West Town sushi spot that also offers tempura, noodles, robata skewers, and other Japanese dishes.
Coffee roastery next to the Blue Line stop at Chicago, serving house-roasted drip coffee and pastries from Alliance Bakery.
Contemporary American restaurant in the former 27th Ward library building.
This family-owned cafe serves an extensive menu of traditional Puerto Rican favorites and lots of seafood.
Casual Italian place on Grand Avenue.
Comfortable bar and grill with outdoor seating.
West Town spot offering coal-fired east-coast-style thin-crust pizza.
Sprawling bar with a rooftop lounge.
Unpretentious neighborhood favorite serving American food with a southwestern twist.
Chef Eusebio Garcia (Amelia's Grill, Mundial Cucina Mestizo) brings his upscale Mexican food with global influences to the north side.
Western-themed barstaurant where chef Brian Jupiter is specializing in whole-animal cookery, game, and oysters in addition to more traditional bar fare.
West Town Cuban spot with what may be the best ropa vieja in Chicago.
New sushi spot; a liquor license is in the works but it will remain BYO as well.
French-influenced Mexican cuisine from chef Carlos Gaytan.
Ukrainian Village mainstay for pizza and Italian-American.
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