The Low Down
What to Drink: Choose from the giant wine book or, on Mondays, bring your own bottle with no corkage fee.
Save Money: Friday evenings feature a four-course degustation theme dinner for $50.
The Extras: Cooking classes are held the third Wednesday of every month starting at 10:45am and include a cooking demonstration, printed recipes and lunch.
The Extras: Check out the Nietos' other Highland Park restaurant, the more casual Cafe Central.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Trendier and more innovative restaurants have come and gone, but Carlos and Debbie Nieto's North Shore gem continues to impress after all these years. Surprisingly relaxed given its special occasion appeal, these hallowed, wood-paneledâ¦
Great Food, Wonderful Service
By lomar2323 at Citysearch
My fiancee and i had a wonderful experience at Carlos's. We live in La Grange, il, and had to make quite a journey to get there... but it was wort... Read More
Terrific and Friendly Service
By MarkMa at Citysearch
We ate at Carlos on Halloween night. Our first impression was the bowl of candy and Carlos and all the wait staff taking time to talk to the neighb... Read More
Carlos' Restaurant is the best
By rickmenchaca at Citysearch
Hy, I've been to Carlos a couple of days ago and I can tell you it's a great restaurant. The service is really great and I can't tell you about the... Read More
First-class French dining has an intimate and beloved home on the North Shore.
By Elisa Kronish at Citysearch
The Scene Like an elegant dining room in a private home, Carlos' is intimate, relaxing and warm, with art-deco touches and whimsical Fren... Read More
First class dining experience
By good_num_nums at Citysearch
This was our third time to Carlos in the last two years and it is better everytime we go. The menu was seasonly different each visit including ite... Read More