Grab french onion crema and bacon and breadcrumb topped mac at Bandit.
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Grab traditional Peruvian dishes with fusion plates at Cabra.
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The Smith restaurant is already a favorite among DC and New York foodies, and their newest location in Chicago’s River North area is bound to be another hit. The Smith takes great care in working with local purveyors wherever they set up shop to ensure their chefs use the freshest ingredients. That means a menu specific to Chicago, but with the same signature quality that The Smith is known for.
Try a variety of beers, pulled pork, and pork belly barbecue.
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Of all of the things to celebrate about the great city of Chicago, the food scene might be the most exciting. From the original deep-dish pizza to ethnically diverse eats and up-and-coming chefs, Chicago has it all. Revel in all that delicious cuisine with a Chicago Food Planet Food Tour. They have five unique adventures planned so that you…
If you went out to dinner in Japan, you’d probably see teishoku meals on the menu. The term “teishoku” refers to a homestyle meal composed of a few different dishes, all served at the same time — similar to a bento box, but without the box. At the newly opened Mr. Maki, you can always taste-test a few different bites with your very own teishoku “set.”
Find authentic Korean-style barbecue at Iron Age Korean Steakhouse.