This American neighborhood diner will take you back to the soul and blues era of Chicago in the 1960s and 70s with its comfort food and full mezcal and tequila bar.
You have to eat doughnuts when visiting Chicago and the spot to go is Firecakes. he artisanal donuts are made in small batches from an old family recipe for different flavors.
Kick off the weekend with a Vietnamese brunch at HaiSous, a semifinalist for the prestigious James Beard “Best New Restaurant” Award.
Sunda is an Asian fusion restaurant that features Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, and other Southwest Asian cuisines.
Chicago’s most beloved Italian restaurant, Spiaggia, has a sister restaurant, Cafe Spiaggia, with a more casual Italian menu and a spacious dining room.
Considered one of the best fine dining restaurants in Chicago, Girl & The Goat is Stephanie Izard’s first restaurant after winning Top Chef that features rustic small dishes.