This small and modern spot serves up creative Chicago-Italian fare, creative cocktails and seasonal specialties. It is located in the adorable downtown Arlington Heights neighborhood.


Ttowa means “come again” in Korean and you will for this traditional Korean cuisine with a modern twist. Bulgogi beef, crispy marinated pork belly, rice bowls, dumplings and a range of spicy flavors await you in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The friendly, helpful service makes this a great place for first-timers to Korean cuisine

Fuego (closed)

Fine authentic Mexican cuisine, inspired by recipes from chef Juan Luis Gonzalez's grandmother. A festive atmosphere filled with music, a wide selection of moles and tequilas, delicious margaritas, and more that invite you to linger in authentic fun. Guacamole made fresh at your table just as you like it!

Mitsuwa Marketplace

Mitsuwa Marketplace Chicago was established in 1991, in Arlington Heights, a suburb of Chicago. To this date, Mitsuwa is the largest Japanese grocery store in the Midwest and also known as "The Mall of Japan". Open 365 days a year! This allows them to serve everyone who is interested in high quality Japanese grocery.

Chowpatti (closed)

A family operated veggie oasis in the guise of a glitzy suburban restaurant. There is an eclectic menu that covers foods from around the globe, but emphasis lies on India.

Le Titi de Paris (closed)

For 30 years, gourmands, food critics, and simply those who love the cuisine at Le Titi have traveled to this gem of a restaurant. Le Titi de Paris, located in suburban Chicago, is renowned for its excellence in French cuisine and expert service.