We are truly honored to again be included in Gayot's Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S., among some of the most excellent Chicago company: Alinea, Everest and George Trois.
An enormous, beyond-grateful THANK YOU to Gayot, our team, and our can't-be-beat guests and community.
Restaurant Gift Cards
— Holiday Bonus: Give $100, Get $20 —
Treat them to a delicious outing at Vie or Vistro!
From now until the end of the year, when you purchase a $100 Vie or Vistro gift card, you’ll receive a $20 complimentary certificate.
With the purchase of $500 in gift cards, you’ll receive a $100 complimentary certificate.
The fine print: Purchase in-person (see below). Promotion not available online. $20 complimentary certificate valid from January 8 until March 31; $20 certificate not valid on Valentine’s Day at either restaurant. $100 certificate is unrestricted.
Gifts They’ll Savor
— For the Holidays • Housewarmings • Host Gifts —
HOLIDAY GIFT BOXES
5 Jar Sessions $53.50
3 Jar Sessions $33.50
3 Jar Sessions & The Preservation Kitchen $63.50
3 Jar Sessions, The Preservation Kitchen & House Coffee Beans by Sparrow $78.50
CUSTOM GIFT BOXES AVAILABLE
With gift cards, Virant Vineyard wine & more
Download an order form (also available at Vie and Vistro host stands)
THE PRESERVATION KITCHEN
Cookbook by Chef Paul & Kate Leahy; can be personalized for the recipient $30
Book details: paulvirant.com/preservation-kitchen/
Where to Purchase
For Vie gift cards and other gifts listed above:
Vie, 4471 Lawn Ave, Western Springs
Tuesday to Saturday after 11 a.m.
For Vistro gift cards and other gifts listed above:
Vistro, 112 S Washington St, Hinsdale
Monday to Saturday after 11:30 a.m.
To Our Valued Guests and Friends:
In order to better serve you, on Monday, September 10, both Vie and Vistro will begin accepting online reservations via Resy. Reservations for Vie and Vistro will no longer be available through OpenTable.
We are always striving to provide you with top-of-the-line hospitality, from when you make your reservations to when you put down your dessert spoon. This move to Resy reflects that dedication.
Resy allows us to continue offering convenient online reservations, while adding new features for you (such as text confirmations and online tickets to special events at the restaurants), with the ultimate goals of streamlining communications and improving your overall experience with us.
A few things to note:
- Any existing reservations you've already made through OpenTable for future dates will be automatically transferred and honored; you don't need to do a thing.
- To book a reservation via Resy, visit resy.com or download the Resy app in your smartphone's app store. The website and app are convenient, free and easy to use (you will need to create a quick account). Resy reservations for Vie and Vistro will be available starting September 10.
After you’ve set up your Resy account, you can go straight to the Vie and Vistro websites to make your reservations from there.
- You are always invited to call or email us to book your reservations. We love hearing from you directly!
If you have any questions or concerns at all, please don't hesitate to let us know. During this transition and always, we thank you for your understanding and support.
— Your Vie and Vistro Teams
The Vie team is honored to be included on Phil Vettel's most recent compilation of restaurants "essential to the Chicago dining experience right now," known as "Phil's 50" list.
Vie, quiet sophistication at the Cook County border
We are thrilled and honored to be included in Chicago magazine's "50 Best Restaurants" dining guide alongside so many excellent establishments.
We are ever-grateful to our guests and friends who have supported us for 14(!) years and to all of Team Vie for making it happen. Thank you!
Chef Paul Virant and the Vie team are honored to again be included in The Fooditor 99: Where to eat (and what to eat there) in Chicago, by Michael Gebert.
Vie is #13 on the listing:
About The Fooditor 99 — Updated for 2018
"A Chicagoan's guide to the best of Chicago dining, fully revised for 2018. Chicago’s online food magazine Fooditor digs deep into a great food city, and this book puts the best of it in an easy-to-consult guide. From fancy tasting menus to neighborhood eats from all around the world, this guide gives you the specifics on the places you should check out—and the exact things you should order, thoroughly revised for 2018. ... Here’s a local expert telling you what he’d eat and drink right now in Chicago, the most interesting and accessible food city in America. Plus: a bonus guide to authentic and friendly Chicago Mexican restaurants!"