East-coast-style thin-crust from J. Spillane, one of the originals at Coalfire. Cash only; BYO.
BYO Mexican restaurant offering farm-to-table small plates. Cash only.
Somalian restaurant authentic in every way.
Bar and grill on the rooftop of the venerable sausage purveyor. Cash only.
An oasis for cheap, fresh Indo-Paki food, open 24 hours daily. Cash only.
Long-popular Lincoln Park dive serving tasty crab legs and other seafood. Cash only.
Unassuming Korean hole-in-the-wall famed for its ox-bone soup.
Cabbie hangout with a pool table and some worthy south Indian chow. Cash only.
Cabbie hangout also known as Sukur's Place, offering coffee, tea, and soft drinks, plus doner kebabs and other Turkish street foods.
A darker, divier alternative to the big Boystown club scene. Cash only; ATM inside.
BYO South American seafood restaurant.
Though officially there's no food at Maxine's, the owners put out a buffet on holidays--corned beef on St. Patrick's Day, etc.--and there are always hot dogs on Sundays. A patio for smoking is in the back yard of this bar whose motto is "Where Friends Meet Friends." Cash only.
Tavern popular for burgers and beer; fireplaces in winter, patio in summer.
Geezer-filled dive bar. Cash only.
American grill classics plus Korean standards like bi bim bop in the shadow of the el tracks.
24 total results