September 28th, 2019 – September 29th, 2019
Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
Enjoy a Weekend in the Windy City!
For those of you who are accompanying attendees of the Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) Institute but are not attending presentations, the institute planners are offering alternative plans for Saturday, September 28th, and, if there is interest, breakfast plans for Sunday, September 29th, 2019.
Below you will find lists of Chicago restaurants in the vicinity of the event as well as in downtown Chicago. In addition, Chicago offers a plethora of sights such as the Art Institute, the Field Museum, Millennium Park, Chicago River Architecture Tours, and shopping opportunities at the famous luxury stores on the Magnificent Mile on Michigan Avenue.
Enjoy a bold mix of international cuisine available throughout the city. From Michelin rated restaurants, to hidden gems, to local Midwest and urban flavor, the Chicago dining experience is known as one of the best in the world.
Chicago Restaurants Pricing Guide
E = Expensive=$40 or more per person lunch
M = Moderate=$30-$40 per person lunch
I = Inexpensive=$30 or less per person lunch
List of Chicago Restaurants
212 S. Halsted #1 (312) 655-0000 M
619 W. Randolph (312) 715-0708 M
200 S. Halsted (312) 782-9855 M
519 N. Clark (312) 284-1377 M
60 E. Ohio (312) 951-1888 I
74 W. Illinois (312) 527-5586 M
60 E. Grand (312) 379-5637 M-E
516 N. Clark (312) 644-7700 M
620 N. State (312) 642-8450 I-M
59 W. Hubbard (312) 595-0800 M-E
59 W. Hubbard #2 (312) 377-9950 I-M
21 E. Hubbard (312) 527-2722 E
325 W. Huron (312) 488-4917 I
159 W. Erie (312) 787-9000 M
1301 N. State Pkwy (312) 649-0535 E
2024 N. Halsted (773) 935-5000 I-M
1962 N. Halsted (773) 248-3000 I-M
980 N. Michigan #2 (312) 280-2750 E
Foodease (Watertower Place)
835 N. Michigan (312) 335-3663 I
445 N. Clark (312) 661-1434 M-E
162 E. Superior (312) 266-3337 I-M
150 N. Dearborn (312) 422-0150 E
225 N. Michigan (312) 226-2299 I
1419 N. Wells (312) 877-5880 I
1531 W. Taylor (312) 421-5179 I
1014 W. Taylor (312) 829-1990 M-E
Explore the Sights and Sounds of the City
Depending on the number of participants, we will offer one-on-one guidance and/or a fixed itinerary with several options to choose from. Our guides are volunteers from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and not professional tour guides. The guides will be able to help participants make transportation arrangements to different locations. No additional fee is required to participate in this parallel conference, but all participants are expected to be responsible for their own food, shopping, transportation, and entry expenses.