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A photo of L. Woods Tap and Pine Lodge restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(7943)
Price: Moderate
• American • Lincolnwood
Booked 86 times today
Experience the nostalgia of a Northwoods Supper Club at L.Woods Tap & Pine Lodge. The menu features American classics and barbecue specialties. Menu highlights include 12-Hour Smoked Prime Brisket, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, BBQ Ribs, and Wisconsin Fish Fry Friday.
A photo of Swift & Sons Tavern and Oyster Bar - Wrigleyville restaurant
4.5
Awesome(844)
Price: Moderate
• American • Wrigleyville
Booked 56 times today
Located right across from Wrigley Field, Swift Tavern is a neighborhood eatery and watering hole serving up po’boys, steak sandwiches, and oysters on the half shell charming families and game-goers alike. Experience homespun culinary classics from Chef Chris Pandel alongside the hospitality expertise of Swift & Sons in one of the city’s most treasured communities.
A photo of Anteprima restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(3473)
Price: Expensive
• Italian • Andersonville
Booked 32 times today
Anteprima's regionally inspired, rustic cooking comes from recipes we've learned in homes throughout Italy. We search the finest ingredients obtainable, buying from local and organic producers whenever possible. Buon appetito!
A photo of Farm Bar - Ravenswood restaurant
4.4
Awesome(189)
Price: Expensive
• Farm-to-table • Lincoln Square
ARRIBA, a rooftop margarita bar with Latin inspired snacks from the wood fired oven, is NOW OPEN! Join us on a first-come, first-served basis. NO RESERVATIONS. WEATHER PERMITTING. Farm Bar is a neighborhood farm-to-table restaurant with locations in Ravenswood and Lakeview. We serve homestyle food with ingredients from Brown Dog Farm in Mineral Point Wisconsin. Stop by for dinner to indulge in our Classic Burger and Wisconsin Cheese Curds. Our mixologists behind the bar will shake up cocktails or pour a glass of local wine to pair with brunch on the weekends. We limit our environmental footprint by using a digital menu linked to our tables with a QR code. Upon request, an ipad can be provided along with removing our inflation fee.
A photo of Khmai restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(44)
Price: Expensive
• Cambodian • North of Foster / Rogers Park
Booked 21 times today
Khmai Cambodian is a culinary journey that celebrates rich heritage and indomitable spirit of Cambodia. Named as an homage to Khmer, the native language, Mai means mother, which pays homage to Chef's mother. Our restaurant is a testament to the enduring bond between family and food.Khmai Cambodian is Inspired by the childhood experiences of our founder, Mona Sang, and her mother, Sarom Sieng, who survived the Cambodian genocide, our menu pays tribute to their unwavering resilience and passion for cooking. As a James Beard Semifinalist for Best New Restaurant in 2023, Khmai Cambodian has earned acclaim for its commitment to preserving and showcasing the culinary treasures of Cambodia.Also enjoy our new concept Kaun Khmai, where the spirit of Cambodia comes alive through bold flavors and vibrant experiences. Translating to "Children of Cambodia," our lively and casual atmosphere invites you to explore the innovative fusion of traditional Khmer street food with a generational twist.
A photo of Little Madrid Tapas Cafe restaurant
4.5
Awesome(202)
Price: Expensive
• Tapas / Small Plates • Andersonville
Booked 19 times today
In January 2020, Little Madrid Tapas Café opened in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood, a small, cozy, and colorful space. The restaurant transported guests back to Old Madrid with its warm atmosphere, delicious flavors, and enticing aromas that emanated from the kitchen. With a global pandemic raging around the world, Little Madrid Tapas Café remained a steady presence in the neighborhood and soon emerged as one of the best Spanish restaurants in Chicago.
A photo of Eden restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(1485)
Price: Expensive
• American • Avondale
Eden’s ever-evolving brunch, lunch, dinner and beverage menus focus on the use of high-quality and seasonal ingredients, with an approach based on simplifying the process that goes into crafting each dish. This focus produces robust, clean flavors to compliment the flowers and herbs from our on-site greenhouse that also add beauty to each dish. Our 20’ x 28’ greenhouse allows us to grow all year, reduce our carbon footprint by sourcing on-site, and it helps the local ecosystem by attracting pollinators. Our sustainability efforts also include composting organic material left over during food preparation. Free Parking is available and easily accessible in the private lot across the street from the restaurant.
A photo of Happy Camper Pizzeria Wrigleyville restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(910)
Price: Moderate
• Pizzeria • Wrigleyville
Booked 73 times today
Happy Camper Wrigleyville is located just blocks away from Wrigley Field. The year-round patio, rooftop bar and vibrant decor provides guests with a variety of unique dining experiences. There’s not a better combination of pizza, booze, vibes and happiness in the whole universe than what you'll get here. PLEASE NOTE: Minors must be accompanied by parent or guardian.We only accept Credit Card. No Cash.
A photo of Kie-Gol-Lanee restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(134)
Price: Moderate
• Mexican • Uptown
Booked 17 times today
Opened in 2016, this Uptown Mexican eatery continues to gather accolades, including a spot on The New York Times' recommendations "36 hours in Chicago" and four straight years of being a MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand restaurant right up to the present.An immersive experience of Oaxacan cuisine featuring layudas (a.k.a. Mexican pizza), tamales oaxaqueños, enchiladas de mole, cornish hen and tacos de birria just to name a few. Their selection of margaritas made with homemade agua frescas with no artificial syrups and mimosas on the weekends is a must! Diners know to leave room too for the Oaxacan nicuatole (a flavored flan) and tres leches cake.Kie-Gol-Lanee comes from the Zapotec dialect meaning "Piedra Antigua" (old stone). Its Spanish version "Quiegolani" is the name of a small village in Oaxaca, Mexico, where the owners and siblings are from. Maria and Reynel Mendoza run this operation with their spouses, Leo and Sandra, whose mission is to preserve their family’s original recipes.
A photo of Itoko restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(421)
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • Lakeview / East Lakeview
Booked 54 times today
Situated in Lakeview's iconic Southport Corridor, Itoko is a neighborhood Japanese and robata restaurant from Gene Kato, Executive Chef of Momotaro. “Itoko” means cousin in Japanese, and refers to the connection with Momotaro, located in the Fulton Market District. The menu features the high level of ingredients and technique that Chicago has come to expect from Chef Kato, alongside a beautiful interior curated for the Southport neighborhood. The menu itself features uniquely interpreted sushi rolls that allow the high-quality fish to be the star of the sushi experience. In addition, an innovative beverage menu with a focus on cocktails & highballs highlights the relationship between the technique of the food created by the kitchen and how this is complimented by the beverage selection. This is supplemented by a compelling sake program (designed to demystify the tradition of the Japanese spirit).

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