Italian-American restaurant next to the Hotel Allegro.
Decent bar food and plasma screens in Lincoln Square.
Sophisticated fare and a mag Mag Mile view on the fourth floor of the Omni Hotel. Offerings range from a tableside breakfast buffet to a signature club sandwich with tuna, prosciutto, and portobello to dinner entrees like rack of lamb with cremini, raisins, and thyme jus.
South-side rib joint with affable service and BBQ best avoided.
Neighborhood diner where the soup never fails, the eggs are fluffy and buttery, and the Jello is always red.
Typical lox and bagels, sandwiches, and pastries; one of a chain.
Chef Kevin Hickey's revamp of Seasons, featuring a playful, more casual menu as well as some fine-dining standards.
Formerly Aloha Grill, this is one of few Chicago restaurants specializing in island fare.
Classic Italian beef stand considered by many the city's best.
The River North location of the classic Italian beef stand considered by many the city's best.
French deli specializing in baguette sandwiches, homemade soups, and baked goods.
Lincoln Park hookah lounge.
Revamped restaurant in the Hyatt Regency, serving "locally sourced" fare from purveyors including Dean Foods and Einstein Bros. Bagels.
The broad menu at this decades-old jazz club runs from sandwiches to steaks, pasta, pizza, and shrimp de jonghe.
Andersonville outpost of the Chicago institution.
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