The region's only Afghan restaurant, highlighted by owner Nasir Raufi and his wife's care with the cuisine's subtle dishes.
Chinese-Korean restaurant offering authentic versions of Korean mainstays and Korean-influenced Chinese cuisines.
Quick-service restaurant offering flame-broiled chicken (quarter, half, whole), a salad bar priced by the pound, and 14 sides including mac 'n' cheese, dirty rice, and carrots with pineapple salsa.
Grocery and bakery offering hornado, roast pig, and other Ecuadoran specialties for on weekends.
Family-run storefront serving pollo a la brasa (i.e., rotisserie chicken) and other Peruvian specialties.
Pan-Asian-sushi neighborhood place, the first in Irving Park.
Colorful Irving Park mariscos restaurant.
Northwest-side neighborhood bar.
Another location of the popular much-more-than-pizza chain.
Filipino restaurant and karaoke lounge in the former Bank Shots Bar and Grill.
An Italian eatery dishing out classic cuisine, pasta to veal. There's a weekday lunch buffet for $6.95. On Monday's it's pick-up and delivery only.
Specials—and handmade tortillas—are the thing at this tiny storefront with a surprisingly broad menu.
Pan-Latin restaurant specializing in seafood.
New incarnation of a longtime breakfast-and-lunch spot.
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