Clubby offshoot of El Tapatio, just across the street from the original.
Streeterville location of the taco place from the people behind Zocalo.
Millennium Park-friendly gastropub; the executive chef is now Mike Clark.
Slick crowd, long waits, better appetizers than steaks.
Huge, sceney Spanish restaurant from the brothers Sandoval, of Mercadito; chef-partner Ryan Poli has moved on.
Kid-friendly neighborhood spot offering comfort food and brick-fired pizza.
Formerly Fearon, this Irish pub and sports bar has a large patio featuring two outdoor TV's and special hours for sporting events such as the World Cup.
Funky neighborhood bar with a vinyl-playing jukebox, a garden out back, window art displays, and free pool during the week. Cash only; ATM inside.
Outdoor dining on the 16th-floor terrace, with a menu of casual fare and the priciest drinks in town.
Chain outpost connected to the Courtyard by Marriott hotel at Midway Airport.
Small-plates restaurant and bar; the chef is Matt Troost (Fianco).
Chain steak house in "Lakeshore East," a planned community west of Columbus Drive and north of Randolph.
Downtown pub with bar food--burgers, wings, and so on--and busty servers. The kitchen is open late: it closes 45 minutes before the pub closes.
Upscale bar with classic cocktails as well as a small-plates menu for late-night snacking.
Corporate Irish pub with late-night hours, still a rarity in Evanston.
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