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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.
Beauty Bar
Chicago location of the kitschy chain.
The Beetle
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.
Butch McGuire's
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.
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.
Hamburger Mary's
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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