Carnitas worth waiting for.
24/7 diner serving excellent burgers under armed guard.
Diner serving well-executed breakfast and brunch standards, plus burgers and sandwiches.
Restaurant offering the Mexican hot dog as well as other south-of-the-border specialties. Alcohol prohibited.
Chinatown restaurant with a vast menu replete with items that could challenge even extreme eaters.
Spacious two-steam-table setup on 87th Street that doubles as a Christian ministry run by owner Pastor L. Hopkins.
Sprawling modern Chinese restaurant with five private rooms in addition to the two bustling main dining rooms.
All-organic Bridgeport restaurant.
Friendly soul-food buffet on the site of the late soul-food restaurant H&A, which opened in 1945.
Classic Beverly hamburger stand.
Handmade doughnuts, 24 hours a day, six days a week.
Bridgeport spot serving loose-leaf teas and Metropolis blends, plus pastries (and bacon buns) from Bridgeport Bakery and sandwiches named after other mythical creatures.
Comfy, arty coffee shop that paved the way for the hipsterization of Bridgeport.
Pilsen restaurant with an extensive menu covering Mexican, Italian, and American standards.
Morgan Park soul food restaurant from a Hurricane Katrina refugee.
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