Rock Cafe. But my kids bugged me into taking them to Rainforest Cafe and...Hey, it's a jungle in there. Huge leaves, waterfalls, robotic wildlife, gift shop, pricey chow. Want real fun? Take your family a few blocks down and eat at nuttily entertaining Ed Debevic's.
Good food, something for everyone. A little expensive, but do-able. Tons of fun stuff for kids to look at. A little loud, but its part of the experience. Great stuff to look at and buy in the Rainforest Cafe Store!
What a fun place. The rainforest theme is educational for the kids too. Plus the grownups really appreciate the great cocktails and appetizers. Love to stop there with the kids whenever we're in that area.
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