Breakfast, lunch, and brunch place from two grads of the French Pastry School, offering creative, bacon-centric takes on items ranging from frittatas and French toast to sandwiches and soups.
English-style pub with a long list of craft cocktails and karaoke.
Family-friendly restaurant from the people behind Dunlays.
Meat-focused lounge and grill from the owners of Deleece.
Boys Town tequila lounge with food that's a cut above typical bar fare.
Dale Levitski's "midwestern bistro," with a coffee bar/cafe from 9 AM to 5 PM daily and salad, small plates, and "big guys" at lunch and dinner.
Pan-Asian restaurant and sushi bar.
CLOSED. Regional Mexican specializing in—what else?—moles. Geno Bahena served as consulting chef.
Busy neighborhood joint with a large menu of food and $5 martinis on Friday night.
Barstaurant featuring locally sourced sandwiches and comfort food and a host of craft beers.
Irish pub grilling up prime burgers. Come ready to drink: they have 16 beers on tap and 40 in the bottle.
Home-style Mexican, from huevos rancheros to fish tacos to carne asada.
Lakeview bar with a good beer list, upscale bar food (including brunch on the weekends), and an outdoor patio when the weather permits.
"Tasty food, yummy men" is the slogan at this sidewalk cafe attached to Roscoe's Tavern. On Sundays there's a "Glam and Eggs" brunch.
Wrigleyville sports bar offering above-ordinary pub grub like gourmet burgers, roasted and grilled wings with house-made sauces, and the house specialty: a bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed hot dog on a pretzel roll and served with house-made relish and chips.
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