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1. City Dough2955 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago
2. Azzurra EnoTavola1467 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
3. Summer House Santa Monica1954 N Halsted St, Chicago
4. Hunter & Tails2700 W Chicago Ave, Chicago
5. Unite Urban Grill1450 W Chicago Ave, Chicago
6. Bites Asian Tapas3313 N Clark St, Chicago
7. Urban Belly/BellyQ1400 W Randolph Street, Chicago
8. Lone Wolf806 W Randolph St, Chicago
City Dough is perfect for those days when you can't decide between breakfast or lunch. Try the steak breakfast tacos or their Gouda Burger on for size.
Check out this new Italian addition to the Wicker Park food lineup. They are serving up some great Italian comfort food.
From Lettuce Entertain You, Summer House Santa Monica brings Chicago a much-needed dose of SoCal flavor. The restaurant goes full force with its Angeleno theme, from the beach house-meets-garden party decor to the expansive list of California wines. Seafood and vegetable plates shine on the menu -- which also includes tacos, sushi, and burgers -- but the most notable dishes, like wild mushroom enchiladas and king crab orecchiette, are found under the speciality "Things We Love" section. Pro tip: top off your meal with a bacon chocolate chip cookie from the bakery counter at Summer House's sister restaurant, Stella Barra Pizzeria, which is right next door.
You know you're in the right place when the beer menu is even longer than the food menu. Hunter & Tails is a new establishment and they are serving up some great things, like grass-fed beef burgers and mussels.
Unite Urban Grill just opened its doors and is ready to welcome you in for warm meal. They are serving up some serious hanger steaks and other comfort foods.
Bites is serving up tapas from all across the globe. From Mexico to Japan to India to Vietnam, order as many little plates as you can to travel around the world via your taste buds.
Urban Belly/BellyQ uses a ton of fresh locally sourced ingredients and combines them into some great Asian BBQ dishes. You can have your meat as rare, or as over-cooked as you want because, well... you are the chef.