35 "Kids" restaurants in Chicago.
You say your kid is well-behaved, but what you mean is mostly well-behaved. And that’s all right, because we’ve found restaurants that can handle an occasional tantrum. These spots are casual, friendly, and won’t treat you like a pariah if someone at your table throws some spaghetti at the waiter.
The Region is a counter service spot in Roscoe Village with excellent (and ugly) burgers.
La Unica is a grocery store in Rogers Park with great Latin American food.
Sweet Pepper is a counter service Venezuelan spot with great arepas and fried sweet plantains.
Budacki’s is a hot dog stand in Ravenswood that also serves Crisp’s korean chicken wings.
Sweet Virginia’s Kitchen is a small spot in Ravenswood that’s great for a casual weekend breakfast.
Tortello is a pricey Italian counter-service spot in Wicker Park with perfectly fine pasta.
Pretty Cool is a charming ice cream shop in Logan Square serving creative and delicious popsicles.
Frasca is a neighborhood staple that's great for families, serving pizza and pasta.
Taste Of Szechuan is Chinese restaurant in Chinatown specializing in Szechuan food.
The Smith is a chain restaurant from New York. It’s a good place to get together when food isn’t the most important aspect of the night.
Spinning J is an excellent bakery and soda fountain in Humboldt Park that has housemade sodas, fresh baked pies, and sandwiches.
La Chaparrita is a taqueria in a grocery store in Little Village with outstanding tacos.