Bold, authentic Thai flavors are on the menu at Andy’s Thai Kitchen. You’ll find a selection of perfectly prepared classic Thai dishes, many packing a heated punch. To keep their prices competitive, credit cards are not accepted – cash only. BYOB.
This sunny pastry shop offers a tantalizing variety of sweet and savory treats to tempt you in a charming cafe setting.
A sustainably minded BYOB restaurant serving Latin American inspired shared plates with a farm fresh twist. Meals are designed to be shared at the table with fresh tortillas and tostadas. Dishes are prepared without using unnatural additives or ingredients. The menu changes each month based on seasonally available products.
Crisp specializes in Korean fried chicken and their signature Buddha bowls. Along with a lively atmosphere, they also offer Korean burritos and kimchee.
Crosby’s Kitchen offers perfectly prepared American fare. The menu is simple and delicious; the cornbread appetizer is a favorite. You’ll see deliciously succulent chicken on the rotisserie in this open kitchen style restaurant. The ambiance is comfortable and lacks pretense. A full-service bar also boasts delicious cocktails.
Authentic Mexican dishes are served in a pleasant atmosphere at El Nuevo Mexicano. While the recipes are traditional, you will also find a sizable menu of vegan and vegetarian, as well as gluten free offerings. Service is great. Don’t forget to order a delicious and plentiful margarita!
Kurds from Syria and Turkey join together to create an authentic and eclectic Mediterranean-Middle Eastern menu. Sit and enjoy The Gundis, Chicago’s first Kurdish restaurant.
Divas, who impersonate iconic performers and lip-sync their songs, serenade patrons as they dine on eclectic contemporary American cuisine in a bright interior that is reminiscent of 1950s supper clubs.
Casual and cafe style French fare at a moderate price bless this establishment which has been in the same location since 1972.
The menu features the zesty, earthy cuisine of Rome and the surrounding Tuscany area. The pasta menu changes seasonally. This sophisticated, yet fun trattoria offers a selection of value focused Italian and American wines and excellent service.
Milt’s Barbecue for the Perplexed is a comfortable neighborhood gathering place serving kosher barbecue, in-house smoked meats and a variety of vegetarian options prepared in a nut-free environment. You’ll find a great cocktail program as well. Profits are shared with local charities.
Redhot Ranch is a no-frills neighborhood spot serving up burgers, hot dogs, and fresh-cut fries.
A chique sushi restaurant with a fresh seafood, traditional Japanese entrees, appetizers, and a decent sake menu.
A quaint cafe inside a fine food grocery. The cafe serves quality focused, modern comfort food. Great for breakfast or lunch....both served all day long!
A simple Argentine storefront tucked away at the north end of the hot Southport strip. It's a bonanza for beefeaters on a budget. Friendly service and recorded folk music enhance the experience.
Tied House is a modern, New American restaurant connected to Schubas Tavern. With a creative food menu and cocktails to match, this airy space has a lot to offer all types of diners.
Wakamono offers a traditional Japanese menu that emphasizes a high standard for the art and flavor of the cuisine. Sushi rolls, sashimi, tempora, and ramen dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients and with generous portions. The ambiance is contemporary and relaxing.