First Chicago outpost of a Guatamalan fried-chicken chain with a cultlike following.
Colombian bar-restaurant with over-the-top decor and lots of meat.
Rogers Park branch of the Albany Park pupuseria.
Latin American steak house in the former Real Tenochtitlan.
Mom-and-pop Belizean food, in the former Tickie's.
Upscale Peruvian restaurant.
By day a cafe serving pastries, specialty coffee drinks, sandwiches, panini, and empanadas; by night a tango studio, with classes, practices, and open dances overseen by owners Dinah D'Antoni and Jorge Niedas. This vibrant storefront is BYO.
Peruvian restaurant from the people behind Arturo's Tacos. Currently closed due to a fire.
Quick-service Brazilian restaurant.
Good tapas in a bright, spacious room, though service is a little on the chaotic side.
Casual Wrigleyville eatery with a sporty vibe.
Casual, bistrolike Argentine restaurant serving beef, empanadas, beef, pastas, salads, chicken, and beef.
Oak Park restaurant serving salgadinhos, small Brazilian snacks, and feijoada, the national dish, a stew of black beans and sausage.
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