Bright Italian restaurant in Pilsen.
Kooky but fun restaurant and lounge from Tony Hu.
Sprawling modern Chinese restaurant with five private rooms in addition to the two bustling main dining rooms.
Bakery/coffeehouse serving gourmet sandwiches, soup, and quiche. Made-to-order cakes available.
Soul food restaurant now with a new cook.
Morgan Park soul food restaurant from a Hurricane Katrina refugee.
Great fried chicken from a dark, forbidding little hole conveniently adjacent to Lee's E.T. Lounge.
Quintessentially Hyde Park, and frequented by an eclectic mix of locals, students, game watchers, and professors, Jimmy's is a dive bar with a dim, cavernous interior and a quirky soul. The beer selection's good and cheap, with Leinenkugel and Fat Tire on tap for a little more than $10 a pitcher. The bartenders are brisk and businesslike and make their martinis strong. The burgers and brats are decent, but God in heaven are the fries perfect. Live bands on Sundays with no cover. Cash only, ATM inside.
French bistro that packs in the heretofore frite-deprived Beverlyites.
Currently closed. Shrimp creole, knockout gumbo, and other Louisiana and southern classics, including cake in a jar.
Justifiably famous ribs; some say the best in the city.
Home-style granny food without fanciness or fuss, served up by a 31-year veteran of the late, great Gladys' Luncheonette.
Restaurant run by students at Washburne Culinary Institute; a three-course lunch is $7.
Eclectic Hyde Park restaurant where you can get anything from sushi to pizza and chase it down with a martini.
One of the better burgers in Chicago--maybe even the best.
259 total results