John R. Hoehm
There's more than lunch and dinner available for business meetings, and these Chicago eateries, located at some of the best hotels in the city, provide great opportunities to both seal an upcoming deal and grab a delicious breakfast.
Business for breakfast? Book a hotel. These dining rooms tend to be ideal for peace, privacy, better service and upper-tier food. We checked out two in River North: one when you want to impress, the other for casual occasions.
Maine lobster and fresh Australian black truffles? Peekytoe crab and French caviar?
It sounds like dinner, but we're talking breakfast at Sixteen in Trump International Hotel & Tower, in all its luxurious splendor, with city views at early light as a backdrop.
If you can't impress 'em here, you can't impress "em anywhere.