Harry Caray's Steakhouse ChicagoHarry Caray's Italian Steakhouse, named for the late Hall of Fame baseball announcer, opened on October 23, 1987 and has become one of the country’s most nationally recognized restaurants. This legendary Italian Steakhouse serves the finest prime, aged steaks and chops in a truly warm “Chicago” atmosphere. Harry Caray’s has won numerous awards including “Best Steakhouse” by the Chicago Tribune’s Dining Poll and Best of Citysearch Poll, Wine Spectator’s prestigious “Award of Excellence” every year since 1989, and has been ranked continuously in the top 100 highest grossing restaurants in America. 2011 Michelin Guide Recommended. The friendly, energetic atmosphere embodies the amiable personality of the restaurant’s namesake. The combination of mahogany paneling, white tablecloths and a veritable museum of baseball history creates a warm and casual elegance. Located in the heart of Chicago's River North, Harry Caray’s Chicago, designated the "Official Home Plate of the Chicago Cubs," is within walking distance of numerous major hotels and office buildings.