Sushi is now available at the Ravinia Market, our grab-and-go marketplace on the main floor of the Dining Pavilion. Grab some classic maki rolls and poke bowls for the picnic you packed or dine out under the umbrellas on our Fifth Third Bank Market Terrace. The menu is prepared by an itamae—a professional sushi chef—for all to see! Our chefs come from Kamehachi sushi, a favorite in both Northbrook and Chicago.
When you think of Ravinia in Highland Park, the first thing you probably think of is music. You may not, however, immediately think of food. But, you should. You really, really should. Ravinia Festival is the ideal Chicago-area dinner and show spot.
Chicago Foodie Sisters was recently invited to get a taste of what they have to offer at a food blogger dinner hosted for #Foodiechats at the Park View Restaurant on the grounds of Ravinia. It's one of several areas on the property where you can dine to enhance your evening. If you thought that a summer concert meant you were limited to overpriced nachos and hot dogs that you grab at a stand after waiting in an insanely long line, you couldn't be more wrong.
There are several dining options at Ravinia Festival that range from pre-ordered picnic boxes to quick, but quality take-away sandwiches and salads to leisurely indoor or al fresco dining of seafood, prime rib and more with wines from around the globe. It's the best place to enjoy live music if you're both a concertgoer and a foodie.