Level Two offers a charitable Chicago Restaurant Week menu

Level Two offers a charitable Chicago Restaurant Week menu

White chocolate brownie with ice cream at HyattJanuary 28, 2015: Level Two at Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile makes the Chicago Restaurant Week a feel-good affair with a wonderfully tasting menu which is charitable too! Nestled on the second floor of the hotel, Level Two invites guests to dine in during the two-week restaurant celebration and have 50 per cent of the $22 prix fixe menu donated directly to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
Level Two’s prix fixe lunch menu features starters such as Heirloom Tomato Soup with asiago crostini and fried basil or Mushroom Empanadas with Oaxaca cheese, cilantro and chickpeas. Entrées take it up a notch further with Three Grilled Cheese sandwich featuring manchego, gruyere and brie cheese, tomato, arugula, and parmesan sourdough. The Grilled Salmon gives competition with grilled asparagus, roasted potatoes and chimichurri sauce. If you have space for dessert, go ahead with the White Chocolate Brownie and ice cream!
Situated just two blocks from the hospital, Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile is dedicated to giving back to Lurie Children’s and its patient families. The organization has cared for more children than any other pediatric hospital in Illinois in 2014 with more than 174,000 individual patients. 
The Chicago Restaurant Week lunch menu is available 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Friday, January 30 - Thursday, February 12, 2015. For reservations, call (312) 274-4444 or visit OpenTable.

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