Gelateria offering 32 flavors of house-made gelato out of a total of 270.
Paleteria supplying many of the Albany Park pushcart vendors.
Tiny Lincoln Square spot specializing in pannenkoeken, Dutch pancakes.
R.J. and Jerrod Melman's remake of Brasserie Jo, offering affordable small plates in addition to classic French dishes.
The return of a Vietnamese favorite.
CLOSED. Pastry shop specializing in authentic Sicilian dolci.
Alex Brunacci of Franks 'n' Dawgs "elevates" street food, offering fine-dining variants of wings, gyros, and burgers.
Kristine Subido's Filipino chicken shack, offering grilled, fried, or roasted marinated birds; sandwiches, salads, and sides; and a couple of specialty punches and desserts, among them halo-halo.
Cantonese-American relic that hasn't aged gracefully.
Albany Park restaurant serving Chinese standards as well as some Korean-Chinese specialties.
Strip-mall restaurant serving authentic Pakistani dishes well worth the trip.
Currently closed. Seasonally oriented contemporary American restaurant from the team behind Boka; Paul Virant of Vie is replacing chef Ryan Poli beginning in May.
Hot dog stand from a veteran of Herm's Hot Dog Palace in Skokie, serving breakfast and house-made mac 'n' cheese in addition to standards like dogs, Polish, burgers, and fried shrimp. Cash only.
New Uptown spot for pho and other Vietnamese cuisine.
CLOSED. Vietnamese restaurant, posh for Argyle Street, that's still affordable.
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