A tale of short rib waffle fry nachos, a bonafide Iron Chef burger, truffled mac & cheese, and of course, cotton candy. The Rock n Roll Chef would not have it any other way.
Whether you prefer a streamlined order-at-the-counter bite, or a full service meal, we’re here to give you what you want. With a focus on fresh, housemade, and locally minded dishes, Doc B’s also offers an extensive craft beer, wine and spirits selection. We cook for people who appreciate a great meal prepared by great people. An extension of your own kitchen- it’s who we are.
Hoosier Mama Pie Company opened its second location near the end of 2013, featuring coffee and pies considered among the best in Chicago. They’re pricey and seating is sparse here, but the airy open space and the savory and sweet options are comforting and delicious.
Ferris & Jack is a new downtown Chicago Restaurant located on the ground floor of the MileNorth Hotel. This Magnificent Mile restaurant features deep, feel-good Midwestern roots with delicious versions of the region’s favorite comfort foods.
Gene’s famous life-size sculpture of a cow which dominates the outdoor sign welcomes Gene’s Sausage Shop customers to its 20,000 square feet of 40 types of smoked sausages, fresh meats, prepared foods and European imported specialties. The artisan handmade sausages are made fresh on-premise every day by traditional sausage-makers from Europe, and fresh meat is served up the old-fashion way, cut straight out of the meat cooler by trained butchers.
Girl & the Goat has been serving fun foods, craft beers, and making wine in a rustic environment since summer 2010. The Goat’s menu is divided into three categories: Vegetable, Fish, and of course Meat–while vegetable, fish, or meat are respectively the main stars of their categories, there are crossovers in each area so you’ll get a little bit of everything. Bread is baked daily, and there are always new creations on the menu.
Serving high-end brunch dishes in a trendy but cozy setting, Hashbrowns is the latest addition to University Village’s cutest restaurants. West Side residents will particularly enjoy the specialty omelets, which are named after local streets and neighborhoods
Come to the Ukrainian Village for this Eastern European-inspired restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner – and includes an amazing caviar bar that’s the first in Chicago.