New Loop location of the banh mi institution.
Venerable Vietnamese bakery and purveyor of banh mi.
Indian and Pakistani cuisine come to the West Loop.
Founded by a couple of U. of C. grads and located in the Experimental Station, this environmentally conscious "cafe and social center" offers a small menu of soup, salads, and sandwiches, all served in biodegradable materials; all food waste at the cafe is composted. It's also a used bookstore and hosts events like cooking classes, a monthly supper, and a new Wednesday avant-garde jazz night, when it's BYO. It's now offering a brunch buffet on Sundays.
North Park Filipino restaurant.
Lakeview outpost of the tacky Hawaiian coffee chain.
High-end dining veteran Jonathan Ory mans the counter and bakes the pastries at this coffee shop all too conveniently located by the Paulina Brown Line stop.
BYO purveyor of the Canadian artery clogger, offering multiple variations on the theme of fries, cheese curds, and gravy.
Bakery that also offers flatbread pizzas, soup, and sandwiches in addition to breads and sweets including fruit crisps and tarts.
Breakfast, lunch, and brunch place from two grads of the French Pastry School, offering creative, bacon-centric takes on items ranging from frittatas and French toast to sandwiches and soups.
Euro-style spot offering Belgian zucker waffles, gelato, and Italian coffee.
CLOSED. Edgewater cafe by the Granville el stop.
Authentic Mexican cuisine, including tacos al pastor and huachinango.
Pie and fresh-baked biscuits and biscuit sandwiches.
Upscale pub featuring house-made sausages and 32 beers on tap, with more than 60 available in bottles.
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