Loop location of Restaurant Development Group's popular bar-restaurant chain.
Legendary burger joint famous for its "cheezborgers" and eclectic, journalist-and-tourist-heavy clientele.
Speakeasy-style bar and restaurant around since 1939.
River North dive bar with burgers, board, games, and karaoke.
Bar and grill from the owners of the Blue Frog on LaSalle, offering burgers and sandwiches, a decent range of beers, and karaoke Tuesday through Saturday.
Tiny River North kitchen popular for lunchtime takeout.
Venerable Rush Street-area tavern good for burgers, sandwiches, or weekend breakfast.
Build-your-own burger joint in the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers. In summer it's open seven days a week from 11 AM to 9 PM and offers outdoor seating.
New Loop "dining destination" in the landmark Carbide & Carbon building.
Faux-50s diner with wisecrackin waitstaff; popular with tourists, suburbanites, and families.
City location of a suburban minichain, open 24/7 Thursday through Saturday.
Quick-serve restaurant offering burgers that if not healthy are at least eco-friendly--and pretty tasty.
South Loop outpost of the bar-restaurant chain best known for its burgers and onion loaf.
Worldwide "rock-n-roll" burger chain where atmosphere dominates.
Sprawling new South Loop sports bar with 22 screens and 99 beers, including 16 on tap. The large menu offers design-your-own burgers and pizzas, a large roster of sandwiches and appetizers, and some curveballs like spicy Sicilian shrimp on polenta.
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