38 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Chicago.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Nha Hang Vietnam is a casual spot in Uptown known for its southern Vietnamese family-style dinners.
DaNang Kitchen on West Argyle specializes in central Vietnamese food, including one of our favorite dishes - mì quảng.
Cafe Hoang on Argyle is our favorite place to go in the neighborhood - and maybe all of Chicago - for bún bò Huế.
Panadería Nuevo Leon in Pilsen has tons of great sweet treats, including a variety of vegan options.
Pie, Pie My Darling is a vegan bakery in Humboldt Park with great pies, cookies, and cake jars.
Eméché in Bronzeville has a full breakfast menu and plenty of great pastries, along with numerous vegan options as well.
Don Churro in Pilsen makes arguably the best churros in Chicago, including a few great vegan varieties.
Bot Bakery is a vegan and gluten-free bakery that we’re big fans of. Make sure to try the cinnamon buns.
Located in The Hatchery, Bartleby’s makes - you guessed it - ice cream cakes, including vegan options.
Alliance Bakery in Wicker Park has lots of good stuff, including a fantastic vegan cupcake.
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.
RJ Grunts is an American restaurant in Lincoln Park with a gigantic salad bar.