Cite has sweeping 360-degree skyline views from the 70th floor of Lake Point Tower. Michael Dean Hazen (ex-Rushmore and Phil and Lou's and most recently, Philadelphia's Continental Mid-Town) returned to Chicago mid-May as executive chef of Cite. The former French-inspired menu is now contemporary American with French influences, and Hazen will be changing the menu frequently to incorporate seasonal items. Look for appetizer choices like pan-roasted foie gras with chocolate, cherries and coffee aroma, and entrees like a surf, turf and "earth" combo of filet mignon, butter poached Maine lobster and truffled mashed potatoes or a pan-seared king salmon with pink shrimp succotash, sweet corn essence and basil oil. Entrée prices are now $10-$20 lower than on the former menu (there are still a la carte and prix fixe options). As for service, expect the same fine-dining attention, but the formal "dome" covered plate service and flaming tableside desserts are no more.