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Logan Square »

No-frills food, efficient service and charm define these neighborhood fixtures.

West Town »

DMK Restaurants' "company clubhouse" proved to be so cool it's being thrown open to the public.

Lincoln Park »

Gary Weber said he's not a "supertaster," but a "superdrinker. You only learn from what you've had."

Lincoln Square »

Just launched in Chicago, the business helps buffets sell food that would otherwise get tossed.

West Loop »

Get your fill of Hong Kong egg waffles, Laotian baked eggs and more at the Nov. 6 event.

Wicker Park »

A handful of shops and restaurants started stocking the company's first four products a few weeks ago.

Downtown »

Thinking of popping the question at one of Chicago's most romantic restaurants? Read this first.

Wrigleyville »

What began as a 24-seat coffee house has evolved into two restaurants, a farm, brewery and music venue.

Downtown »

It's hard to believe, but there was a time when pizza in Chicago was a novelty.

Downtown »

The Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection found there was no law against corkage fees.

Streeterville »

We've also got the (kind of) hidden way to find the rest of M Burger's decadent secret menu. Shhhh! 

Downtown »

Simple food, decent prices and stellar neon signs — that's what these eateries seem to have in common.

North Center »

The "Strange Famous" burger at The Bad Apple is named for indie hip-hop star Sage Francis.

River North »

BURGER MONTH: The $16 burger satisfies what chef Amanda Downing calls a yearning for the holiday meal.