107 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Chicago.
A fish shack on the South Side that everyone should visit at least once. Calumet Fisheries is a true classic.
Excellent sushi in an unlikely spot. This tiny restaurant at the bottom of the Hilton hotel on Mies van der Rohe Way street is worth a trip for any real sushi fan.
Any restaurant with the words "Pie" and "Biscuit" in its name is probably a place you want to go.
Funky, fresh, and delicious. Big & little's is one of the best and most interesting restaurants you can eat at.
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.
Baker Miller is a Lincoln Square bakery and cafe that mills their own flour. They make great savory and sweet items.
PQM is an excellent little cafe. We only wish it stayed open later.
Birrieria Zaragoza - goat taco capital of Chicago. Seriously, if you consider yourself a taco aficionado then you need to try this place.
Crisp is one of Chicago's best wing spots, and it's all about the Seoul Sassy jumbo wings here. Get them delivered or pop in for a quick bite.
Income Tax is a restaurant and wine bar in Edgewater serving excellent upscale small plates.
Cafe Marie-Jeanne is an all-day French cafe in Humboldt Park with a cozy, neighborhood feel.
3 Greens Market has a lot going on: Small Cheval burgers, Dillman's pastrami, salad bar, coffee, booze, and ping pong. Feel free to hang out.