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Wrigleyville’s Flip Sigi serves casual Filipino fusion food with suggestive names that sound like poor attempts at flirting—asking for a “F.U.C. Me” is pretty forward for a first meeting. Like its NYC and Jersey City locations, this colorful BYOB spot takes Filipino flavors and packages them as tacos and burgers. Get the shredded chicken adobo tacos with a refreshing vinegar dipping sauce or the Plan B-rito. This collage of flavor defies the laws of physics and stuffs a single flour tortilla with sweet longanisa, spam, bacon, crispy hash browns, eggs, and avocado. Though the menu names might sound silly, Flip Sigi is a serious contender for a quick bite in the area.

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