Classic, reasonably priced tapas in a cavernous—and at times cacophonous—space.
Venerable Cuban cafe; reservations are accepted on weekdays only.
Lakeview storefront offering authentic Ottoman fare, including some rarely found specialties.
Small gem of a restaurant and bakery.
Access to Tony Mantuano's marvelous Italian cooking at prices much more affordable than those of its famous neighbor, Spiaggia. The addition of small plates for sharing makes it even more accessible.
The former Austrian Bakery offers European breads, cookies, pastries, and specialty cakes, plus a cafe menu including Austrian soups.
The best damn Cuban sandwiches in town.
Tiny carry-out shack at the foot of the 95th Street Bridge that's still smoking and frying a range of aquatic critters. Cash only, with an ATM on the premises.
Sophisticated Italian fare with a focus on organic and sustainably raised meat and produce.
Neighborhood tavern with a pool table and 17 televisions, specializing in super-thin-crust pizza.
Hulking Chicago location of the Dallas-based chain.
Great wood-fired pizza and some Italian favorites you don't see every day.
Carnitas worth waiting for.
Minimalist breakfast-and-lunch spot with gorgeous breads and pastries on offer.
Swoon-worthy Pueblan specialties, exactingly prepared.
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