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Restaurants, Latin American Loop
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Photograph: Lee Williams Custom Photography

Time Out says

Whether you're looking for tacos or sushi, this sprawling Latin street food cafeteria from chef Richard Sandoval has a little something for everyone. Located on the third floor of Block 37, the space hosts 10 different kitchens that specialize in grilled meats, salads, fresh seafood, burgers, soups and beyond. Plus, the space is equipped with a full bar and a coffee shop, providing sips all day. 



Address: 108 N State St
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am–3pm
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4 out of 5 stars

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I love food halls! Latinicity is definitely one of the few ones in Chicago. If you love latin food, this is the place to be! It actually isn't as big as I thought it was but it has more than enough options.  It is located inside the mall.


The food is really good but was surprised by the "American dishes" on the menu. I was expecting more Latin choices than anything. But again I will say they food was delicious, especially the tacos my husband and I shared. The staff was very friendly and the food delivery was prompt. I also love that they are located on state street, so after the hard shopping a bite to eat is a few steps away.

This is far from authentic Latin food. There are plenty of choices, including hamburgers...?

This Hispanic food has been processed and watered down to appease tourists who have never eaten authentic food.

It's fine if you're a tourist or if you're shopping in the area, but it is certainly not a destination.