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Azul Mariscos

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This seafood restaurant is right along the Chicago River in Goose Island, and the food is Latin-inspired. This means the menu is full of things like lobster empanadas, tacos, shrimp aguachile, and seafood towers. And you go to Azul Mariscos when you’re in the mood for the kind of spot that has a live DJ, bottle service, a patio on the water, and gives you the option to order cocktails for the table in $150 clay pots. Is it Miami? No, but it doesn’t feel like Chicago either.

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