Decent bar food and plasma screens in Lincoln Square.
Founded by a couple of U. of C. grads and located in the Experimental Station, this environmentally conscious "cafe and social center" offers a small menu of soup, salads, and sandwiches, all served in biodegradable materials; all food waste at the cafe is composted. It's also a used bookstore and hosts events like cooking classes, a monthly supper, and a new Wednesday avant-garde jazz night, when it's BYO. It's now offering a brunch buffet on Sundays.
Chicago location of the kitschy chain.
Formerly the Black Beetle, this Humboldt Park bar serves typical bar food—burgers, pizza, nachos.
CLOSED. Late-night bar and music venue. There's a dress code on Fridays and Saturdays.
Coffeehouse serving pastries, soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Comfy, arty coffee shop that paved the way for the hipsterization of Bridgeport.
Venerable Rush Street-area tavern good for burgers, sandwiches, or weekend breakfast.
Logan Square coffee shop featuring live music and trivia nights, Bobtail ice cream, and some Chicago-made craft beers and spirits.
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.
Neighborhood tavern with tasty bar food.
Casual American restaurant located in a former fire station.
Lincoln Square coffee shop with changing displays by local artists and a garden patio out back.
Chicago location of a San Francisco-based chain, offering dolled-up burgers, in-house brewing and a full bar, and karaoke in the upstairs lounge.
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