Family-run restaurant featuring a broad variety of arepas and empanandas, plus Venezuelan specialties.
Family-run storefront serving pollo a la brasa and other Peruvian specialties.
A second casual BYO spot from Bill Kim (Urban Belly), offering an Asian-Latin quick-serve menu.
One of the few remaining posolerias in Chicago, the soup is available here in red, white, and green varieties.
Lounge/restaurant from the Tango Sur team.
Music after 9 PM.
Empanadas and coffee drinks, mostly for takeout.
Rogers Park branch of the Albany Park pupuseria.
Oak Park restaurant serving salgadinhos, small Brazilian snacks, and feijoada, the national dish, a stew of black beans and sausage.
Latin-style grilled quarter, half, or whole chicken and sides.
Casual Wrigleyville eatery with a sporty vibe.
All empanadas, all the time.
Quick-service Brazilian restaurant.
Casual cafe popular with UIC students, featuring exhibits of art that address social justice.
Grocery and bakery offering hornado, roast pig, and other Ecuadoran specialties for on weekends.
First Chicago outpost of a Guatamalan fried-chicken chain with a cultlike following.
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