Drinks, bar food, and dancing.
Famed 30,000-square-foot venue kitty-corner from Wrigley Field: six bars, live music, a bar-food menu, and hundreds of boisterous drunken Cubs fans. The kitchen closes at 11.
Bakery serving house-made croissants and chimney cakes, a Hungarian-Romanian confection of pastry dough wrapped around a spindle, brushed with oil and sugar, baked, and rolled in various toppings.
Cuban cafe welcome on a restaurant-poor stretch of Clybourn.
Lincoln Square banh mi shop.
Rogers Park coffee shop serving Ethiopian specialties in addition to breakfast, sandwiches, salads, and smoothies.
Japanese-Thai restaurant from the chef-owners of the now shuttered Tom Yum Thai & Japanese Cuisine.
Formerly Aloha Grill, this is one of few Chicago restaurants specializing in island fare.
Brick-and-mortar location of the food truck serving Cornish pasties, soups, and salads.
Quick-service spot serving burgers, hand-cut fries, and malts and shakes.
Beloved sausage stand with a sense of humor.
Rogers Park storefront specializing in the cuisine of northern Iran.
24 taps flow with a rotating selection of beer at Quenchers, which has 300 different brews available at all times. The bar serves food, too—including a tater tot pizza—and offers music seven nights a week, no cover. Cash only; ATM inside.
Tamalera Alicia Romero's Mexican restaurant and tamale stand; it's BYO and cash only.
Cuban restaurant in Lincolnwood; it's BYO for now with a liquor license in the works.
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