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Went to Courtright's last night with some friends and I have to say Chef Greg Lutes did a phenomenal job. One of the best meals I have had in a long time. The room is very beautiful, and the service was good.

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I don't think it will set you back as much as Tallgrass, but it will cost you a couple bucks. You can check out their website here:
http://www.courtrights.com/

Be sure to tell them that you found out about them on ChefTalk.com (thanks!)

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"Courtright's luxuriant ambiance coddles cr*p quesadillas with jumbo shrimp. Each (dish) drives home the point that the chef understands the lay of the land."-Chicago Magazine, directly quoted from their website's awards/recognition page. Of all the typos that could show up on a restaurant's site, that is not the one that should be looked over.
Regarding the menu; the tuna, duckling and chicken sounded especially good. Also, I like seeing a menu that has some straight-forward, simple preparations on it; the veal and lamb entree's, for example.
What did you have, Nicko?

[This message has been edited by Greg (edited 01-20-2001).]
 
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