It has a separate downstairs meal counter for grab-and-go
Whether you’re in need of a quick breakfast before work, a to-go lunch, or a coffee from local roaster I Have a Bean, the offshoot Loncheria, accessible via the Block 37 pedway, makes for a convenient stop when you need to refuel on the go.
All the wall art is hand-painted with a Dia de los Muertos vibe
The space is flush with bright, cheerful art, such as a floor-to-ceiling sugar skull mural, an oceanic scene at the Mariscos bar, and colorful designs painted on structural columns, painted by skillful Chicago-based painter Teresa Magaña.
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Kailley Lindman is a contributing writer for Thrillist Chicago, as well as a freelance food photographer, food blogger at KailleysKitchen.com, and recovering vegetarian. Follow her at @KailleysKitchen.