Neighborhood diner where the soup never fails, the eggs are fluffy and buttery, and the Jello is always red.
Chicago location of the Evanston quick-service minichain.
Neighborhood tavern with a pool table and 17 televisions, specializing in super-thin-crust pizza.
Original location of this small local sandwich chain, serving subs, soups, and chili.
Rogers Park cafe featuring coffee, ice cream, and weekend brunch in addition to breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Stand offering a dozen kinds of wings and burgers; it's BYO.
Retro diner from the Leona's team.
New northwest-side gastropub.
Pizza, grinders, hoagies, and just about every deep-fried staple you can think of.
Irish-themed sports bar in West Rogers Park.
Morse Avenue takeout and delivery place offering burgers, wraps, chicken, and ribs.
New cafe in the former Cafe Ennui space, which it shares with the bakery Sweet Attila's; both names derive from the owners' pet rabbit.
One of the brighter, better outlets of the venerable chain.
Old hippie/boho oasis serving vegetarian and macrobiotic entrees along with a mean buffalo burger.
Far-north-side outpost of the Leona's-owned burgercentric sports bar, offering exotica such as ostrich burgers in addition to the standards and a large list of craft beers.
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