The Duck Inn is a cozy, retro inspired gastro-tavern located at Loomis Street and the Chicago River. It combines locally sourced dining with creative duck dishes and other American menu items. It has a delicious menu of craft cocktails and local beers.
Gio’s Café will surprise you. As you enter the deli, you’ll discover a cozy Italian kitchen with checked table cloths and a delicious menu of meat, chicken, seafood, and pasta dishes. Other offerings include freshly prepared Panini sandwiches, sausage and peppers, and arrancini. Portions are large and the price is right. A BYOB restaurant.
Enjoy a prix-fixe Pan-Asian experience at Han 202. Select from beautifully plated unique dishes in a five course menu. It is fine dining at an unbelievably affordable low price. Attentive service in a comfortable charming atmosphere. Bring along your favorite wine or beer because it is BYOB.
Nana is a farm-to-table organic restaurant focused on sustainable and seasonal ingredients. This family-owned restaurant serves delicious breakfast and brunch dishes with Mexican influences. The atmosphere is warm and cozy with exposed brick walls and butcher block tables. They offer fresh squeezed juices and house-made chorizo. Nana also has a full bar with a wide selection of daytime cocktails and beverages.
Everything about this truck is more than pleasant. The pies are delicious and owners Art and Chelsea Jackson are delightful.
Northern Chinese food and authentic pot stickers are served.
Ricobene’s remains an old-school Chicago comfort food staple, most famous for their breaded steak sandwich.