Walnut Room Chicago

The Walnut Room

Opened in 1905, The Walnut Room is one of Chicago's most beloved landmarks. You can still sit by the 17-foot marble fountain, amid the original Circassian Walnut paneling and Austrian chandeliers, and enjoy a traditional pot pie made from Mrs. Hering's here.

The world-famous Walnut Room was the first restaurant ever opened in a department store. The soaring 17,000-square-foot dining room is both elegant and comfortable. Conveniently located in the heart of the Chicago theater district, the restaurant is an excellent choice for taking a break from shopping or for a meal and a glass of wine before a show.

The Great Tree Lighting & Buffet

The Walnut Room is also known for its spectacular holiday décor and special holiday menu. Many people visit the restaurant annually to see and dine alongside the lighted 45-foot Great Tree that graces the restaurant each November through early January.

The 45-ft.-tall lighted Great Tree in the Walnut Room at Macy's State Street in Chicago

111 North State Street
Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: 312-781-3139