30 "Wicker Park" Restaurants in Chicago.
Schwa, the restaurant equivalent of the most interesting man in the world. Better start working on the reservation now.
Ruxbin may not get as much press as it used to, but it's still excellent. A must hit for a quiet meal.
A Mexican seafood celebration. Prawns so good you'll be begging for more.
Mott Street, a restaurant on Ashland near Wicker Park, serves interesting, delicious Asian-influenced food.
Pub Royale is an Anglo-Indian pub serving excellent cocktails and Indian inspired food. It's a unique, delicious, and fun time.
Small Cheval, from the makers of Au Cheval. Good news, the burgers here are also great.
Piece Pizzeria is serving New Haven Style pizzas, and it's the ideal spot to hang out over pizza and beer with your friends.
Mindy's is a cool but casual Wicker Park spot good for lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch. Plan on getting a homemade hot chocolate as dessert.
En Hakkore is a quick, casual, and fresh twist on Korean food. The healthier bibimbap or sashimi-bap might make you a regular, but the paratha tacos will tempt you all the time.
There’s no denying Big Star is an anchor tenant of the Wicker Park dining scene, but that doesn't mean everyone feels the same way about it.
Publican Anker is a casual bar and restaurant in Wicker Park. Think of it as a more laid back pub version of the original Publican.
Buck’s is a bar atmosphere serving Southern food, fried chicken and biscuits in particular.
Antique Taco is a homey spot for any casual meal in Wicker Park. Definitely eat tacos and maybe even buy yourself some antique furniture.