108 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Chicago.
Huaraches Dona Chio is an excellent cash-only Mexican spot in Edgewater.
Momo World is a fantastic counter-service restaurant in University Village specializing in Nepali dumplings.
Au Cheval in the West Loop has our favorite Chicago burger, but that’s not the only great thing on the menu.
5 Rabanitos is a casual BYOB restaurant in Pilsen serving seriously great Mexican food.
A Mexican seafood celebration. Prawns so good you’ll be begging for more.
Bebu in Lincoln Park is turning into one of our favorite pizza spots in the city.
A fish shack on the South Side that everyone should visit at least once. Calumet Fisheries is a true classic.
We’d ditch all of our family and friends for a bag of seafood at The Angry Crab.
The Magna Carta Holy Grail of the brunch scene. Get involved.
Any restaurant with the words “Pie” and “Biscuit” in its name is probably a place you want to go.
Chicken Kalamata and crack fries is one of the best meals in town. Tina Fey agrees.
A rooster thunderdome full of hot dogs, Italian beefs, and chocolate cake shakes.
Gilt Bar is the rare River North spot that’s easy to get into, and also has great food. Prepare for a lot of meat, butter, and salt.
Quality BBQ exists, and you don’t need to head south. Irving Park is where it’s at.