Fresh Fish • Sushi • Char-Broiled Steaks
Reel Club is a casual restaurant focusing on the freshest fish, sushi, and steaks. Contemporary and refined, Reel Club combines long-popular dishes with Twenty-first Century thinking. The focus is seafood selected from ecologically sound fisheries, wild caught or naturally farmed, and prepared simply to showcase its freshness. Signature dishes include Made-to-Order Sushi Rolls starting at $8.95, Ahi Tuna Burgers for $12.95, Grilled Grouper for $24.95 and Roasted Sushi-Grade Sea Scallops for $27.95.
Meats are just as carefully chosen, such as our Black Angus and USDA Prime steaks. The produce is obtained from local and organic suppliers when seasonality permits.
Cocktails are blended from premium house infused liquors, fresh fruits and herbs, while the superb wine cellar is well stocked with a rotating list from around the globe.
We also have a private dining space with pre-fixed menus available for $22.95 lunch/$34.95 dinner.
Reel Club - Oak Brook, IL272 Oakbrook Center
Oak Brook, IL
- Phone:(630) 368-9400
Hours of Operation
Events & Promotions
Saturday, June 4th
WHEN: Saturday, June 4, 2016, 10:00AM
Chef James Woodfork presents a grill-inspired menu that will be enjoyed outdoors. Class will transition into a sit-down lunch, paired with a glass of red or white wine. The cost is $29.95 per person plus tax (gratuity not included). Classes fill up quickly, so please reserve your spot by calling 630-368-9400. Menu / Curriculum:
First-course Balsamic Grilled Artichoke, Lemon Aioli
Second-course Barbecued Rainbow Trout, Tropical Fruit Salsa, Char-grilled Mushrooms, Raddichio, Fennel Salad
Third-course Blood Orange Almond CakeRead more
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