Kosher addition to the Chicago French Market.
At 5 PM this grocery stocking Jaffa Cakes, Yorkshire Tea, and other British and Irish imports becomes a restaurant.
Strip-mall restaurant offering pan pizza, plus sandwiches, ribs, chicken, and pasta.
This yellow-and-red-trimmed shack brazenly belches sweet, porky, hickory fumes from its smokestack, mocking the health food store across the street. While ribs and tips are delicately rendered, they still maintain a satisfying, tooth-tugging chew. Appropriately, the sauce is an afterthought—too sticky-sweet and maybe a better summertime treat, frozen on a stick. But the finely ground hot link, a sausage rarely worth going out of the way for, is bravely peppered, intensely clovey, and by rights should make this lonely stretch of the south suburbs better traveled. —Mike Sula
Neighborhood spot going beyond tacos and burritos with the pambazo, a Mexican sandwich.
An ersatz old-timey sandwich shop in the West Loop slings made-to-order Reubens and more.
One of the old staples of the Lettuce Entertain You empire, Scoozi! remains a cavernous, battered, but festive warehouse.
Taco counter from a couple of upscale-Mex-restaurant vets.
British Isle favorites and contemporary Irish bistro fare from the family of the late owner of Murphy's Bleachers.
Sandwiches on house-made bread from a Kendall College grad.
Hotel seafood restaurant with fresh fare and an inviting outdoor patio.
South Loop breakfast-and-lunch spot specializing in--what else--eggs.
Gladstone Park tapas restaurant from chef-owner Virgilio Trujillo; BYO.
Diner offering Middle Eastern and Mexican food in addition to breakfast and other grill standards.
Soul-food restaurant helmed by staffers of its renowned predecessor, Edna's.
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