Typical lox and bagels, sandwiches, and pastries; one of a chain.
Jewish soul food: lox 'n' bagels and matzo ball soup reign supreme.
Friendly neighborhood coffee shop under the Ravenswood stop at Montrose.
Kosher addition to the Chicago French Market.
Cafe in the Seneca Hotel serving breakfast and lunch.
Carryout-focused, European-style deli and bakery that sells groceries such as meats, cheeses, and freshly baked bread, plus sandwiches, salads, and Danish pastries.
Brendan Sodikoff's take on a Jewish deli also draws on his loungey previous spots (Maude's, Bavette's, Au Cheval), serving craft cocktails alongside house-made bagels.
Jewish deli food and, on weekends, late-night noshes in the South Loop.
New north-side location of the South Loop deli.
Clean modern deli, great for that pre-United Center corned beef sandwich.
Popular breakfast spot, crowded on weekends, serving eggs, pancakes, and other standards.
Chicago French Market sandwich stop and deli featuring Montreal-style pastrami and other premium smoked meats.
Vegetarian-friendly kosher food in Skokie.
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