Epicurean delights and inspiring spaces
The Langham, Chicago upholds The Langham tradition of providing memorable culinary experiences in distinctive settings. Travelle, our full-service restaurant, bar and lounge features Chef Tim Graham's contemporary take on Mediterranean cuisine, while afternoon tea and light fare served daily in the hotel's Pavilion.
Embracing The Langham's classic heritage, Pavilion will offer guests its signature afternoon tea, Tiffin at The Langham, recalling the grandeur of the original hotel, The Langham, London, where the tradition was born.
Located on the hotel's second floor, Travelle features Chef Tim Graham's contemporary take on the Mediterranean cuisine. Drawing inspiration from the region's rich culinary history, the kitchen takes guests on a culinary journey that extends from the shores of Southern France to the exotic spice markets of Turkey and beyond. Sourcing the best local ingredients and offering Chef Graham's interpretation of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, each dish is simply and creatively presented.
Travelle features interiors created by renowned designer David Rockwell, showcasing the pure lines of Mies van der Rohe's modern architecture. The wood and metal finishes pay tribute to the architect's industrial-age aesthetic, while a central digital art installation and floor-to-ceiling windows convey a contemporary elegance.
Beyond the bronze-enhanced glass entrance, Travelle's Wine Room offers a tasting table for up to 10 people and also can serve as an intimate semi-private dining room. The contemporary main dining area features a chef's table and seating for up to 125 guests as well as a glass-enclosed show kitchen, allowing guests to enjoy a culinary performance.
Occupying a corner of the building, Travelle's window-framed bar is ideal for pre-dinner drinks or late-night cocktails. While its leather-upholstered seating and ebony accents suggest old-world charm, the richly patterned stone floor and distinctive spun-brass pendant ceiling present cutting-edge design.
The adjoining lounge, overlooking the Chicago River, features panoramic cityscape and skyline views. A 30-foot digital artwork lines the lounge wall while midcentury-inspired furniture recalls the era of classic cocktail culture.