Korean restaurant with tabletop grilling, a large sake list, and specialty cocktails.
Lakeview storefront offering authentic Ottoman fare, including some rarely found specialties.
Michigan Avenue location of an upmarket chain of American restaurants.
The city's best bagels. Cash only.
Mexican restaurant from Raul Arreola, a veteran of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo.
Swoon-worthy Pueblan specialties, exactingly prepared.
Great burgers and other way-above-average bar food.
Not a bar per se, though you can BYOB, this hookah lounge offers a tea menu and premium hand-rolled cigars in addition to more than 50 flavors of tobacco; a small retail area is stocked with everything you need for shisha. There's pillow seating, private rooms, free Wi-Fi, and games—chess, checkers, backgammon—but no food.
Kebab stand and Middle Eastern restaurant where you can feast for cheap.
Casablanca-themed steak joint in the southern suburbs; be prepared to wait.
Longtime Argyle Street favorite for smoked duck and other Chinese delicacies.
Chicago's only Tunisian restaurant.
Casual, bistrolike Argentine restaurant serving beef, empanadas, beef, pastas, salads, chicken, and beef.
Big, cheap, starchy Polish home-style meals.
First local location of an Asian megachain offering fried chicken and pizza with Korean twists.
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