Top-notch sandwich shop where the words "local," "seasonal," and "sustainable" have real meaning.
Revived Prohibition-era tavern from the House of Glunz.
Suburban outpost of the national chain specializing in upscale fondue.
Pizzeria frequently cited as having the best thin crust around, now moved from Lakeview to Lincoln Park.
"Contemporary European" restaurant and lounge also offering brunch.
Gabriel Viti's more casual French bistro; Gabriel's, his longtime fine-dining spot, has closed.
Cheery creperie and coffee shop offering both sweet and savory crepes.
Mediterranean-inflected Italian restaurant attached to the Renaissance Hotel.
Fresh, authentic Italian in an old hotel.
Bar featuring 24 beers on tap and an extensive selection of whiskeys, plus beer-friendly food, now overseen by chef Cleetus Friedman.
Like Taylor Street but downtown; a good alternative to corporate fakes.
The place to enjoy great beer and good food cooked with great beer.
Eclectic continental restaurant nestled inside the Merc; convenient for power lunchers and opera buffs.
Charming family-run restaurant serving traditional Italian.
Urban gem featuring sophisticated fare, a great cheese selection, and a wine list with breadth.
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