Italian restaurant offering house-made stuffed pastas and other classic primi, secondi, and dolci.
Counter-service storefront offering extremely cheap Japanese and Korean dishes.
Japanese-Korean-run barbecue where the panchan are little milder, the beef is a little leaner, and the whole experience is a little more refined than at your typical kalbi place.
Kedzie Avenue Middle Eastern restaurant; zoning currently prohibits it from being BYOB.
Korean bakery; many items are made with rice flour and red bean paste.
Taqueria with late-night hours and late-night-appropriate eats.
Colombian rotisserie chicken joint offering a superior hen soup.
Albany Park storefront offering both sushi and Ecuadoran food.
Middle Eastern restaurant and shop for specialties like katayif, a Ramadan treat.
CLOSED. New restaurant in the space formerly occupied by the venerable Kang Nam, serving Chinese, Korean, and Chinese-Korean.
Dive bar with an attached liquor store, standard bar fare--burgers, ribs, gyros--and occasional karaoke.
BYO South American seafood restaurant.
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