“Service is impressive”
- Phil Vettel, Chicago Tribune (link)

“brimming with oysters, crisp cocktails, and pristine seafood, all served in a space that is reminiscent of an elegant ocean-side cottage.”
- Matt Kirouac, DININGOUT CHICAGO (link)

“An oasis for fresh seafood and cocktails inside a relaxed space.”
- Ashok Selvam, Eater Chicago (LINK)

“Prepare to be plied with East and West Coast oysters, lobster rolls, New England clam chowder and the like.”
- Pearl Plotkin, UrbanDaddy (LINK)

“casual enough to hang out at the roomy bar solo or for date night.”
- JI Suk Yi, Chicago Sun-Times (LINK)

“The colors are soft, the drinks and dishes are shareable, and the service is, as one guest expressed, ‘Like I’ve known them my whole life!’”

“A ‘destination dining spot.’”

“Chef’s focus on creativity and innovation shows in each dish, presented and portioned to perfection.”
- Pooja Naik, Chicago Pescetarain (LINK)

Other notable mentions:

Two Lights Seafood & Oyster Rolls Out the Canarble Wagon on WGN Radio with Roe Conn

Where to find the best seafood in Chicago - ChicagoParent

Get These Trending Chicago Restaurants On Your Radar Today - CBS2 Chicago

Chicago an easy urban getaway with much to offer, from great food to great art - The Post and Courier

Two Lights Seafood & Oyster makes its debut in Old Town - ABC7 Chicago

A Breakfast and A Brunch - ChicagoNow

What People Are Saying:


Great option if you're going to Second City! We were looking for a nice birthday dinner before the show, and this was a great find.”
- Emilee, OpenTable

Don't miss the Instagrammable sign.
- Julie, Yelp

Just what Old Town needed. Fresh and creative ingredients, delicious cocktails, and the staff is always wonderful every time I go. I could eat ten orders of the Hamachi and the oysters are great!”
- spwinchi, TripAdvisor

“Light atmosphere, with a fresh light seafood menu from soup to entrée. The friendly and knowledgeable waitstaff also adds to the welcoming place. No deep fried fish bar food or haughty waitstaff here.
- William, Facebook