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Chicago was a Bar and Grill located at Prudential Plaza in its namesake city. Although the restaurant is no longer in operation, the two towers that make up Prudential Plaza still grace Chicago’s skyline. One Prudential Plaza, completed in 1955, was the first skyscraper built in Chicago after World War II and was the headquarters for Prudential’s Mid-America Company. Rising 41 stories high, at the time it was the tallest building in Chicago and had the world’s fastest elevators. Two Prudential Plaza was built in 1990 with 61 stories. It is notable for its beveled architecture and spire reaching into the sky. Today, the two towers together encompass an entire block across from Millennium Park and house luxury apartments, businesses, restaurants, and various services.