Friendly soul-food buffet on the site of the late soul-food restaurant H&A, which opened in 1945.
South-side landmark that has closed after 65 years.
Contemporary southern restaurant from chef Paul Fehribach.
Southern-themed Lettuce restaurant featuring barbecue and two bars with cocktails and a selection of whiskeys masterminded by Paul McGee, formerly of the Whistler.
Best known for its catering, this breakfast-and-lunch place, displaced from Harper's Court, offers baked goods, Cajun dishes, and southern specialties like cheese grits.
Great Mexican and deep-south cooking in the southwest 'burbs.
Kentucky-themed bar and grill from the Big Onion Tavern Group.
Lincoln Park restaurant putting a smoker to good use.
Morgan Park soul food restaurant from a Hurricane Katrina refugee.
Chicken and down-home comfort cooking. Cash only; BYO.
New York-style pizza by the pie or slice, plus beignets. Cash only.
New Creole restaurant serving home-style recipes from the owner's southern family. There's a brunch with live jazz on Sundays.
Chicago French Market barbecue stand, now chef-owner Charlie McKenna's HQ after a fire in the Bucktown location.
Inexpensive and dependable soul food.
Breakfast-and-lunch spot featuring biscuits, grits, greens, and other soul-food standards.
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