The Low Down
Where to Sit: The banquettes facing the windows put you side-by-side with your dining partner, but provide the best views.
The Extras: During the summer, on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, try to get a table overlooking Navy Pier--you'll be treated to a fireworks show. You won't have much privacy, though, as other diners wander over to take in the scene.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
At 70 stories up, this elegant French restaurant puts the Chicago skyline at your feet.
by Robyn Galbos at Citysearch
Perched atop the Lake Point Tower, overlooking Navy Pier, Cite boasts spectacular views in all directions. The elegant dining room has a luxurious feel with carpeted floors, cream-colored banquettes and tuxedoedâ¦
chicag's Biggest Failure
By Annabella2 at Citysearch
Furgettaboutit. Spectacular view and wretched everything else. Undistinguished food spoiled by untrained waiters who wanted to know what "you guys"... Read More
By mendoza969 at Citysearch
I was skeptical to try this place since I read so many reviews here about poor service and bad food. But I had a GREAT experience. I went on a Su... Read More
By littlepip at Citysearch
Obviously the views are the only thing keeping this restaurant open....and given the number of people we saw, can't imagine that is even going to s... Read More
Go to the Sears Tower for the View, Stay Away from Cite
By Jmio at Citysearch
The view was great..........ok that was the only good thing I can say about this place. The service was horrible. Our waiter knew nothing about t... Read More
Great food, great service and excellent views
By Paul2019 at Citysearch
I dined here last week with my wife and daughter; let me tell you this is one of those places you don?t hear about but once you go it feels like yo... Read More