Typical lox and bagels, sandwiches, and pastries; one of a chain.
Jewish soul food: lox 'n' bagels and matzo ball soup reign supreme.
Friendly neighborhood coffee shop under the Ravenswood stop at Montrose.
Breakfast-and-lunch place offering sandwiches, soups, and bagels and baked goods made on the premises.
Jewish deli food and more.
New Ukrainian Village shop offering dirt-cheap sandwiches, calzones, and pastas, plus a selection of packaged goods.
Popular breakfast spot, crowded on weekends, serving eggs, pancakes, and other standards.
Vegetarian-friendly kosher food in Skokie.
New counter-service kosher dairy restaurant.
Classic old-Chicago deli/cafeteria: corned beef sandwiches, latkes, brisket, Tums.
Located inside the Chicago Metro's Dine Restaurant, MetroKlub provides gourmet kosher lunches.
Longtime Hyde Park deli, now past its prime.
The Jewish answer to Gene & Georgetti, down to the relish tray.
Not your typical bagel shop, this sit-down restaurant has offerings like hanger steak with Roquefort sauce and frites, lobster bisque, and rock shrimp served in a popcorn box.
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