Best German Restaurant in Chicago
1. Laschet's Inn
2119 W Irving Park Rd Chicago, IL 60618
In 1991 Franz and Ursula Kokott purchased the business and devoted their efforts to preserving the heritage and ambiance of Laschet’s. In 2000 Ursula opened the kitchen and began preparing authentic German cuisine.
2. Bohemian House
11 W Illinois St Chicago, IL 60654
Guests can expect to enjoy an original menu of Bohemian-inspired fare with influences from the Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. Acquainting Central Europe to the Central U.S., our culinary team maintains cultural authenticity with a fresh approach, utilizing the best of what’s in season. Our menu presents a selection of small and large plates that are ideal for sharing, for dinner, weekday brunch and weekend brunch.
3. The Radler
2375 N Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60647
The Radler is a German beer hall created by owner Adam Hebert. The beer hall is a tribute to his German heritage and travels abroad. Wanting to embrace the German culture rather than highlight a few distinct features, The Radler team successfully delivers and authentic modern day German experience.
4. Edelweiss Restaurant
7650 W Irving Park Rd Norridge, IL 60706
Edelweiss German-American Restaurant is one of Chicago’s favorites. It has been a family-owned dining destination for over 30 years.The menu features an impressive array of traditional, well-crafted German specialties along with classics like the American steak, chicken and seafood dishes.
5. The Glunz Tavern
1202 N Wells, Chicago, IL 60610
Whether stopping in for a meal or looking to complement their preferred beverage with a satisfying snack, diners will enjoy a thoughtful selection of classic tavern favorites reminiscent of the early 20th century, modernized with high-quality ingredients and worldly inspirations. The Glunz Tavern’s menu will present influences that span the team’s collective French-German-Alsatian-Austrian heritage, rooted in warm hospitality and attentive service.