Safe from confusion until Linkin Park gets rich enough to purchase naming rights to the United Center, Lincoln Park Stadium's 3800sqft do have a bit of an arena feel thanks to a massive 80in flatscreen suspended from the ceiling (and 17 smaller-but-still-big screens flanking it), and if you're the skybox type, there's even a leather sofa'd VIP area for keeping out the riffraff.
These may look like normal Buffalo wings, but they're actually spiced up North African-style with harissa paste, or if you're weirdly not into Tunisian flavor, opt for BBQ or Thai peanut.
This house slaw-kicked crispy pork belly's cooked in a reduction of braised cherries and Anchor Steam, just to make sure you're getting enough beer.
Your girlfriend is always nagging you about taking her to a B&B, so take her to this B&B Burger with a 1/2lb of Angus, caramelized onions, horseradish sauce, melted Brie, and smoked bacon. Then eat it when she breaks up with you and leaves.
The gold-medal Stadium Chili's an award-winning recipe the chef brings from Kitsch'n in Roscoe Village: a beef & pork combo with American ale, tortilla chips, green onions, and cheese in a bread bowl.
Modeled after a ballpark favorite at Seattle’s Safeco field, these garlic Rally Fries with truffle aioli can make life better even when you strike out harder than Richie Sexson.
Look at Bill Plaschke staring at this beer! The dozen taps include Hopdinger Pale Ale, Saugatuck ESB Amber, and Founders Dirty Bastard, which will likely be a regular inside Linkin Park Stadium.