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Your ultimate guide to restaurants
The best restaurants and cafés in the city, from casual to smart dining
Our favorites range from old-school joints that still serve grandma's secret Sunday sauce to some of the swankiest new restaurants in Chicago.
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but when the weekend rolls around, it's all about brunch.
If variety is the spice of life, the best food halls in Chicago are hotter than a Carolina reaper pepper.
It wouldn’t be Fat Tuesday without a paczki, the yeasty, sugar-dusted Polish donut that's stuffed with sweet jelly, custard, pudding or fruit.
There's a lot to love about Paul Virant's new West Loop hot spot, which shines a spotlight on okonomiyaki.
Come spring, the James Beard Awards will once again take over the city of Chicago, doling out top honors to the country's best chefs, restaurants, bartenders...
These days, there's a festival for just about every food group, from wings and pizza to doughnuts and ramen. This spring, the folks behind Baconfest are...
You can take the adult version of "kid in a candy store" to the next level at Eataly's annual SpringFest—a one-night, all-inclusive extravaganza hosted on...
The most amazing omakase experiences in Chicago are known for their intimate tasting counters and high-end sushi, but the latest newcomer to the scene...
Futuristic family the Jetsons might be jealous of the technology being employed inside Hayden Hall, Chicago's newest food hall from DMK restaurant group (Ada...
Finally, a West Loop hotspot that doesn’t break the bank. Chef Paul Virant’s thoughtful take on okonomiyaki is complexly flavored and wholly satisfying.
Carlos Gáytan’s ambitious comeback restaurant channels his roots in Huitzuco, Mexico, with bold, heartfelt and unfailingly delicious results.
This pan-Mediterranean tapas spot in Logan Square aims to please with an array of dishes from land and sea—and it mostly succeeds.
Serving mouth-watering pastries and wholesome, scratch-made sandwiches, Butterdough is the neighborhood bakery that every community deserves.
Tour the distillery and taste Koval's organic whiskey and liquers for just $16
Make reservations at this American restaurant in River North today
Spend $11 and get two well drinks and $10 in tokens when you book with Time Out
You must order the bacon-wrapped dates at this Mediterranean eatery
Sink your teeth into these awesomely inexpensive culinary delights.
Trying them all is a rite of passge that should top your list bucket list of things to do in Chicago.
When it comes to dining out, we are positively spoiled.
The best brunches in Chicago are two things: a chance to replenish and a mandatory social experience.
We've got classic diner patties and loaded stacks on deck.
Chicago is a relaxed town, and that attitude extends to the fine dining scene.