First Chicago outpost of the Hogs and Honey of sushi-joint chains.
Upscale Mediterranean/French restaurant in the former Montparnasse space.
Neighborhood sports bar with a railroad theme.
Giant, theme-based restaurant that Raters admit is tacky but say is "great for kids."
Rainforest-themed American chain where faux thunderstorms, electronic animals and bird calls rope kids in.
Elegant Lincoln Park Indian restaurant with typically spicy, lively fare.
Fast-food versions of Indian and soul food.
Lettuce Entertain You's ramen spot.
New Andersonville outpost of the small local chain known for its pizza and bizarrely indifferent service.
Traditional Ethiopian dining complete with mossabs.
Not the worst along Devon, but not the best either.
Cafe offering sandwiches, prepared meals for takeaway, baked goods and desserts, and specialty items.
Cheap all-you-can-eat Polish place serving a lavish spread of hearty, filling fare.
Second location for this cheap all-you-can-eat Polish place.
Contemporary American restaurant and lounge in the old Avenue M space.
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