Famed 30,000-square-foot venue kitty-corner from Wrigley Field: six bars, live music, a bar-food menu, and hundreds of boisterous drunken Cubs fans. The kitchen closes at 11.
Bakery serving house-made croissants and chimney cakes, a Hungarian-Romanian confection of pastry dough wrapped around a spindle, brushed with oil and sugar, baked, and rolled in various toppings.
Casual Italian fare and gelato across from Millennium Park; this is just one location of the local minichain.
Swoon-worthy Pueblan specialties, exactingly prepared.
Homey Logan Square deli/coffee/ice cream shop with terrific sandwiches served on house-baked bread.
Hot dog stand open till the wee hours and conveniently located next door to Clark Street Bar.
Cuban coffee house offering breakfast, pressed sandwiches, and Latin American platillos along with American selections.
West Town spot offering coal-fired east-coast-style thin-crust pizza.
Trinidadian food in a sparkling south-side space lively with island tunes.
Huge Korean grocery store with a self-serve bar of panchan and a "Snack Corner" dishing out soups, stir-fries, dumplings, fried chicken wings, and rice dishes.
Bronzeville restaurant pitching--you guessed it--chicken and waffles.
Pioneer all-vegetarian diner.
Fast-food Mexican chain offering burritos and tacos in a sleek, modern space.
Quick-service "Indian diner" in the South Loop; the owner has designs on a franchise.
Elegant old-style Drake Hotel lounge where insiders admire the classic service.
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