Bright Italian restaurant in Pilsen.
The casual third in the Italian Village trio of Loop restaurants.
Stunning view, stunning food, stunning bill.
Family-run Italian spot with a loyal local following, now in a new location.
Coffee shop in the former Charmers Cafe, serving light breakfast and brunch fare and house-made charcuterie. BYO.
Homey, cozy Italian BYO place on North in the back of a deli.
Funky member of the Italian Village family where the decor overwhelms the food.
Tiny Ukrainian Village storefront with an equally tiny but satisfying Italian menu and, arguably, the best gnocchi in town.
Italian "tapas" restaurant and martini lounge offering entertainment and DJs.
Classic Italian beef stand considered by many the city's best.
South Loop Italian restaurant.
Casual Italian fare and gelato across from Millennium Park; this is just one location of the local minichain.
The "Zabar's of Cicero" offers not just pizza but fresh-baked bread, antipasti, pastas, and homemade gelati. Cash only.
Currently closed. Chef John Asbaty's Italian-influenced, locally sourced sandwiches, soups, and salads, plus entrees and sides sold by the pound.
Thin-crust pizza and Italian standards from a refreshingly nongentrified hole-in-the-wall.
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