1639 S. Wabash Ave.
Wabash, IL 60616
Chicago's Acadia restaurant is named after certain pieces of land used by the French Colonial Empire of New France, namely in northeastern North America. Not only that, but it also stems from the Greek "arcadia," which refers to a place of refuge. Pretty lofty origins for a restaurant, but Chef Ryan McCaskey's Acadia lives up to it!
With a minimalist décor scheme and neutral colors used throughout, Acadia sets a great luxurious ambience — especially when you consider its open flood plan and kitchen. Found on Wabash Avenue, the establishment offers a classic and contemporary menu highlighting dishes like Foie Gras Torchon, Stonington Lobster "Pie," and Seared Diver Scallop. Since the menu changes with the season, make sure to check out what's being offered when you make reservations.