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South-side rib joint with affable service and BBQ best avoided.
Revamped restaurant in the Hyatt Regency, serving "locally sourced" fare from purveyors including Dean Foods and Einstein Bros. Bagels.
Wicker Park location of the Elmwood Park chain offering thin and pan pizzas, plus "pizza nova," superthin-crust pizzas based on olive oil rather than tomato sauce. There are also some pastas, soups, salads, and ribs.
Michigan Avenue location of an upmarket chain of American restaurants.
Rogers Park barbecue shack; alcohol is prohibited.
One of the best barbecue joints in the city, with particularly excellent hot links. Cash only.
Barn & Company
Lincoln Park barbecue and bar, emphasis on the former.
Ben's Bar-Be-Cue
Austin takeout-only joint that will restore your faith in barbecue.
Cheap, good barbecue in Morgan Park.
Pizzeria and barbecue from the people behind Bricks.
Above-average barbecue joint in the south suburbs.
Blackwood BBQ
Barbecued pulled pork, brisket, or chicken served with a choice of five sauces and sides.
Family-style barbecue joint on Harlem Avenue.
Bub City
Southern-themed Lettuce restaurant featuring barbecue and two bars with cocktails and a selection of whiskeys masterminded by Paul McGee, formerly of the Whistler.
Wells Street location for ribs, steaks, and good-value, well-packaged carryout.
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