Wrigleyville location of the famous stand.
Lincoln Park location of the local minichain serving thin, pan, and stuffed pizzas.
Andy Aroonrasameruang, formerly of TAC Quick, brings his menu—including his challenging Thai dishes—to a new location.
Chicago's only Indonesian restaurant. Alcohol is prohibited.
Thai and sushi from a vet of Tsunami and Sushi Wabi.
This all-things-to-all-people spot has all the usual trappings of an American Irish pub--fireplace, darts league, passable shepherds pie, and a dozen beers on tap. The sister bar to the downtown Celtic Crossing, its family owned and remarkably friendly. On a recent visit I met Rosie, a fire-haired barmaid with a real brogue, who brought out house-made potato chips still warm from the fryer.
Venerable Vietnamese bakery and purveyor of banh mi.
Breakfast, lunch, and brunch place from two grads of the French Pastry School, offering creative, bacon-centric takes on items ranging from frittatas and French toast to sandwiches and soups.
Euro-style spot offering Belgian zucker waffles, gelato, and Italian coffee.
Just OK northern Chinese serving huge portions.
Rogers Park barbecue shack; alcohol is prohibited.
Violet Hour veteran Stephen Cole's bar, featuring specialty cocktails, punches, and fancied-up bar bites.
Old Town sports bar with a retractable roof and scads of TVs; the menu is mostly burgers, with a few curveballs like Korean tacos.
Grilled cheese emporium featuring deluxe versions of the sandwich along with house-made soups.
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