Hot, hearty, home-cooked lunches at a venerable Back of the Yards tavern.
Family-run restaurant and tequila bar.
Private club in the basement of Ida Noyes Hall with more than 100 beers; admission for nonmembers is $3.
Pilsen restaurant from Jason Hammel and Amalea Tshilds of Lula Cafe; Jason Vincent is the executive chef, overseeing a seasonal menu that changes daily.
Old-neighborhood Italian place where portions are generous, prices are low, food is well above par.
Great burgers and other way-above-average bar food.
The Hyde Park classic.
Tony Hu's celebrated Szechuan restaurant, featuring an endless menu that runs from crab rangoon to LaLaLa Extremely Spicy Diced Fish LeShan Style (with bone).
Sprawling modern Chinese restaurant with five private rooms in addition to the two bustling main dining rooms.
All-organic Bridgeport restaurant.
Charming and contemporary; a bit more elegant than its neighbors.
Opened in 1927, this huge Chinatown dining room holds the title as the oldest restaurant in Chinatown. A steep flight of stairs leads up to the second-floor room where dim sum is served up to 4 PM.
Pilsen barbecue joint from a veteran of the festival round.
Cantonese and Mandarin specialties and good dim sum; it has a sister restaurant in Uptown.
Hyde Park location of local family-owned pizza/Italian chain.
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