Historic club known for producing musicians, artists, and writers.
Cozy Indian storefront offering standout entrees including the house specialty, paneer butter masala.
Gastropub with one of the best patios in the city; chef Troy Graves is behind the eclectic small plates.
Pizzeria that cooks both sides of the pie over the flame.
Funky bar within the Heartland empire.
Closed "indefinitely" owing to structural damage caused by a car that ran into the building. Reasonably priced Lincolnwood Japanese restaurant serving sushi and other artful fare.
From the team behind Telegraph, wood-fired bagels, Neapolitan-style pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, and pastry, plus Stumptown coffee, an intriguing wine list, and a host of inexpensive but worthy whiskeys. Cash only.
One of the few remaining posolerias in Chicago, the soup is available here in red, white, and green varieties.
Chef Michael Lachowicz's fine traditional French cuisine.
Brewpub from Handlebar owner Josh Deth.
Intimate space, classic Tuscan cuisine.
The vastly varied cuisines of Indonesia, here with an emphasis on street foods.
Although this liquor store/bar doesn't offer much in the way of atmosphere, there's a nearly endless alcohol selection.
Rooftop lounge at the Wit Hotel, featuring two outdoor patios, indoor seating with fireplaces, and a menu of small plates and pizzas.
West Town spot from the guys behind the Fifty/50, featuring Quad Cities-style pizza, hand-tossed and cut into rectangular slices.
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