No one can argue about one attribute of this restaurant: The view is magnificent, as Everest is perched on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange. The interior is low-key, with pale colors and discreet lighting. The food, however, will certainly grab your full attention. Chef Jean Joho hails from Alsace, and here he combines that heritage with top American ingredients. The menu changes frequently, but starters might include crusted Berkshire pork cheeks with a choucroute salad. Among the main courses, you could find halibut with carrots, cipollini onions and double-smoked bacon; or rack of lamb with a sweet garlic flan and a compote of peas and fava beans. The wine list contains more than 1,700 selections.