Revamped restaurant in the Hyatt Regency, serving "locally sourced" fare from purveyors including Dean Foods and Einstein Bros. Bagels.
Michigan Avenue location of an upmarket chain of American restaurants.
Barbecued pulled pork, brisket, or chicken served with a choice of five sauces and sides.
Southern-themed Lettuce restaurant featuring barbecue and two bars with cocktails and a selection of whiskeys masterminded by Paul McGee, formerly of the Whistler.
Wells Street location for ribs, steaks, and good-value, well-packaged carryout.
Loud, rude, raucous, and proud of it. Beer by the quart, BBQ by the bucket.
Old Town BBQ place best for ribs and a pleasant summer patio.
Chicago French Market barbecue stand, now chef-owner Charlie McKenna's HQ after a fire in the Bucktown location.
A Loop institution, next to the Palmer House.
Self-service pizza place.
The pork chops are grilled to order at this shoebox of a restaurant across the street from the Board of Trade.
Memorabilia-filled grill frequented by pols and fans of fast food with an eye toward the healthy.
A 240-seat, 8,300-square-foot tourist magnet peddling industrial-grade backyard grilling.
Warm, loud, lodgelike Lettuce Entertain You setting for carnivorous excess.
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