The creative team at the Albert Chicago, 228 East Ontario Street, was incredibly smart to hire Steve Chiappetti for the space inspired by a genius. The physicist Albert Einstein became the muse for Hotel EMC2 with its brainy and eclectic take on art, so the attached restaurant follows that vision in many ways for the modern world. It doesn't take a scientist to determine that the Albert has something special for everyone that enters through revolving door.
For example take the Noethern Lights, named after Emmy Noether, a German mathematician who Einstein admired. The concoction combines vodka, elderflower, lemon and chamomile, all to lighten your mood with each sip.