Casual cafe in Bucktown serving deli food seven days a week.
Sandwich shop in the Illinois Center that specializes in roast turkey. There are five additional downtown locations.
Typical lox and bagels, sandwiches, and pastries; one of a chain.
North-suburban Kosher restaurant using interesting substitutions to keep the fare in line.
The Jewish answer to Gene & Georgetti, down to the relish tray.
Clean modern deli, great for that pre-United Center corned beef sandwich.
Jewish soul food: lox 'n' bagels and matzo ball soup reign supreme.
Popular breakfast spot, crowded on weekends, serving eggs, pancakes, and other standards.
Cafe in the Seneca Hotel serving breakfast and lunch.
Vegetarian-friendly kosher food in Skokie.
Classic old-Chicago deli/cafeteria: corned beef sandwiches, latkes, brisket, Tums.
Located inside the Chicago Metro's Dine Restaurant, MetroKlub provides gourmet kosher lunches.
North Shore location of this classic Jewish deli and bakery.
Upscale kosher fine dining in Skokie.
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