It costs more to live in a city as large and diverse as Chicago, but these international markets help you get your money’s worth.
The sauces are volatile and the crustaceans are fresh at this Cajun-style “boiling point.”
The Spanish-focused seafood spot is a testament to virtuous simplicity.
Evanston’s Boltwood is unpredictable—and that’s not a complaint
Edgewater’s Herb wants to “redefine” Thai
Brendan Sodikoff’s High Five Ramen and the Melmans’ Ramen-San face off over noodle soup.
Joe Fish, Rosebud Restaurants’ new seafood house, is for ballers.
Downtown dim sum parlor Yum Cha is a house divided.
Tête Charcuterie is a lot more than just a temple to our culture’s insatiable flesh lust.
Ani, Arami’s younger brother, brings all-purpose Japanese to Lakeview.
Spritz Burger, the Hearty Boys’ collaboration with Gale Gand, hops on the upscale-burger bandwagon a half decade too late.
Kinmont falls short of doing great things with sustainable seafood.
Come for the bivalves at West Town’s new oyster bar, but then jump ship.
Azzura EnoTavola offers simple, soulful Italian food from the folks behind Anteprima and Bar Ombra.
The Chop Shop’s multidisciplinary butcher/bar/restaurant/performance space does a lot—and does a lot with a little.