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Famous old dining room inside what used to be the State Street Marshall Fields and now flies under the red star.
Not, as touted, the world's best fried chicken, but this palace of kitsch is worth a trip if, say, you're a fan of Wall Drug.
Throwback 24-hour diner by the Maxwell Street Market.
In a city blessed with so many Vienna Beef hot dog stands, Wiener and Still Champion stands out, both for its attention to detail and its creativity. The fresh burgers and Chicago hot dogs are among the best of their kind, but it's the more unique offerings that make the trip to this unprepossessing storefront truly worthwhile. The signature item is the Dippin' Dog, a corn dog handmade to order. A large number of dipping sauces—including Argentine herb, garlic aioli, and curry ketchup, among others—go well with the Dippin' Dogs, as well as the hand-cut, double-fried, skin-on fries. And don't tell your cardiologist, but Wiener and Still Champion also offers some of the best country-fried bacon you'll find anywhere. If the owner, Gus, is in the house (as is usually the case) ask him about any off-menu items he may be working on—you're likely to be pleasantly, greasily surprised. Cash only. —Tom Keith
Late-night hot dog joint with a famously profane counter staff.
Oak Brook clone of Lettuce Entertain You's popular American wood oven/grill/rotisserie restaurant.
Small Near North sandwich shop, open from 8 to 8 daily.
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