Eris is in a remodeled Masonic temple in Old Irving Park, and it’s kept some of the old details, like exposed brick and an ominous-looking safe in the entryway. It’s a huge space that can easily fit large groups, but also isn’t bad for a date. There’s a wide variety of ciders available, plus a few beers. And the food offerings include vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free dishes - so while you can get a Polish sausage wrapped in bacon (the Hodag), you can also get a vegan roasted cauliflower steak. Not every place in Chicago could easily accommodate a mixer for vegans and bacon lovers, so consider this a crowd-pleasing utility spot.
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Raisu Japanese Fine Dining
Raisu is a casual spot in Albany Park that serves high-quality sushi.
Ixcateco is a Mexican restaurant in Irving Park that has the best of both worlds. Fine dining quality Mexican food in a laid back and BYOB setting.
Roost Carolina Kitchen
Quick, easy, and delicious Southern style fried chicken. Roost Carolina Kitchen is a great spot.
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Cindy’s has the best rooftop and views in Chicago that overlook Grant Park and Lake Michigan.
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