Chicago (PRWEB) January 31, 2009
Since 1986, Everest has been offering patrons complimentary valet parking. Now the global-award-winning restaurant on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange is adding another transportation perk: town car travel to or from the restaurant for only $15 per route. The luxury town car experience comes complete with an Everest-style extra: town car riders can choose to have their favorite champagne or cocktail waiting for them upon arrival at the restaurant. Drivers will coordinate a private drink order between the restaurant and patrons.
The new town car service is being offered at a considerable cost savings to patrons as a thank you during a tough economic market. "Even our guests are looking for small ways to save," said Chef-Proprietor J. Joho, "We wanted to offer this convenience at a special price to them."
For town car arrangements, diners simply call the restaurant on the day of the reservation. Town cars will pick up patrons from the location of their choice and drop them off for a memorable evening at Everest for only $15. (Pre-ordered cocktails are simply transferred onto the dinner check.) Town car service is available in a 15-mile radius from the restaurant and gratuity is not included.
Everest's valet parking continues to be complimentary for dinner patrons.
Soaring above Chicago's skyline on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange building, Chef-Proprietor J. Joho's Relais & Chateaux/Relais Gourmand property, Everest, serves Chicago's finest personalized cuisine. Since opening in 1986, Everest has earned the highest rankings worldwide including AAA Five Diamond Rating, and Joho has been named Best Chef by the James Beard Foundation and Chef of the Year by Bon Appetit Magazine. Everest is the crown jewel of Chicago-based Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises Inc., one of the nation's leading independent restaurant groups, owning, managing or licensing more than 75 establishments in Illinois, Arizona, Minnesota, Maryland, Nevada, Georgia and Virginia. The establishments range from the casual style and cuisine of the original restaurant, R.J. Grunts, to the formal elegance of Everest.
One Financial Place
(Chicago Stock Exchange)
40 S. LaSalle, 40th Floor
Chicago, IL 60605