Long-standing Italian bakery famous for its tomato bread and sesame bread sticks. Cash only.
Handmade doughnuts, 24 hours a day, six days a week.
Dry-aged steaks are the attraction at this restaurant in the James Chicago Hotel.
Restaurant offering the Mexican hot dog as well as other south-of-the-border specialties. Alcohol prohibited.
Gourmet doughnuts from two LEYE vets.
Tex-Mex diner from the team behind Big Star.
Teeny northwest-side sandwich shack.
Hot dog stand founded by the late "Fat" Phil Ashbach, former co-owner of the venerable Herm's Hot Dog Palace. Cash only.
Chicken and down-home comfort cooking. Cash only; BYO.
Jonathan Fox (La Madia) gets in on the gourmet doughnut wave, just a few blocks away from the progenitor, Doughnut Vault. Carryout only.
Tiny bakery-cafe in the Lillstreet Art Center. Proceeds help provide meals for the homeless.
The Green City Market favorite's brick-and-mortar site in Lincoln Park. Friday is pizza night, with reservations accepted.
Chicago French Market sandwich stop and deli featuring Montreal-style pastrami and other premium smoked meats.
Coffee brewed your way and a limited but appealing menu.
Scott Harris's foray into doughnuts, this location tucked into a corner of Francesca's Forno.
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