This three-level Loop warhorse serves up everything from breakfast fare to inexpensive steak dinners and, yes, brandy.
Formerly the Black Beetle, this Humboldt Park bar serves typical bar food—burgers, pizza, nachos.
Casual Italian eatery/tourist trap.
Small, sophisticated Italian storefront serving ample portions of the classics, especially pasta.
Popular East Village pizza parlor that also serves barbecue, sandwiches, and Italian specialties.
Dunning spot offering a wide selection of gelati, plus cookies, pastries, coffee, and affagato (espresso with ice cream).
A second casual BYO spot from Bill Kim (Urban Belly), offering an Asian-Latin quick-serve menu.
"Modern Asian" from Bill Kim (Urban Belly, Belly Shack); there's also a lunch counter, BQ2Go (see separate listing).
CLOSED. Bright Chinese-Vietnamese storefront with creditable pho and standout papaya salad and Vietnamese crepes filled with shrimp and pork.
Old Town sports bar with a retractable roof and scads of TVs; the menu is mostly burgers, with a few curveballs like Korean tacos.
Dinner 'n' a show, Japanese-American style. Knife-wielding cooks prepare dinner at your table.
"Urban street food" melding Mexican and Middle Eastern food.
South Michigan Avenue stalwart of the chain, now with a revamped menu focusing on sandwiches, burgers, and bar bites.
Bennison's offers a variety of cakes, pastries, and breads.
Diner serving well-executed breakfast and brunch standards, plus burgers and sandwiches.
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